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4 5

Finally got around to replacing my hand-me-down GXP with who knows how many miles on it, but still ran like champ. Only issue was that it made some clicking noise from time to time. But with new cranks I figured I should get a new BB and now it's super smooth and silent

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5 5

This is the second one I bought, not because my old one broke or anything, it is still just as good as when I bought after 100s of hours of being used, I just bought this one so that my roommates and I can work on more than one bike at a time. Ridiculous, you say?, Well when its three guys and 15 bikes I say one stand is not enough! Oh and I forgot to and that it folds to like nothing! I bring this everywhere my bikes goes ahahaha

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4 5

So I made a chest mount out of the display box and a couple of traps I had lying around. It worked, but the tighter I had it, the less I could breath a haha
So I broke down and bought the real deal because it stretches, so I can breathe, which is good I guess. But its stable, love the angle. I do recommend shooting in upside down mode depending the on the sport.

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4 5

Bought these because you can run them tubeless according to vittora's website.
Used the stan's cyclocross kit and was good to go.
C02 is necessary and they take a while to seal up. Hopefully vitorria will come out with a tighter bead. But they work for now and I'm happy with them.

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5 5

I having been running shimano SPDs for a few years now, but all my buddies somehow all rocked crank brother pedals, naturally I eventually caved and bought these I went with the 3s because you put a lot of trust in your pedals, so spend the extra money, (maybe not TI money though except for steez). I bought the candy's exclusively for mountain biking due to the rocky trails where I ride. However, after riding and racing with these, I do like how easy these are too clean as my spds would occasionally get to cake with dirt and mud.The body really does a great job of protecting the wings from those rocks that jump out at you. They are easy to get in and out of and have a good amount of float, so I guess my friends were right.

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5 5

I know that 15mil front axels will possibly take over eventually, but I do not like the slight shaking of the complete bike tray and all of my bikes are 9mil quick release, so this was the obvious choice for me. These are easy to use and really secure, I am very happy with them.

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4 5

I having been running shimano SPDs for a few years now, but all my buddies somehow all rocked eggbeaters, naturally I eventually caved and bought these. I went with the 3s because you put a lot of trust in your pedals, so spend the extra money, (maybe not TI money though except for steez). However, after riding and racing with these, I do like how easy these are too clean as my spds would occasionally get to cake with dirt and mud. They are easy to get in and out of and have a good amount of float, so I guess my friends were right.

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5 5

I have the Q-bar system and I drove around with just the bars on for a couple of days before my fairing came in and it was noisy at any speed of 30mph. After I put the fairing on sweet sweet silence.

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5 5

Not much more to say, besides it floats. Definitely necessary because your gopro does not float and this is cheap enough to buy rather than making something to solve the floating problem,

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4 5

Being a more of a weekend warrior and less of a racer, I just could not warrant dropping the money on the Fury's. But I do not want to discredit these at all. The Rush's are plenty stiff , as well as being really comfortable in those hike and bike situations. In conclusion, I love them and recommend them.

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4 5

I wear this when I swim, drive, and sometimes when I just walk around and want to record my life. I get some double takes but whatever. I wouldn't recommend doing any crazy bouncing activities like mountain biking, it gets pretty shaky on the head. But for day to day capturing its a fun view.

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