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5 5

Very comfy--no bunching in crotch. Legs are long. Stirrups hold tights down. Nice pad. With toe covers I'm wearing booties less. The highlight is the double layer of material starting on the lower thigh, covering the the knee and some of the shin. It doesn't restrict motion and keeps my knees much warmer. MTB in near freezing temps comfortably. Road ride comfortably to low 40's high 30's. The medium fit me fine (32" waist, 34" inseam, 175#). They don't get clammy like windstopper does.

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5 5

Reasonable price for a solid lightweight carbon post. Index-less saddle tilt. Solid two bolt head that doesn't creak and hasn't slipped. After my bike was stolen I bought an EC70 for my new bike. Might not be for everyone as it has only 10mm of offset. 350x27.2 weighed 212g.

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Removable valve cores are the prerequisite to use Tufo valve extenders. The threaded end of the pictured Tufo extender threads into where the core was in the valve stem. Then the core threads into the extender. This solution is the best compared to Topeak or Problem solvers or others cause the Tufo is actually just extending the stem. The others leave the original valve core in place.

4 5

The 2008 EA70 has a 38mm dia boom which makes it quite stiff. But it is about 170g in the 120mm length. Getting rid of the threaded steel inserts as on the prior year models is a big improvement since they would strip. This is a better stem now.

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