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I have raced three time in this tri top thus far. I really like it. I don't know if it is worth it for a sprint distance tri (I would opt for no top). The fabric glides well in H20 and dries within the first few minutes on the bike. The white back panels are good for keeping the heat off your back on your ride.
My only gripe would be that it is a little too constrictive when you are upright and running in it. However, it has a long zipper that allows you to get it as loose as you want on the run.
Overall I think this top is well made and defiantly worth the price.
It was with sadness that I climbed back on to my feet yesterday after a fall; not from the blood on my leg, nor oncoming strawberry that I could feel forming on my left thigh. It was because my favorite pair of bibs now sported a dollar coin sized hole on the left side. These bibs are great. I had the 2010 version. The pad could be a little thicker, but overall the bibs fit well and felt like a second skin. I and 6'1" and 153lbs...I bought the mediums.
Got these today. They don't have a zipper as stated. I wonderd what made them cheaper than the 35$ pair.
Basically stole these from Bonktown.com for ten bucks. Good set of socks. Breathe very well.
My first pair of bibs and first Castelli bottoms. 155lbs, 6'1" bought the Mediums and they fit perfect. Longest time in the saddle with them so far is 1.5 hrs. Chamois looks a little on the thin side, but did the job well. Hight of bibs in the front works well even with a short euro jersey. My biggest qualm with these is that some seams are flat-locked and some aren't. One particularly bothersome seem runs right up the back. Overall great buy for less than $60.
Anyone know what kind of lumens this thing puts out? Website doesn't list it.
So, the title here says Super Joe 2 Bike Mount...but the picture shows a three bike mount? Disconnect?
Does anyone know how long these burn?