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3 5

I had to pick one of these up to work with my Yakima Forklift rack. It does the job and holds a 15mm fork very securely. It's very easy to set up and use, but would be nice to see a cheaper option or one that allows you to lock your bike down. Paired with the Yakima rack, I can lock this adapter to the rack but can't lock the fork to the adapter without throwing a cable lock around the whole mess.

Bottom line - this works great and is completely necessary, but is possibly the least sexy piece of gear I've spent $$ on in my life.

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4 5

I picked these grips up because I wanted something a little softer than the stocked grips on my Bronson. These are great for longer rides and really help keep my hands from going numb or just hurting like hell. They work great for larger hands but might feel a little chunky if you've got really small hands. I would say that gloves are a must - the ridged pattern can be a little rough on bare skin but provides a great grip with gloves on.

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5 5

It took me a minute to get this set up right the first time I used it, but once I got it on my chain it was really easy to use. The video posted below is really helpful for first timers. I've been impressed with how quickly and thoroughly this cleans my chain. Way more effective than a wad of paper towels and some cleaner... It's really quick to take off and clean up as well.

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5 5

These are great tires for all mountain riding. The side knobs are pretty chunky and help keep you on your line through tight corners and loose/ sandy sections of trail. I've only had a few brief encounters with mud but never had a problem with the tread getting gunked up. I have to second Natalie's comment that the beat is really tight and hard to get mounted on your rim, but it's not an issue once you get them mounted. I've had about a season and a half on mine and they've been holding up really well. I wouldn't hesitate to buy these again

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5 5

These things are really tasty, but I think the texture/ weight is the best part. A lot of other 'meal bars' are way too heavy and dense for me to actually enjoy. That and I'm afraid they'll break all of my teeth if they're frozen in my pack. These tram bars are pretty light for being a high cal bar and don't turn into bricks when they're cold. Think Quaker granola bar instead of softened hockey puck. Best combo of tasty and a texture I can actually enjoy that I've found!

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5 5

These have recently beat out Honey Stingers as my favorite chew thingies. Great flavors, good texture, not too heavy in your stomach. These are heavier/ denser than Honey Stingers, but they don't feel heavy in your stomach (although I have a pretty tame stomach). Raspberry and Berry Blast (blueberry?) have caffeine in them (Strawberry and Orange do not), but I haven't found the caffeine content to be over the top. I'm really sensitive to caffeine and rarely have it (turns me into a hummingbird...), but I don't really notice it when I have the caffeinated flavors. Certainly not caffeinated like a cup of coffee. All in all a great set of chews. Hardest part is not eating them all at the office...

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5 5

My wife and I each have one of these and have been using them heavily for over a year. We haven't had any issues with either reservoir - no leaks, no trouble with the cap, etc. The quick link is a nice feature, and I haven't had any issues with it jamming or leaking. The hose size fits perfectly with the outlet on our water filter (MSR) so you can refill the reservoir without having to pull it out of your pack. No issues with plastic taste or residual taste (although we usually only put water in them). The large cap makes cleaning and drying a snap

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3 5

I picked this up for mountain biking, and it's a great size and fit for the task. Good amount of space for a full day out - water, extra layer, snacks, tools, etc. I think the 20L size is really a sweet spot for me in that it has enough room to carry a few extras if the weather is dicey without going overkill. Also, the suspension is great - the back panel is curved outwards slightly, so it leaves plenty of space for air to pass through. My gripe with this pack is that there are so many pockets that it can be hard to figure out where your stuff is. There is a large main compartment with water bladder sleeve, small sunglasses/ cellphone pocket, and two accessory pockets with mesh organizers for all your tools and smaller parts. The problem is that all of the pockets are stacked right on top of each other, with all of the zippers right next to each other. I find that I almost always end up opening 2+ pockets before I find what I'm looking for, just because everything is so close together.

All in all this is a great pack for its size - nice features and really comfortable for riding, I just wish they simplified the design and the zippers.

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4 5

Nice glove for summer riding - mesh back keeps things cool and the palms aren't too heavy and have good grip/ feel. The finger tips are thin enough that I can use my iPhone without taking them off. These aren't really padded at all, which I prefer for XC riding. So far they've been pretty durable. The velcro closure is a little wider and beefier than older Fox gloves that I've had - in the past I've had trouble with thinner velcro closures blowing out by the end of the season, but it seems like these gloves will hold up better on that front

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