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Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith

Joseph Smithwrote a review of on May 13, 2009

5 5

I likey the Boa. It is small, simple to use, more versatile, more aerodynamic, less ugly than trays, and oodles cheaper too. If you trust your face to the front wheel cam locks when you are riding around on your bike, no reason not to trust the same concept when it is attached to your roof. I have not used on any extended long distances yet, and actually have not even broke 60 mph yet(have not needed to yet), but so far has held up real nice. It is also a lot quieter sans bike than a tray as well. Installed on 07 GMC Envoy. Muy bueno!

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Joseph Smith

Joseph Smithwrote a review of on April 28, 2009

4 5

I dig this helmet. Have had it since fall of '08 and although haven't had the misfortune of testing it's durability, I think it will do just fine. I mountain bike with a mix of trail and road. I like this style over "The Navigator" space ship looking helmets. Vents are adequate. I have a size 7 3/8 to 7 1/2 inch head(as far as fitted hats are concerned) and I bought the Large. After mixing and matching the available foam padding inserts I was able to find a nice, comfy fit. Overall, this is one pretty cool helmet.

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Joseph Smith

Joseph Smithwrote a review of on March 23, 2009

5 5

I have had this bottle for going on 6 or 7 months now and have enjoyed every sip. Very durable bottle, only has a few dings from drops. Fits very well in my mountain bike water bottle cage. I don't get the metallic taste other reviewers note. I use the sport top for easy drinking while riding, which I recommend if you ride. If you like quite drinking with the sport top, avoid, as the air intake can be quite noisy when sucking down some H2O. If there's anything to complain about this bottle, it's the print on the bottle washes off very easily. Only an occasional annoyance as sometimes I forget how many ounces the bottle holds. Over all, I dig!

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