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4 5

Yes, a spring glove, but pretty darn warm if it stays dry. Race glove?...not too sure... To me a race glove should offer mare tactile handlebar feel and be a little less bulky and loose feeling. Great for training on the bike or XC skiing though. or casual wear if you are into that...Does the job it was intended to do well though.

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4 5

The Mavic Cyclone Jacket has many great features. I love the off-set zipper, the zip close storage pockets, and the super soft and ergonomic sleeve cuffs. The fit is a little large throughout the shoulders and arms, but it makes for great movement and comfort on the bike. The jacket blocks the wind to keep you warm, yet it breaths well to keep you dry. Looks nice when forced to wear bib tights. I dig it.

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5 5

Im using this top for cold weather trail running, mountain biking, hiking, and XC ski days. It is very versitile, light-weight, warm, and blocks wind well. Additionally it is stretchy and comfortable to move in. I was pleasantly surprised with my overall satisfaction. I normally go full zip for this type of top but the 3/4 zip is just right on this...

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4 5

Running the Easton EA70 Flat/Wide bars on my single-speed 29er. I dig them. They are wide, but not too wide which is nice. Didn't have to cut them down to fit my needs as a 5'9ish dude. They are a little stiff for my rigid setup but if you are running a suspension fork up front you have no reason to go avoid this bar. They look great with the stealthy grey graphics and match the EA70 stem perfectly. They are light, and a great vale as well. It will probably last forever...literally.

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5 5

Running the EA70 Stem with the EA70 Flat/Wide bars on my single-speed 29er. I dig it. It looks great with the stealthy grey graphics and it holds my handlebars on my bike so I can't complain. It's light, and a great value as well. It will probably last forever...literally.

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5 5

Oh man. I just did a 24hr race on a rigid single-speed and I used these babies. I can't believe how crucial good grips are in this type of situation. These ESI Chunky MTB Grips really did the trick. Naturally people thought I was crazy to not run a suspension fork for an endurance event like this but I have to say the grips saved my hands, wrists, arms, neck, and more I'm sure...It's the Monday after, and I'm not even sore. Take that skeptics! Highly recommend for all types of MTBing...Not just an XC race grip. These babies are light and don't slip a lick...fo real...

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5 5

The Shimano XT Shadow Plus Rear Derailleur is definitely the answer I was looking for...
Coming off a beat X9 group I was looking for an upgrade without breaking the bank. I opted to got Shimano over SRAM because I run all their road stuff and hey why not. As for now, as long as I run a 2x10 I don't think I'll go back. The shifting action is fast and reliable in the rear, and the shadow plus derailleur clutch prevented chain slap like a dream. I no longer sound like a firecrackers exploding in a metal rubbish bin when ping ponging over rocky trails or braking on stutter bumps. For the price...can't beat it...and just a few more grammos than the gucci XTR version.

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5 5

The Troy Lee Designs Ace Short - Men's is my favorite MTB short thus far. My favorite feature is the chamois liner. It is super comfortable and breathable, for those long, hot epics...The short itself doubles as a casual short and or post ride swim trunks...which is a big deal to me...They have velcro adjustments on each side of the waist for a snug and belt free fit tun-ability, and there are several great pockets and vents...If you are looking for a higher quality short with removable liner that will last many, many miles, this is the one.

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3 5

The Troy Lee Designs Men's Skyline Jersey is another classic from TLD...It fits true to size for a relaxed MTB cut, (I am a MD and it fits like a glove). The design is awesome and you will look super cool sporting it, don't worry about that. The jersey is longer in the back to cover your behind so you don't expose too much crack to your buddies while you smoke them down the trail. It's light...but not too light. TLD says its a light weight summer top, but in Utah, it was still a bit warm and sticky...there are definitely lighter and cooler fabrics out there. The fabric is also a bit stiff, but that is to be expected from a mountain jersey that has to hold up to abuse. Lastly, there is a handy little zipper pocket for small essentials in case you are not packing...which is handy for the 45min lunch loop trail. Overall, get it for the design, fit and durability, not for the warm-weather comfort. My 2 cents...

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