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5 5

I love tall socks while cross racing, everyday riding and mountain biking. I guess I just like tall socks... Any way, the HighTower socks are great quality and are pretty tall, so if you have legs that resemble those of a bulldog, they might be thigh highs on you (just kidding). They definitely reach right below the knee, making them great for wearing when riding in knickers or adding a bit of warmth to your lower leg during a cold cross race.

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5 5

If you are wanting a comfortable pair of shorts to ride to work in or around town during the summer, these are definitely the jam. The oil blue looks pretty bright in the photo but in person is more muted. I wear a 30 and the 30 fits, but my boyfriend has thighs like a Keirin racer, so the waist is a little big but the thighs fit. Be weary if you rival Chris Hoy with your thigh mass.

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5 5

There are lots of stainless steel cages out there. Hell, I'm sure your LBS sells $8 cages that might hold your bottle well, but add about as much steez to your ride as your tassles do. If you bothered to spend a chunk of change on a new bike, your water bottles better add to your build, not take away from it, which is why the Arundel Stainless Steel cages are a perfect option. Classy, stainless, and worth every penny.

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5 5

The Chrono was outlawed by the UCI ages ago, but when you are taking your road bike on a wine tour, the only governing body is your conscience. The carbon Chrono cage is light weight and stylish, so you never have to hem and haw over extra grams your stainless cage has and worry about them holding you back as you teeter up the hills in Sonoma, your mind a little glazed over from "tasting" too many wines. Was it the Chardonnay or the Sauvignon Blanc that set you over the edge? Were those hints of lavender or rose? As you reach for your Chrono water bottle to refresh your palette you can rest assured you'll find it securely held in it's cage.

If you are just a Triathlete looking to save a few grams, it does alright too.

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4 5

I won this bag in an ally cat and was so stoked about it. The two front pockets hold everything from a few bananas to your U-lock and small daily necessities. The main compartments is slim, it should be said. If you want to put more than a change of clothes, a pair of shoes, or just a computer, it is going to be a bit tight. The only thing I don't like about this pack is the fit. I'm a tiny shouldered, small torso female, which means the straps don't fit well over my shoulders since I have to cinch the bag down so tight for it to fit. That is the only downside, everything else about it is great.

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4 5

The thing that makes these lights great is if they are stolen by some jackass at the bar, you won't care too much. The lights are reasonably water proof, bright, and will keep you visible to motorists and pedestrians as you teeter home from a night of laughs and libations.

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5 5

Chrome might be known for their incredible US made messenger bags, but their socks are worth shaking a chainwhip at. They are actually really warm and durable. Word on the street is they are made in the same factory as Defeet. Who knows if this is true, but if it is, it would explain their great quality, soft fabric, and warmth. I would definitely recommend getting your feet in a pair of these socks.

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5 5

Don't let the 'lightweight' name of this jacket fool you, it will definitely keep you warm well into the mid 30's. I've had this jacket for two winters and every time I wear it I am suprised at just how warm it is. If you plan on wearing it in 40-50 degree weather, you'll need a tank top under it. Yeah, it is that warm. Water resistance is great(it really isn't made to be waterproof) and the wind resistance is purrrrfect. I wore this jacket on a cold, rainy-ish day riding up Empire Pass and found it to be adequate for the job, with just a summer baselayer under it. I've worn it on days in the 20's with a winter jersey under it and still found it to be incredibly warm and comfortable. Get your body in this jacket, you will love it.

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3 5

I rode two different butterfly saddles for a while and came to the conclusion after my first 20+ mile ride that the only good use for this saddle is commuting. If you want a women's saddle that works great for city riding and you plan on putting it on a bike that isn't upright, you will likely love this saddle. If you plan on touring with it, I HIGHLY suggest you find a different saddle to use. Heck, shoot me an e-mail and I will personally find you a saddle that keeps your lady parts happy over the long haul. Definitely would not recommend for racing, training, or long bike tours.

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5 5

I've used a number of Terry saddles and haven't been impressed with the majority of them. The butterfly is great, if you ride about four blocks a day. But if you are wanting a saddle that works and works well on your road bike, when you plan on being in the saddle for 2-6 hours, the FLX is fantastic. I usually ride saddles with a wider channel to support the lady parts, so I was skeptical of the FLX not having one. Being that my road bike has fairly aggressive geometry, I found that a larger cutout wasn't needed since my hips are rotated fairly far forward. I've done some pretty long rides on this saddle and haven't felt any numbness or discomfort I've often felt with other saddles. the width is wide enough to support my sitbones and not feel like I've got a piece of wood between my legs. If you want a decent race saddle and don't have $200+ to drop on it, definitely check out the FLX.

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5 5

Ben said it all with being drawn to the "simple, classic lines of the steel cage". These cages hold any normal sized water bottle and look sexy on your bike. Who doesn't want a sexy bike? I have these cages on my touring bike and townie. They look great and hold the bottles well.

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5 5

When I built up my Ridley Excalibur I was doing such a lightweight build that I opted for the PDW bird cages because I didn't give two shits about the weight and I LOVE the design. I've since put these on two different bikes and have them in both black and silver. They are classy looking and hold the bottle securely. Plus, they are eye catching.

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5 5

I'm not a huge chamois creme fan. Most of the time it makes my skin feel terrible after a few hours in the saddle. But Do'cs All-Natural Chamois Cream is great. It is natural, doesn't mess with the lady bits, and keeps my skin from feeling like I just ride my bike in felt underwear. Highly recommend this for anyone looking for a natural chamois cream.

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4 5

I got this jersey from a friend as a present. I don't typically wear sleeveless jersey's but since I needed to get a tan, I wasn't going to complain. The fabric is soft and doesn't itch or feel awkward against the skin. I thought the jersey fit was okay, but I felt like I could have used a small instead of a medium.

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5 5

I like Skratch labs hydration mix when I'm on the bike, hiking a trail, out for a run, or digging jumps in my backyard. It is damn tasty. With that being said, some times you need a little 'somethin'-something' after a ride and Skratch labs not only hydrates but lifts your spirits when mixed with tequila. Get on it for your next team party, you'll thank me later when your are sipping on Skratch-aritas.

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5 5

I always hear friends say, "Oh, I'll just grab something from Whole Foods after the ride" Hey, lazy person, get your nose in The Feedzone Cook Book and start learning how to feed yourself tasty food that you make. Chef Biju makes it easy for you to cook tasty and healthy food at home, without needing to know the difference between julianing, cubing, or dicing. So get your face in this book and start eating better. You won't regret this purchase. Promise.

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