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Cameron C

Cameron C

Snowbasin, Pineview Reservoir, Shredder Lake, Zion N P, Moab, Bearclaw Poppy, Yosemite N P, Alta, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Lake Powell, Banff

Cameron C's Bio

Utah is a boomerang. I leave but I always come back. I've lived in Germany, South Texas, California, Boston, and West Pennsylvania but have always called Utah my home. I love to travel. In fact, I learned of steepandcheap.com and made my first purchase from the famous ODAT site while vacationing on the Caribbean island of Dominica. My travels usually are based around outdoor recreation and exploration. I've worked in the ski industry for 5 years now and am super pumped to be a gearhead!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on February 6, 2015

5 5

Background: I don't have an extensive mountain bike resume. I purchased my first real mountain bike a few years ago. It was a Santa Cruz Tallboy LT. I bought it cause I've been riding a road bike for a few years and the 29" wheel and big travel intrigued me. Long story short, I didn't like the bike. I sold it 6 months after I purchased it.

I was looking for a one-quiver bike that would allow me to enjoy most of my local trails. A bike that could climb well, cruise on the flats, and put a smile on my face on the descent. A bike that even a novice like me could control . A bike that could take steep, sharp hairpins. I determined the Bronson was what I was looking for.

I pulled the trigger on the Bronson and I have absolutely no regrets. I love the bike. For me, it's a dream. The big thing for me is that it 's enjoyable to ride. It has a nice Lay-Z boy geometry for easy handling. The 150mm travel is nice for rolling over just about anything in your way.

If you're looking for an all-around mountain bike that you will look forward to riding, I recommend the Bronson!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on September 26, 2014

2 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I bought this jersey to go along with my backcountry.com bibs (http://www.backcountry.com/louis-garneau-elite-power-backcountry-mtb-team-bib-shorts-mens).

I purchased a L because the other backcountry.com jersey was too small in a medium. The Large in this jersey was way too big. I have t-shirts that are tighter than this jersey. The jersey was baggy. My arms didn't fill up the sleeves at all. If I were a body builder I would have been fine.

The quality and workmanship of the jersey is fine but I sent mine back because it didn't fit me. I'm 6'1" 180 lbs.

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on July 21, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is the best tool I've purchased. It has everything I've ever needed in one sleek, compact design. Having this with me gives me the peace of mind that I can fix anything on my bike on the go.

Bottom line: I feel like MacGuyver with Duct Tape when I have this tool in tow.

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on June 10, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A customer wrote in with this review:

This pack is the perfect size for your normal everyday 2-3 hour ride. It carries a multi-tool, tire levers, a tube, and a pump (fits my Lezyne Mini Floor Pump). I can also stuff a few granola bars and my G-Form knee pads in there. All of this fits with a full 2L of water. There's also a sunglasses pocket that can carry an extra pair of glasses, a lens wipe, and your phone. It carries well and feels like nothing on your back when ripping down your favorite singletrack.I've definitely crashed a few times through some pretty rugged terrain and this pack has faired much better than my body. I still can't find any visible damage. Quite durable material.For all day rides when I want more water, first aid, a full lunch and weather protection, or when I'm carrying real armor and/or a full face, I use the Dakine Nomad pack.I'd give this product 5 stars, except the hydration nozzle on all Dakine packs suck. They snap off too easily, and while they can be put back on relatively easily, they tend to drip afterwards. You won't really lose any water, but your thigh might be little wet by the end of the ride. I haven't figured out how to put it back on in a way where it won't leak like this.

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Cameron Cposted an image about on May 13, 2014

Snazzy Brain Bucket

I wear this helmet for 90% of my mountain biking. It's my go-to for trails and XC. It's very light and comfortable.

I've had mine for two years and have never had a problem with it. After several hours of riding the helmet never irritates or feels heavy, even in the middle of the summer on a hot trail.

Get out and feel more comfortable in the Xar! Feel free to chat or call - ext. 4490. I'd love to talk more about the Xar!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on July 16, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This little floaty has saved my GoPro from the depths of the murky lake several times. I love that it's bright orange because it's so easy to find. My user tip of the day is to set up your GoPro (on whichever mount you use) and see if it will float. It floats just fine with a head strap. I've attached two extenders to it and it will sink. There are a few GoPros on the bottom of lakes or oceans with this floaty on them because the floaty isn't strong enough to float more than just the camera.

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on July 16, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

My brother loves to film and take pictures. Before he had his own GoPro he would miss a first chair because he had to run across town to grab a GoPro from a friend. I bought him the original HD a couple of years ago for his birthday. The Hero3 came out and we decided to upgrade. He geeks out about electronics and was itching to try this out. I've used it a few times and am very impressed with the quality of the video. The images are sharper than the old GoPros. Straight lines actually appear straight. It's not the most intuitive camera on the market, but I noticed improvement in that area.

The app isn't as powerful as I had hoped. I've used it waterskiing and even at 22 off (53 feet behind the boat) the rider in the boat can't control the camera from their phone. It's not an inconvenience to me but I thought I would share the info.

This camera has so many bells and whistles and I haven't had a chance to try them all out. Overall we love the camera more than we did our Hero HD.

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on July 16, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This happens to be GoPros best-selling accessory and for good reason: It's the best and most versatile. It's easy to wear and it gives the camera a good filming location.

I have mounted my bike light to it for winter night skiing. My bike light has about 1,000 lumens and it looks like a beam of light coming out of my chest (think Bumble Bee on Transformers or Iron Man).

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on July 16, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had these for a couple of years now. They are super comfortable and my favorite go-to shoe. My only problem with them is I quickly retired them from running (not that I'm a huge runner) because the rubber on the sole was wearing out. Other than that, I would recommend these shoes.

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on July 14, 2013

4 5

As far as taste and texture goes, nothing beats these energy chews. They give you an energy kick when you need it. My only complaint is the nutrition facts. I wish they had more calories. When I'm on a long bike ride I like a lot of calories to fuel my travel. For the long rides I'll stick with my ShotBloks, but for short rides, skiing, snowshoeing, and running, I'll use these!

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