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Jill Layfield

Jill Layfield

Park City, Utah

Jill Layfield's Bio

I'm originally from San Francisco. I moved to Park City eight years ago to live in the mountains and work for Backcountry.com. The San Francisco Bay Area has some amazing climbing (the picture to the left is the Egg at Stinson Beach) but Park City/Salt Lake City has so much more to do outside -- and no fighting traffic to take advantage of all there is to do. My dogs are especially happy in Park City -- no tics and no fleas!

I love to ski, climb, mountain bike and trail run. There are about 300 miles of single track right out my back door...

I'm pretty sure I have the best job in the world - I'm the CEO of Backcountry.com. Have feedback for me? Hit me up at CEO@backcountry.com.

Jill Layfield

Jill Layfieldwrote a review of on September 24, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love, love, love Rock n' Roll lube.

Lubricates really well (although perhaps not absolutely as little friction as the best conventional lubes) but it lasts and lasts, and keeps your chain nice and clean. I ride mostly in dusty conditions, and find that the regular wet, oily lubes are like a magnet for dirt.

I've tried other waxy lubes (Pedro's Ice Wax and White Lightening) and think this is way better. Pedros seems just to turn into sticky gunk, and the White Lightening interacts horribly with other lubes.

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