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4 5

I tried out this helmet for a couple weeks and also had a family member try it as well to hopefully give a little more insight. Really both of us have the same comments or opinion so here it is. I thought the fit was very nice, one of the better fits due to the type of retention system. The pad on the front is a gel which was a nice change from the padding that comes on every other helmet out there. I put it up with some of the better helmets I've worn, maybe not the best but definitely up there. The other opinion was it was the best helmet he had worn to date. I would not quite put it at the level of the atmos or octal but a very well done lid none the less.

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4 5

I bought this for my son who felt his helmet wasn't comfortable although I think he was out growing it a bit. Either way he has been riding this helmet the last several months and has not complained once, which is saying a lot since were talking about a 12 year old. He says it feels very comfortable on and doesn't bother him even on his longer rides. And of course I wouldn't put him in anything that wasn't safe, I've owned (and crashed) several Giro helmets and my brain is still in tact.

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4 5

Upgraded to these from an older pair of conti's, they rolled noticeably faster over hard pack rolling terrain which is what I prefer to ride. Grip was excellent also, not so solid in sandy conditions but I have yet to have a tire I've been happy with in sand. I would recommend this as a great all around tire, very good in most all conditions and has been very good against punctures.

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4 5

Super light, feels like I'm running barefoot but with some padding. I wouldn't recommend this shoe for any more than 10k. Fast shoe for anything under that, anything over you'll feel a little beat up. If you haven't done 0 drop wear them around and work in slowly it will work your legs a little different. The best shoe for 5k and sprint-olympic tri's.

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3 5

The shoe as a whole functions very well, I think the sizing is just slightly larger than sidi. I take a 41 sidi, size 8 street shoe, and in a 41 in these i don't think it fit quite as snug. They were stiff, which is good, very cool and breathed well, which is good most of the time. The downfalls for me was that I had to cut the end of the strap off, it was to long and would hit my crank so i just took some scissors to them and now no problems. I don't think the toe box is tight enough for me personally I like a pretty snug fit and had to strap down pretty tight to get it how I wanted it. They went on and off very easy as a tri shoe should. hope this helps some of you out.

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5 5

I have had a few trunk racks over the last 20 years and this far and away is the best. It's fast and easy to adjust, very secure, comes with locks to lock the bikes AND the rack to your car. I know that doesn't really seem possible but I think it makes it as difficult to take your stuff off here as any roof rack and your not going to smash your bikes on your garage. Super easy to install and remove in a matter of seconds.

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1 5

I was disappointed in these, I usually have enjoyed Castelli's clothing a lot. They seemed like they fit great when I firt put them on but when pedaling (bending your knee's) it bunched on the back and rubbed. I see that a lot of other reviewers had similar circumstances. I would suggest another brand of leg warmers, I have some craft that work better.

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