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5 5

These work great. They didn't wear out as quick as I thought they would, but I can say they really don't last quite as long as steel cleats. I'm just pumped to have crank bros. pedals in the first place....

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5 5

I have the Candy C's and they are soo nice. If I had the money and cared about weight I would have for sure got these. The look is amazing and I know the TI is super durable. Judging by how well I like my cheap candies I can surely say these would only be better.

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3 5

These pedals are definitely very nice high quality units. They have very durable aluminum bodies, great feeling spindle bearings, the spindles are strong, and the body is nice and concave. The only issue I had was that the pins are super small. If you wear 5.10 shoes, they will probably be ok, if not, I'd consider getting something else.

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3 5

I can honestly say I have not seen many of these pedals last very long. The plates usually break, ok sure they give you extra plates, but those will break too. Almost everyone I know bought them because they were by far the best looking pedals on the market, but really none of them would buy again because they didn't last. If you really don't ride that hard, hardly every hit things, and love cool colors these would be great for you. Oh yeah and if you do decide to buy make sure to lock-tite the plate fastening screws BEFORE your first ride.

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5 5

I've been running the same 991's on all my bikes (Dirt Jumper included) for at least 2 years now. Some of my more heavily used bikes have seen the chains wear in a little (stretch) but certainly nothing out of the ordinary. My favorite part is for sure the power link. This chain is light and very strong.

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5 5

I tested one of these last year and it was amazing. The bottom bracket was so low and head tube so slack, I couldn't ride it enough. Jumps and drops are so easy, plus you can still shred your local DH trails. I'd have to say it was definitely the best "do everything" bike. Felt like a small DH machine, pedaled like an XC rig, and jumped as good as my DJ bike.

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5 5

I demoed one of these last year right before they were released and was so impressed. It feels really great on long rides and the descending prowess is second to none. The hydroformed tubes are a work of art and the 1.5 headtube is absolutely genius.

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5 5

My X.0 is absolutely ridiculous crisp when it comes to shift feeling. I can't get enough of it. Super light at only 192g, and the carbon cage is the most durable thing on the market. Everyone thinks it's not durable because it's light weight, but I dare them to compare a cheap plastic or flimsy aluminum cage in an impact to an insanely strong carbon one. Crisp precise shifting, super strong and light weight, what else would you want?

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5 5

So many people say to me "why did you go with the X.O? the X.9 is just as good". I give them one ride on my bike and they never ask again. My X.0 shifter (combined with my X.0 derailleur) has a level of crisp that I haven't felt in any other component ever on any bike. The feeling makes me want to shift even when I don't have to just because it brings a smile to my face. I just can't believe it really feels like that. After all I've said I don't even think I have to talk about the other features, like light weight, insanely adjustable, and you can mount it to a matchmaker with your Avid brakes!

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5 5

I have this on my DH and slalom bike. It is absolutely the best saddle especially for DH. It has a fairly wide rear profile, which is perfectly suited for using the saddle during cornering and also through technical terrain. Low profile looks awesome on my rig and it's way light to boot!

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5 5

The white and black are soo sick. Sole is grippy as any other 5.10 and I really want to wear them around town all day they are so comfy. If you don't like the racer look of the other 5.10's these are the shoe to get.

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4 5

This derailleur has the stiffest spring known to man. The first time I used it I couldn't believe how crazy fast downshifts were. The looks alone are what got me from the start, love em'. I still don't know if I like it as much as my SRAM X.O. but that's definitely personal preference. For the money you cannot beat this as one of the best DH derailleur's on the market.

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5 5

This has been an awesome DH bar. I cut it down from the 800mm width because it was too wide for me. I'm sure this would be amazing for those huge guys out there. The bend is perfect and doesn't have a ton of back sweep like other bars I've tried.

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5 5

I picked up a set to use for BMX racing and ended up using them for XC too. They were definitely priced right and offer tons of float. The float really helped when tackling tough terrain and switch backs on the XC bike. I talked my friend into a pair of these because he just had knee surgery and the ease of entry and exit is unbeatable.

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5 5

I have raced these in every condition possible and they are great. I love how well they do in the mud and are much easier to get in and out than Shimano's. Also you can fine adjust how easily they go in and out by using the supplied shims that go in between the cleat and your shoe. By far my favorite clipless pedals to date.

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