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5 5

I have several cold-weather caps. This one is the best. GREAT at blocking the wind and keeping your head toasty without getting it wet as it BREATHES! And it keeps your ears warm as well with minimal blocking of the sounds around you. A very good fit under the helmet as well: doesn't feel like a vice on your head. I have a helmet cover that has never been on my helmet....and not just because I think it looks stupid. You won't need one with this cap. This cap is a must for riding in the elements.....

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4 5

Can you cycle in the cold without these? I wouldn't. Maybe the bib tights are better but I can wear these with my familiar bibs and still stay warm. If the temp is below 50, these go on. They are a good fit but I initally ordered a large as I have muscular legs. The problem is they start to get saggy after you ride for a while. I tried the medium and they fit much better without being too tight but even the smaller size are a little saggy after a long ride. I don't think there is a solution for this. These are still a must-have for cold weather riding. With the arm warmers, of course....

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5 5

First of all, don't get excited about these gloves having "Cervelo" across the back like the picture. I race a Cervelo and thought it would be cool to have the name on my gloves. They say "Castelli" across the back. Which is still cool. I lreally like these gloves. I am a Time Trialist and have several pair of tight-fitting, slick gloves. These are by far my favorite. Many riders think no gloves is best for air flow. These gloves are nearly like having bare hands.....except if you go down (how do you crash time trialing?) it's your gloves that hit the pavement first.These gloves feel great, fit great (see "sizing" below) and, I think, make me go faster. They look like they do anyway. The long cuff fits right over a long-sleve skin suit. They are about as easy to get on and off as a skin suit (tight like they should be). If you have a speed hat, skin suit and shoe covers, this will complete your gear. Sizing: I don't know where they came up with the size/measurements. I have a large hand and usually wear a large/extra large glove. My hand measures 7.5 in (19cm) from wrist crease to end of long finger. That would put me in the bottom end of the Medium glove on their chart. Not happenin'. I ordered the large and it fits tight/just right. I'm not sure I want to see the person that wears the XXL with a 12 inch (30.5cm) hand. Order your usual glove size and they will fit great. And Realcyclist will let you send them back if they don't. Race these gloves.

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There are two cleats available for "float" of the cleat in the pedal: the medial-lateral play, or in and out of your heel. The pedals come with a grey (6 degree of float) and you can get aftermarket red (zero degrees). Most people will want some float in their cleats. The grey ones are the ones you want for now and are available when you wear them out. Get the rubber cleat covers. Makes them last a LOT longer.

4 5

This is a great entry-level pedal as it has a wide base for good power transfer and is easy to clip into and out of without the hassel of adjusting the tension: there is no adjustment. That said, I did not pop out when I did NOT want to and always clipped out when I WANTED to. Get the rubber cleat covers (that's the thing that screws to your shoes) as you will wear them out quickly walking without them. I used these for 2 years of hard riding (4000 miles) before I upgraded. Not used a "clipless" pedal before? Get this one. You'll like it.

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5 5

I have ridden quite a few other tires, thinking I could find something better than these. There is nothing better. Durable, hold the road on the fastest descents and at speed; I NEVER worry about how my tires are doing. Iron Horse Road Race: there is so much to be aware of roaring down Molas pass; I'm not worried about my tires. I KNOW how they are doing. I put on 4-5000 training miles a year and these will last most of the season: 3000 miles is not unusual. Really. And they take the grief from the road. The KELVAR belt is amazing and the side walls chuck away most everything I don't see. I check my tires after each ride and pull out all the junk that gets stuck in them so it doesn't advance. This has to be one of the best all-around tires out there. No alligator skin; just great tires!!

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5 5

This is my go-to RACE tire. There is NOTHING that compares to it on the course, be it road or crit (Attack/Force tires for time trial). I push/pedal through most corners of a crit, even riding fast through a turn at the bottom of a HILL; these tires GRIP! I don't need to be worrying about them "letting go" at the apex of the turn. I have never had one even hint it is not sticking to the road. Durable and easy rolling during a road race. I have never flatted during a race. I love this tire. One set usually last me one season of racing. I get a new set at the beginning of the year but not because they are worn out. I just feel better on a new set.

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