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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.

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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.

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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.

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