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5 5

Suh-weet. I need to shorten the OEM stem on my Slayer and this did the trick. It was the right length and it is far beefier than anything I'll ever throw at it.

The Top Lock feature is a nice touch to visually check for tightness around the bars. I've had previous stems come loose on climbs and once on a descent. Not cool. So this is a great thing to have.

The machines surface and finish is uber cool and it keeps it from being super bulky. Plus, it adds just enough bling to the bike. I like!

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5 5

These things are this shorts I've been looking for! I just spent a long weekend pedaling around NE Utah in the heat, dust, cactus, slick rock and mosquitoes and these things were killer! They breathe exceptionally well, the fit is a great compromise between full on DH and weight weenie shorts, they stretch and move very well, they weight is quite light and the included chamois liner is actually really good. The fabric held up to some gnarly crashes into some cactus and rocks - much better than I thought. The length is about perfect and the pockets are super deep so nothing will fall out. The openings will also fit over you knee pads.

The only issue I have found is that because the pockets are so deep, there's a lot of material that pulls out when retrieving gear out of your pockets. Tacking these to the inside of the short would help. But given how awesome these are, no worries.

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4 5

If you're looking for some additional protection, but need or want to pop for the full compression suit; this is a great compromise.

Be warned, it is very much a compression top. It fits very tight. I wear a medium in most everything across the board and have a 40 inch chest and this goes on, albeit with some effort. Though once on, it is not constrictive and moves very well.

The fabric seems very tough and will help with rash on a hard fall. The chest padding is flexible, save for the center piece which is hard. The shoulder pads are comprised of hard, outer plastic and the skin side is a bit softer.

It would be nice if the same material on the chest area were stitched in the rear for some spine protection and the reason for 4 stars and not 5.

But otherwise, a solid investment in protection.

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5 5

Great, thicker grips. I found them to reduce the smaller vibrations through rock gardens and such. It also give your bars a bigger circumference feeling, which is nice if you have larger hands. It was the first upgrade I did for my Slayer 50. I suggest you do the same.

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4 5

Pretty sweet tires. They came as the OEM offering on my Rocky Mountain Slayer 50. The front came in a 2.4" and I love it. It corners exceptionally well and tracks very well, especially under braking. Since owning it, I've managed to steam roll a few cactus and they keep on truckin'. I've even converted the front to a ghetto tubeless set up which works well, despite the difficulty seating the bead.

The rear at 2.25" is only so-so. High rolling resistance and doesn't seem to grip quite as well as the 2.4". But for an OEM tire, it's prettty tough to beat - hence only four stars and not five.

Overall it's a great, no-nonsense, tough and good looking tire.

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4 5

Decent pair of shorts. Plenty of pockets. The fit is actually about true to size - unlike other Zoic shorts, which tend to run very small. The length is good on these and the move well. The fabric seems tough, but it is no downhill type short. It's a great short of all sorts of riding and they will fit over your kneed pads without looking like a pair of man-pris.

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4 5

Pretty straight forward ... fits like a 3/4 sleeve jersey should fit. Not crazy baggy, but not roadie tight. I'm 6'0" and 185 lbs with a 40 inch chest and a medium fits great. The sleeve openings fit great over my 661 2x4 arm/elbow pads.

I can't comment on durability, but the blue is nice and bright and provides a nice contrast to sea of grays and blacks out there. It seems to resist the funk pretty well, too.

If you need another jersey to throw in the trunk or work into the rotation, this is a great choice!

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4 5

The Comp II is a light, well fitting helmet that's a tremendous bang for the buck. Compared to similarly priced Bells, Giros and Specializeds, this thing is not only the lightest, it is the most comfortable. Comparatively to the Giro Remedy S, this not only fits truer to size, it is far more comfortable. Additionally, it is a much smaller sized helmet than the Remedy S. To say it a different way, it won't make you look like a tennis ball on a toothpick.

The peripheral viewing is excellent with no peripheral obstruction. The same goes for the mouth piece.

As stated, the liner is removable. To do so; begin on either side of the jawbone and unsnap the soft liner, working back towards the interior of the helmet. There are two snaps where the strap is riveted to the shell. The rest of the liner is attached at the forehead.

Venting is also quite good, though the vents on the top and rear are more obstructed by the soft foam liner. If you really want this thing to really breathe, cut out holes in the soft liner.

The only drawback I've found thus far is that the matte paint on the gray version is quite thin and chipped very easily.

If you happen to wear sunglasses, straight stemmed ones fit great, don't move around and are held in place quite well.

Lastly, the chin strap is a double D-ring set up with a snap to secure the end of the strap. If you're familiar with most top tier motorcycle helmets (Arai, etc.), it is the same set up.

Overall, if you're looking for a great fitting, lightweight helmet to break into free riding or downhilling, this is an excellent choice. The price also helps significantly.

Great buy

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4 5

It's been said; size up. Seriously.

These are not a well ventilated glove. They won't turn your hands into a furnace, but there isn't much dedicated ventilation. So what you trade for is some burliness for all things save for super aggressive freeride or DH. For trail and XC riding, these will be great. I've taken all manner of spills and these have held up great for several seasons.

Also, the little silicone circles will last maybe two or three rides. They do not stay on well at all. So be warned ...

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4 5

For a first time trail and DH rider, these are a great buy. They are light, so you can sling them on your pack for the pedal up. The backs are largely open, so they won't kill you when things get warm. The only gripe I have is that the knee portion is basically a sleeve and it can bunch. Even still, it provides for some great protection.

Fair waring, you will need to remove your shoes to put these on and they will make you look like a Storm Trooper. You've been warned.

Nice n' light

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