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5 5

I have this on my SS 29er, and it's absolutely perfect. Unlike a leather Brooks, I don't have to worry about mud, rain, or anything else. The best part, though, is the already-broken-in aspect of this saddle. Instead of riding a rigid leather saddle for a few thousand miles until it's perfect, the Cambium comes out of the box perfect. It definitely takes the edge off medium-sized bumps that tire volume alone won't swallow on a hardtail, and it's just as comfortable as can be. It's heavy, to be sure, but I'm happy to trade comfort for weight when it comes to saddles.

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5 5

I've had one of these since CB came out with them, and have carried it with me on every ride. I finally got a multi-10 for the road bike because the 17 felt like overkill, but I picked up an additional 17 tool for my wife when she started riding mountain bikes. It's durable, well-designed, and has everything you need to fix just about any mechanical problem.

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4 5

I'm not sure what Fizik changed between their first batch of shoes, and the ones they're currently making, but the M3 fits significantly smaller than my R3s (which are absolutely perfect). I tried riding them for a couple months, but they simply aren't big enough, and 48 is as big as they go. They're a fantastic shoe in every other way, but if you bought a first-gen Fizik shoe and are planning on getting another, I'd size up a half-size. The early ones were on par with a Shimano fit, I think, and these seem more in line with the other Italian brands.

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5 5

I've been using one of these pumps for about four years now --it's the original version, with the bamboo handle. There's simply nothing better out there. The convenience of being able to use CO2, but also pump when necessary is unbeatable. To have it all in a relatively small package just sweetens the deal. The valve-engagement is spot on, and has never failed me, and the barrel acquires a nice worn-in patina over time. The bamboo handle is starting to crack a bit from sweat and water (likely why they switched to plastic for this piece), but is still perfectly functional. I use it for both mountain and road tires. The size of your CO2 canister will determine its effectiveness for the tire you're fixing, but a couple flats will help you develop a bit of a routine. I typically get the new tube inserted and the tire remounted, pump until I don't feel like pumping anymore, then blast with CO2. I usually end up bleeding a little off at this point, but it's better than trying to make a mini-pump deal with 105psi or 2.4-inch 29er tires. You won't regret it.

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5 5

I have a couple of these and love them. The lid seals very well, and I've never had it leak whatsorever. I was concerned at first about the lack of a full-closing top, but I haven't had any trouble keeping coffee in it --just can't throw it in a backpack.

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5 5

This stuff is great. The chocolate flavor, in particular, is really nice. I typically loathe chocolate-flavored nutrition shakes because they mostly suck, but this blends really nicely in just a shaker bottle, and has a tolerable consistency. I like the number of vitamins and minerals and the relatively low calorie count in a single serving.

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5 5

Smooth, light consistency, and solid protection. I've used Assos, DZnuts, Doc's, Mad Alchemy, and a handful of others with generally good results. This stuff seems just as good, if not better than most, and doesn't have anything more than a light, lotion-esque smell to it. The light consistency means it goes on really easily, and the jar has a secondary cap built into it to keep the cream from getting on the lid, which is a nice touch I didn't know I needed until it was there.

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5 5

And doesn't cost you an arm and a leg to replace when it finally goes. Wish there were a PF30 model available, but Shimano's not generally known for jumping on the latest trends.

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5 5

95% of XTR for half the price? Sign me up. An adjustable (yes, adjustable, just doesn't come with the wrench in it) clutch to prevent chain slap? Even better. I've run XT derailleurs for years and never had any trouble whatsoever. That'll keep me coming back.

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