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5 5

Light, blingy, spendy and I love them. My previous two setes of pedals were Time ATAC Carbons, and it took me a couple rides to get used to the feel of the eggbeaters. The biggest difference was the eggbeaters' much more subtle "click" when you clip into them.

I have my cleats set to releast at 15 degrees on my Pinarello roadbike. That setting, with the 6 degrees of float, feels great on the knees and has never caused me to tip over because I couldn't get out of them in time.

I'm probably going to get a pair of Candy Tis for my mountainbike in the spring, as I like a little more of a platform on a mtb. Thanks Brothers that Crank!


Specifically, I believe the main difference between 8/9/10 speed chains is their width, which must be compatible with the spacing of your rear cassette. (If it's not, the shifting will be "terrible" to "completely unusable.")

I bought this chain (along with a SRAM PG-907 cassette and XT shifters) to convert my lady's old 8-speed steel-frame hardtail to a 9-speed, and the whole system worked very well together.

4 5

I like it, wear it and have no complaints. The pockets are sized and placed well, and the full zip is great for regulating temperature here in Salt Lake City. I like my Castelli jersey a little bit better due to its smoother material and sharper looks, but the Castelli zipper is pretty tough to operate one-handed and I'm already using my other hand to check my text messages.