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5 5

Really, never leave home without them. In this world of carbon bikes, wheels, and superlight blah, these tire levers might separate you from getting home for dinner time instead of sitting on the side of the road waiting for a car ride home. Also, there cheap as dirt. Buy a few.

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5 5

When you want your car to have that glistening appearance, you add a coat of wax. For your indoor environment, your carpet (or at least your significant other) would appreciate not getting hosed with bunch of sweat from your Spinerval or Carmichael training DVD workout. Save the trouble of both cleaning the carpet and making amends with that special someone and put this piece of wonderful plastic on the ground. I have one that I use for my training mat when I need to during the winter. When it is not being used as a sweat collector, I use it under my bike and Ultimate Pro (found here on Backcountry) repair stand. Those flecks of black grease have no where to go with this mat under your bike.

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4 5

If you want to ride indoors while another winter snow storm arrives from the Rockies, look no further than the riser block. Sure, you might not get altitude sick with this piece of plastic, but you will enjoy not using the usual stack of telephone books that seem to move every direction that you don't want them to move. It is stable and sturdy (and cheap).

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4 5

This trainer is great if you want to have the "road feel." Just remember you need to have some motivation when you on ever on the trainer. Otherwise, you merely pedal and don't get that good of a workout. The customer support from CycleOps is great. With most fluid trainers, the fluid resistance unit will probably leak at some point. The people at CycleOps are awesome with troubleshooting the problems and/or replacing the units. The training DVD will help you keep your attention to detail while you receive another 8 inches of snow from a Canadian low pressure front. Kudos.

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5 5

Think about how the family dog's eyes light up when you give them a doggie treat. That is what your chain will be doing when you apply this lube to it! It goes on easy and keeps everything running as smooth as an ice skating ring after the Zamboni at the end of the 1st period of a hockey game.

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5 5

I have been a bike mechanic for three years and have used many different types of repair stands. Since I live in an apartment, I cannot purchase a bolt-in-the-ground, type 100% secure stand; however, with the ultimate pro stand, I need not even look into any other type of stand. The wide base keeps things from tipping over. To make sure, I just tossed a few 10 lbs bags of beans on two of the legs, and I need not worry about anything moving. The clamp is 100% secure. The stand is compact and light enough to be hauled to any bike race or other cycling/tri event. I purchased mine when it was on sale and then I used a 20% off coupon from backcountry.com. You cannot beat that type of deal anywhere! Oh yes, and there was free UPS shipping as well.

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