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3 5

These are an adequate cage to get you by, they are light, but on the flimsy side. They aren't going to break on you, hey are just not as solid as a more expensive cage. It's the old saying you get what you pay for. I bought these as a back up set and use them on a cross bike, if I was more serious about cross I'd probably upgrade.

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4 5

I usually run the conti grand prix 4000 S II's, I tried these on a recommendation. They are a "good" tire but I still think the 4000's out perform them and puncture resistance was the same either tire. Wear so far has been pretty similar as well, but rolling and cornering I think were a little better on the others.

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5 5

After I bought mine I started realizing half the people around me had my glasses. This was kind of a bummer but I guess it shows you that they really are a great product. They fit very nice on my smaller head/face, feel very comfortable, come with 3 lenses to cover almost any circumstance, very light. I wear contact lenses so coverage is very important and these do not disappoint. Highly recommended.

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5 5

I could go on and on about this bike but it would bore you to tears since it's already been written about this bike in previous reviews. What the have written is true, it is the best production bike available, and I've ridden about everything out there. One thing to mention for racers is that I would forgo the compact crankset that comes standard on this bike unless you want to get dropped in the descents opt for a standard 53/39.

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4 5

I typically wear a S and I took a small on this one but will need to make sure I don't gain any weight. Has held up well through most the season and has held up in elasticity through my abuse. leg bands have been comfortable as has the rest of the suit in general. fit in general is very good through all disciplines.

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4 5

Just be aware of sizing, I wear a 41 Sidi and went to a 40.5 in the northwave. the northwave don't fit me quite as well as the Sidi since I have a narrow foot and don't love the wider toe box but for the money I couldn't pass them up and have been happy with them. I use them for cross, mtn, and indoor training. They have held up well for a few months of abuse now.

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4 5

I bought 2 of these for kids age 6 and 8, both fit quite well with a little adjustment. better looking and better protection than the department store helmets. If your kids have any bike fashion awareness at all this is the way to go.

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2 5

Look closely at the picture, the front of these is pretty low, when you run I didn't think it was very comfortable as it rode way low. They are on the short side (inseam) as well, I'm personally not a fan of the length that short even in a tri fit. padding was adequate, leg bands were ok but not as comfortable as newer style without the elastic leg band.

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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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