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4 5

This tire works really well for my riding style and conditions. I'm a fairly aggressive rider that tends to carry to much speed into corners. I've ridden this tire in Northern Colorado and Souther Wyoming on all sorts of trail from loose shale to hard pack to gravel over hard pack and it has served me well. I run them tubeless with Stan's tire Sealant, which WTB doesn't recommend but I haven't had any issues and only one flat.

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5 5

I could care less if Lance has anything to do with these, I'd stab him to get one. A Honey Stinger waffle and a cup of coffee make the best on the go breakfast ever. They're pretty easy to eat on the bike, especially now that they've added a slit to the wrapper making it easy to tear open. You should eat these.

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4 5

Maybe I had a bad glove year or something, but these are the only pair out of 4 that didn't shred within three rides. These fit great, even over my sausage fingers. The seams are well placed and don't chafe at all. I definitely recommend trying these. Plus Jett is from my hometown, so show 'em some love.

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5 5

I love this jacket, it sheds water like a greased duck and it vents well. The stretch cuffs are a little weird, but easily removable. It fits amazing on the bike, the front is short enough to not bunch and the tail keeps my whole butt covered. The hoods fits around a helmet and is super adjustable. I'm 6ft and 200lbs and the large is big enough to wear a thin layer underneath. This jacket is possibly the best rain jacket I've ever worn.

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2 5

I've had 2 pairs and on each I knocked the outer body into a rock and it bent the cage and spindle, making it very hard to unclip and impossible to clip back in. I went to Time Z pedals and won't buy these again. There are better options if you want a large platform and clipless ability.

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5 5

The greatest pedal ever. Light, strong, serviceable and adjustable. I do not condone riding muddy trails, but if you're going to, these will clear mud like you wouldn't believe. Fantastic for cross, commuting or mountain biking. Time pedals have replaced all of my shimano spd and crank bros pedals. I have ATACs on my XC and FS trail bike, and the cheaper Alums on my commuter. I broke a Time Alum by smashing it really hard into a rock a couple of times over a couple of years, and Time sent me a brand new pedal. I love them.

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the bottom bracket works for both 68 and 73mm shells, and comes with a 5mm spacer (the silver ring in the above pic) to adapt it back and forth. If the bottom bracket is looking longer on the drive side, then remove the spacer, but if it is looking longer on the non-drive side the spacer needs to be in-between the frame and bottom bracket. Hope that helps.

4 5

Let me be clear in saying I don't wear these if I'm going to seriously hit the trails. They're perfect for the ride to work/school/bar, great for a quick trail hit afterwards, jim-dandy a for session at the jumps/pump track, and I love 'em for daily wearing. They fit me great, a little baggier than the humvee or singletrack. They're made of nylon but it's been brushed really heavy so it feels like light canvas. I don't carry a lot in my pockets, so the lack of belt loops doesn't bother me, and the adjustable tabs hold them up just fine.
I normally wear 35-36 inch pants and the large fits great.

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1 5

The replaceable plates sound like a good idea, until they decide to replace themselves in the middle of a trail. The bearings are horrible and horrible to try and overhaul if you don't strip the spindle in the first place. Over a decade in shops and these are in top of the worst pedals I've ever seen. Go buy some Atomlabs or DMRs instead.

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