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Justin G

Justin G

Justin G

Justin Gwrote a review of on July 6, 2009

2 5

If you buy this bottle, just know the cap will break into 2 pieces. 1 will be the metal, screw-in plug that will become your functioning cap. It will have a razor-sharp edge on the top...enjoy that!

Backcountry acknowledges the issue but does not carry the plastic 1-piece top that KK makes. Once you replace the cap, with that one strait from KK, the bottle will last forever and taste great!

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Justin G

Justin Gwrote a review of on May 27, 2009

2 5

Rack is easy to slide into the hitch and does fit in there a little loosely, but the threaded bolt holds it in well. Adds about 15 seconds to the installation time. A little difficult to get the bikes on the rack because of the anti-sway cradles; again adds about 10 seconds to getting the bikes on...

But my beef is with the make of the cradles themselves. What is with the hard plastic? I scratched my brand new bike in 3 places (the 2 top-tube cradles and the seat-tube anti-sway cradle) using this rack. The straps are rubber and stretch, which is good because I am forced to put a shop-rag between the bike and the cradle to prevent further scratching...

Get the comparable Thule, the cradles are rubber(they also fit a bigger diameter tube), so your bike wont get scratched up.

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Justin G

Justin Gwrote a review of on May 6, 2009

4 5

I'm using these as my all-around mtb glove and they have good knuck & palm protection. They also look better on then they do in the pics. Would be a 5-star review b/c these gloves are great...except that after only about 6 hours riding the silicone dots that provide a little more grip on the 1st 2 fingers have started to come off. Wouldn't stop me from buying another pair tho!

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