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1 5

This bell looks cool. Or, as cool as a bike bell can possibly look. It's rather small and unobtrusive. The design is clean and simple. But it doesn't work all that well. Sure, if I want to ride home at night, dinging a bell over and over just to hear it, it's fine. But if you live in a city where cars like to use bike lanes for auxiliary parking, and they often begin merging into you without looking, this bell will not get their attention. It dings once each time you ping it, and it's not that loud. Also, the simple nature of its design doesn't leave much clearance for the piece that strikes the bell, so it doesn't work very well if you have brakes or grips on your handlebars.

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5 5

I picked up this bike in springtime to return to a sport I've neglected for about 10 years. I always rode hardtails and started out looking for something in a 26in. I'm glad I made the move to 29er. I prefer technical trails, but I'm tall and the 29er fits much better than any of my old rides. This thing handles techy trails with ease that makes me feel like I never left the sport.

As far as componentry everything works like a charm. My only complaint is that the brakes are a bit loud sometimes, and the shock shipped without any air in it so I had to buy a shock pump. I put it together myself without any issues (the wheels are trued before the bike leaves Salsa) and it went together very easily.

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5 5

I've ridden these guys a few times now and really like them. They're a bit more flexible than super highend stuff, so they're great if you're just out to have fun. I have a mid-fit foot, and these fit well. I usually wear a 45, but those were too small (and I like them tight). I had to send back for the 45.5.

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4 5

This thing gets the job done. It's compact and very lightweight. The downsides, for me, is that it doesn't have a bleed valve so it's easy to put air into the shock but it take a bit longer if you have to take some out and add air again. Also, it goes to a very high PSI, but if you're using it on a front fork that operates around 100-120, the gradient isn't fine enough to see exactly how much air you're putting in. For the price, and with a bit of patience, it works just fine.

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5 5

Installation took some imagination, diagonal cutting pliers, and about five beers. But now they're on, and it's like I can walk on water. No more showing up at work with my shoes full of water. I may try to ride across the East River.

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4 5

I have huge hands, but XL in almost every other glove fits me. These guys were too tight. If you're on the fence, go a size larger.

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5 5

I like these shorts. They're low key and look normal enough to grace a barstool. In terms of size, I wear a 34 or 33 in almost all jeans, and the Larges were super snug. Had to send them back for the XLs.

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4 5

I wear an 11.5 in all Nike and Vans shoes. I ordered the 45 in these and it was a tiny bit too tight (and I wear them pretty tight). In terms of construction and quality, they seemed solid.

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