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I'm a hold out for sure. I still ride a 26er, and until this week was on a 3x9. If it aint broke don't fix it has been my motto. Given a really good deal on the X01 group, I modified my XTR cranks with a narrow wide chainring and went for it. I dropped over a pound, cleaned up the cockpit, and simplified my shifting. There has been zero chainslap since, zero missed shifts, zero "oh s@#$ I can't get the gear I want moments". I'm loving it. That said, I cut out my two top end gears and three bottom end gears by making the change. I've spun out a couple of times, but really, who needs to go faster than 34mph on a mountain bike. I've also done a couple longer climbs of 3000' where a gear or two lower would have been OK. That said - I'm sold. I've been a life long shimano lover, but sram's got a winner with these groups.

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I'm a hold out for sure. I still ride a 26er, and until this week was on a 3x9. If it aint broke don't fix it has been my motto. Given a really good deal on the X01 group, I modified my XTR cranks with a narrow wide chainring and went for it. I dropped over a pound, cleaned up the cockpit, and simplified my shifting. There has been zero chainslap since, zero missed shifts, zero "oh s@#$ I can't get the gear I want moments". I'm loving it. That said, I cut out my two top end gears and three bottom end gears by making the change. I've spun out a couple of times, but really, who needs to go faster than 34mph on a mountain bike. I've also done a couple longer climbs of 3000' where a gear or two lower would have been OK. That said - I'm sold. I've been a life long shimano lover, but sram's got a winner with these groups.

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5 5

I'm a hold out for sure. I still ride a 26er, and until this week was on a 3x9. If it aint broke don't fix it has been my motto. Given a really good deal on the X01 group, I modified my XTR cranks with a narrow wide chainring and went for it. I dropped over a pound, cleaned up the cockpit, and simplified my shifting. There has been zero chainslap since, zero missed shifts, zero "oh s@#$ I can't get the gear I want moments". I'm loving it. That said, I cut out my two top end gears and three bottom end gears by making the change. I've spun out a couple of times, but really, who needs to go faster than 34mph on a mountain bike. I've also done a couple longer climbs of 3000' where a gear or two lower would have been OK. That said - I'm sold. I've been a life long shimano lover, but sram's got a winner with these groups.

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5 5

This is a great shirt and the materials do what they're supposed to. I rode yesterday morning starting in 47 degree weather. The shirt kept me dry while the darker colors helped to warm me as we climbed 2000' in the sun / shade mix. Once warmed up the day hit about 65 degrees prior to our ride ending. The shirt breathed well and kept me dry allowing me not to overheat.

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5 5

I took a flyer on the 2015 36 float Fit RC2 when it became apparent that many of the advances to the Factory Racing forks from last year had made it into this years line up. I've ridden current versions of the Specialized S-works Enduro since 2010 and use it as my do all bike doing mostly highly technical All Mountain Riding and a decent amount of Enduro style downhill (with drops to 10' and mid/large doubles thrown in). I was riding a 2010 Push modified 36 w/ custom valving that I was reluctant to ever give up. The tunability of that fork along with its beefy performance made it the best fork I've ever owned and have ever ridden by a long shot. Push's valving allowed me to run very low pressures and get the performance I wanted though high rebound and HSC / LSC damping.

After talking to a couple of folks who were at the Fox Launch this past April, I decided to throw down and pick up this one. It dropped just over two pounds from my bike. It also dropped the axle to crown by about 2/3 of an inch allowing me to go with the float rather than the Talas. Its as stiff as the other versions of the 36 I have ridden and is noticeably stiffer than the Pike, while being svelte and light. It is far more tunable than the competition. In the last couple of weeks I've found what seems to be my sweet spot. I've found that riding lower pressures (I'm riding 59-60lbs for my 177 rider weight) with 6 clicks (from closed) of LSC and 10 clicks of HSC with a little more than 1/2 rebound damping makes this thing every bit the fork it replaced and then some. Its smooth through its travel, never bottoms harshly, and is actually really sensitive to fast smaller (braking) bumps without packing up or diving under braking or in heavy turns. I did just remove the one air volume spacer that is included in the internals as I had never used the full travel of the fork (it still felt smooth). I may further add HSC as a result but haven't bottomed harshly yet.

Its Sick! Get IT and GET SOME!

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5 5

And should have done it sooner. Same engagement and lighter than my 3 year old eggbeaters. I'm loving the new all metal platform (I owned the original plastic version years ago). They always work; mud, sand, etc doesn't challenge them. I love the slight float (it feels better on my knees). And these offer enough platform to allow you to crank and go big.

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5 5

I've had these on my s-works enduro for two weeks and roughly 100 miles now. They're excellent. They're wide, but not DH wide, making them perfect for tight trails (although I have caught a bar end once on a tight rock section). They're damp, light and so far bulletproof. They look great too.

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5 5

These are great shorts. They're tough, remain cool, dry quickly and with the zippered vents on legs and pocket are great for hot rides. They're also the correct length for riding with knee pads. I ride with these when I'm going to wear pads.

Only complaint is that with the bright color they do show dirt and you need to clean well or the color won't last.

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