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I haven't crash-tested them yet, but these elbow pads stay in place and aren't uncomfortable at all. They fit just fine under a 3/4 sleeve Endura Burner jersey. They're light, so if I were a dedicated gravity rider I might look for something heavier, but for trail riding they're exactly what I was looking for. To be fair, these are my 1st pair of hard pads- I have 661 Evos that never stay put, and don't really give much of a feeling of confidence.
I switched from a Specialized Phenom (143mm) to the Lynx DT b/c I was looking for a saddle with a rounded tail. I got tired of my shorts hanging up on the Phenom, but I still wanted a firmer, no-nonsense saddle. I wondered if I'd miss the width of the Phenom, which had after all been fitted to me via my LBS' butt-o-meter, but no worries.
The Lynx has a really wide and well-padded nose. This is awesome for steep climbs when you're perched on the end of the saddle.
And it looks cool.
Chromag makes some really sweet gear. The finish is awesome. My previous bars were 710mm, and I'm really digging the extra width of a 760mm bar.
Black Chrome Fubars OSX on my WFO.
I haven't compared it first-hand to the Pedros or Cutter Y-wrenches, but it's solid enough for me. I chose it largely for the ball driver, which I find really useful. It's a lot stronger than the allen keys on my multi-tool, so this lives in my Camebak.