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4 5

The fact that this light puts out 350 lumens, charges on usb and doesn't need a separate battery is pretty sweet. This makes it perfect for throwing on your bike when popping out on errands and can't leave $100 of light sitting outside (aka: bar trips) but you still don't want to get mowed down by cars. I just pop the whole unit off and throw it in my pocket, then toss it back on when it's time to ride.
My only complaint is that there is enough play in the mount that when riding on pretty bumpy roads the beam doesn't stick in one place. But couple this with a decent helmet mounted light and this doesn't really matter much.

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5 5

I've used the older and lower power version of this light for commuting for several years and I am a huge fan of this light. But in the last few years NiteRider has been making these things cheaper and better (more lumens and less $$?!). If you are looking for version that comes with the all the bits to mount to your helmet mount, you're looking for the 350 plus.

Pros:
It's very low profile on the handle bars, so your chance of smacking it on things (other bikes in the bike cage at work) is reduced.
The battery is quick and easy to remove or change mount position. Increasing the chances that you'll remember to pull it off the bike and charge it at home.
The mount is pretty much flush to the handlebar so you don't get quite as much jiggle in the beam when riding down war torn streets as you do with some of the more bulky mounts.

cons:
It's not as easy to pull the light on and off the bike. So for my bar bike (read: leaving my bike outside of sketchy dive bars) I've swapped to use something with a quick release mount.

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5 5

Bought the Malibu blue version of these. I run 3-5 miles a few times a week on mixed terrain, from dry trails with ups and downs to cement and grass city runs to treadmills at the gym. I only use these right now, and they are fabulous. No blisters ever, good enough support, light weight, beautiful color, and feel right as soon as you put them on. I've worn them about 6 months and I am lining up to buy another pair soon. If you are ONLY a trail runner and need more traction and support - I would consider buying something a bit more rugged since it might hold up better and give you more grip. But for mixed use and consistent working out - these are working perfect.

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5 5

I am 130lbs, 5'4.5", bought M, and have tried to fit into the tiny bike shorts that have the unforgiving fabric before, and the ones that run really really small and make me have to buy size L, even had some shorts split open while I try to pull them on mid-ride. :( These are NOT like that! Yay! :) These run true to size (I normally wear a 4 or 6 pant), the fabric is light and stretchy and dries quickly, pull on really easily even when sweaty, and they still hold their shape and fit my butt and thighs nicely. The length is perfect - hitting mid thigh (not too short or too long). The padding is adequate as far as I know - my problem is that my bike seat is terrible, so I might not be the best reviewer. The padding has good distribution and isn't too terrible to walk in. The waist band is really comfortable, coming up a bit higher in back. Overall - best shorts I've ever had! Great in hot weather.

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4 5

As people have mentioned before, this is a delicious cookie. It's awesome to have some substance when out playing rather then pounding packeted goo. And if you are reading these reviews you can pretty much tell all of BC.com is hooked on honey stingers.
But I've found that when temperatures get too cold they turn from tasty honey filled biscuits into two pieces of cardboard sandwiched together. So when out skiing stick to the honey stinger chews.

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5 5

This is the only helmet that I have ever forgotten that I was wearing. I actually turned around when starting a ride to go find my helmet before a friend reminded me, with an appropriate amount of mockery, that it was on my head. Plus I can adjust the snugness of it while wearing winter gloves which is key when you need to swap ear covers for a full head cover quickly.

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