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Good Width and Comfortable Geometry
4 5

This bar is lightweight, has good dimesions (740mm), a comfortable bend, a nice finish, and looks great with other Enve bits. I can’t necessarily attest to the tuned handling as I don’t notice much of a difference compared to my old Easton Haven Carbon handlebar (711mm). Either way it is very comfortable, even on those longer rides than you were planning on taking. My only gripe with this bar is that while the finish looks great, it can get scratched easily if you flip the bike upside down to change a tube or you bite the dust.

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4 5

You could say I’m fond of these shoes. I’m glad 661 brought them back so I could get a third pair. Over the years they really haven’t changed them aside from colors, but why change a relatively good thing? These shoes aren’t the lightest clip in shoes or the most breathable. While previously ridden by the likes of World Cup DH racers like Steve Peat and Gee Atherton as well as others, I've ridden them from XC races to shuttle laps and everything in between without question. They have a unique style with performance to suit the bill. The sole is stiff enough for putting power down efficiently while not too stiff to cause hot spots on long extended rides. They have good grip for times you might have to get off the saddle and an easy way to tuck laces out of harm’s way.

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Not All Headsets Are Equal!
5 5

I’ve used cheap headsets in the past, and I probably will in the future, on bar bikes. You may believe that all you get with a more expensive headset is more color options. I’m here to tell you that is not the case, at least with the Cane Creek 110. Sure, you can make a cheap headset last awhile by taking it apart and packing the bearings with grease every so often. In fact, I figured I would do my usual bearing service only to be amazed that this guy looked brand new after neglect. I can’t say I’ve had the same case with others. Get this headset if you want utmost quality, less maintenance, or live in a humid place that wreaks havoc on bearings.

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Fox Killer
5 5

Like others, I’ve been on the Fox bandwagon over the years and was a bit hesitant to try out the Pike. Rockshox wasn’t kidding when they called this fork the Fox Killer. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that nearly every major bike manufacturer is specing this fork on their bikes. The best way I can describe this fork is: Badass. If you sweat the details you’ll be pleased to hear how much adjust-ability is present. From your usual premium adjustments such as low speed compression adjuster and rapid recovery rebound, to air volume adjustments via bottomless tokens and simple travel adjustment, this fork is perfectly at home as a supple, trail tamer for an intermediate rider all the way to aggressive, endurooo! riders pushing the limits of the stiff 35mm stanchions. To clarify, a couple bottomless tokens are included to dial in the progressiveness of the air spring. Also, different length air shafts are available for about $40 to change the travel. In my case, I have mine tailored to 140mm of travel to suit my Santa Cruz 5010. As for trail performance, I was most impressed by the suppleness on trail chatter while still having plenty of platform for larger holes and any hucks you find just off the beaten path. My rides typically include a couple thousand feet of climbing rewarded with an equal vertical plunge, I keep mine completely open at all times since I have zero issues with bobbing on the climb, no brake dive or packing on the descent. This fork will help you push the limits with confidence you haven’t experienced previously.

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Fox Killer
5 5

Like others, I’ve been on the Fox bandwagon over the years and was a bit hesitant to try out the Pike. Rockshox wasn’t kidding when they called this fork the Fox Killer. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that nearly every major bike manufacturer is specing this fork on their bikes. The best way I can describe this fork is: Badass. If you sweat the details you’ll be pleased to hear how much adjust-ability is present. From your usual premium adjustments such as low speed compression adjuster and rapid recovery rebound, to air volume adjustments via bottomless tokens and simple travel adjustment, this fork is perfectly at home as a supple, trail tamer for an intermediate rider all the way to aggressive, endurooo! riders pushing the limits of the stiff 35mm stanchions. To clarify, a couple bottomless tokens are included to dial in the progressiveness of the air spring. Also, different length air shafts are available for about $40 to change the travel. In my case, I have mine tailored to 140mm of travel to suit my Santa Cruz 5010. As for trail performance, I was most impressed by the suppleness on trail chatter while still having plenty of platform for larger holes and any hucks you find just off the beaten path. My rides typically include a couple thousand feet of climbing rewarded with an equal vertical plunge, I keep mine completely open at all times since I have zero issues with bobbing on the climb, no brake dive or packing on the descent. This fork will help you push the limits with confidence you haven’t experienced previously.

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Hi Keith,

Please refer to the sizing chart I've listed for the appropriate sizing. Regarding the fit, this knee support is rather minimalist and not nearly as bulky as a standard knee guard. Typically, you should be able to fit a shin guard while using this support. You may or may not have a little bit of overlap below the knee based on the shin guard you are using. I hope that helps.

Hi Keith, <br/>  <br/> Please refer to the sizing chart I've listed for the appropriate sizing. Regarding the fit, this knee support is rather minimalist and not nearly as bulky as a standard knee guard. Typically, you should be able to fit a shin guard while using this support. You may or may not have a little bit of overlap below the knee based on the shin guard you are using. I hope that helps.

LASP516052,

Unfortunately we have not tried it specifically to see if it would work. Typically with a full suspension frame, we will always error on the side of wider than narrow. For specific sizing advice, I would suggest contacting Yeti directly as they would most likely know what the minimum Q-factor is for their bikes. Their phone number is 888-576-9384. If you have any additional questions feel free to let me know.

Hi Patty,

For your CRV with the spare tire on the back, I would recommend using either the Yakima Sparetime (Item YAK0285) or the Thule Spare Me 2 (Item THU0395). Either of these two racks are designed specifically to work with a rear mounted spare tire. This Super Joe 3 Bike Mount would not work appropriately for your rack. If you have any additional questions feel free to let me know.

Hi DBG3238148,

Great question! An item that is backordered could be due to a variety of reasons. Typically manufacturer availability is the most common. It is fairly common with new products just coming to market, otherwise it can be due to sourcing all the resources needed for said item. Other times it may be a distribution channel we go through is out of stock of the particular item. With all the products we have on our website, it would be incredibly difficult (and costly) to store every item for purchase so items that are purchased less frequently sometimes will require an order to placed for them once a customer purchases them. If you have any additional questions regarding backorders, especially on a particular item, please feel free to contact our customer service department at 888-276-7130.

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