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4 5

Great handlebar, waaaay wide. If mashing DH is your thing and narrow single track isn't, check these out. You can always cut them down but I think the stock width is perfect. They are a decent bargain and perform well. The paint is a little thin and scratches fairly easily but other then that they are good.

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5 5

Update: The M9 has been taking punishment all Spring and now into the Summer. I've VERY impressed with the build quality of both the bike and components that came on it. If you are looking for a bike that loves blitzing down the trail like a freight train, this is the bike for you. Cant say enough great things about how this bike elevates your game. After riding it for a month I now have a banging girlfriend, amazing job, my muscles grew to twice there normal size and I won the lottery. Long story short, buy the M9.. it will change your life.

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5 5

Great knee pads that do the job. They are super tough an take punishment well. I go down fairly frequently and these babies keep my knees from looking like hamburger. The pre-curved fit is great and I don't mind putting them on before heading out to ride. These can get a little warm in the summer but not unbareable. I have rocked the LTD Lopes, Alpinestars Moab and by far these are the best I have used. Be aware that you have zero shin protection. My shins are frequently scabbed from wadding up but its not enough to keep me from wearing these.

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2 5

Not stoked on the Fox Incline Gloves. The gloves developed a hole near the thumb after the first weekend of use. The material is super thin which is great for Summer riding but bad for durability. I left the gloves at the local pizza joint on accident but decided not to turn around and get them. That gives you an idea of how little I was impressed with them. The Fox Dirt Paws are great and I've enjoyed them for years... The Incline on the other hand is disposable.

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4 5

I have both these and the soft foam padded shorts from Alpinestars. The MTB Bionic give a significant amount of protection and feel like they will protect me well the next time I take a digger. The mesh is super breathable so getting swamp butt while riding is probably not a concern. The only grip I have about the shorts is the tail bone protection. Its a little to hard and sometimes is noticeable while in the saddle pedaling. Other then that one gripe, the shorts are great and are an example of the quality products Alpinestars produces.

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5 5

Great product that's easy to use and small enough to slip into your pocket unnoticed. Perfect for a late night ride home from the bar or early ride to work. Its not a light you should use to do actual MTB riding but a light that will get you home in a pinch. Its significantly better then no light but nothing close to having a purpose built riding light. Hope that helps!

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3 5

I've been impressed by the majority of products made by Alpinestars but this one just didn't make the cut for me. The brace seems to be functional, is aggressively priced and looks great but the overall build quality was lacking. The parts felt cheap and the stickers were coming off the brace right out of the box…. My only major complaint is how the brace connects under your chin. The closure is awkward and difficult when in use. I don’t think this brace is a poor product, just not what I was expecting. I will continue to use my Leatt.

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