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Steve Simpson

Steve Simpson

Steve Simpson

Steve Simpsonwrote a review of on June 2, 2012

5 5

If I was designing a patch kit this would be it. The container is quality, not flimsy soda can aluminum. You can drive a car over it. It keeps everything clean and organized. It has just enough extra room to fold up a $20 for emergencies.

I've used plenty of these patches thanks to some sub-par tires I was running. Not a single patch has failed. Easy to use and a quality patch.

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Steve Simpson

Steve Simpsonwrote a review of on June 2, 2012

4 5

These aren't the most whiz bang shorts out there as you should know from their $39.95 price tag, but they do work well. After 25 miles or so my sit bones are a bit sore and I need to start standing every once in a while to get the blood flowing, but they're great for shorter distances.

If you're on a budget and tend to do shorter rides these are great.

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Steve Simpsonwrote a review of on June 2, 2012

5 5

The full aluminum body is impressive. It does have the odd side effect of getting warm when you're pumping, but not hot enough for that to be a negative thing.

160psi is amazing for a pump this size. Obviously it doesn't replace a floor pump for speed, but if you're in the middle of a century and don't have the option of limping home on an under-inflated tire this will get you up to your normal pressure.

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Steve Simpsonwrote a review of on June 2, 2012

4 5

I had the old version of this U-Lock with the circle style key lock and I have to admit I was always a bit uneasy leaving my bike. That circle style of lock is easy to pick to so I'm glad Cutter upgraded to these laser cut keys.

The locking mechanism isn't buttery smooth, I often and have give it a couple tries to turn it all the way. But that may just be because I'm not used to these style of keys and/or the mechanism will break in after a bit more use.

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Steve Simpson

Steve Simpsonwrote a review of on June 2, 2012

5 5

The material is a polyester mesh, similar to what you would find on a basketball jersey. So it's super cool and breathable. My body runs hot so I'm always drenched in sweat and this jersey is perfect.

The cut isn't excessively baggy like you'll find on a lot of MTB gear. I'm 6'3" 200lbs with a 42 inch chest and the L fits me great. Fairly fitted but has enough room to move and long enough which is hard to find for me without sizing up and getting a super baggy fit.

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Steve Simpsonwrote a review of on June 2, 2012

5 5

Do you spend 40 hours a week in a shop or factory cranking out as many bikes per day as possible? No? Then these beam style wrenches are a much better option than ratchet styles. They last longer, they're much cheaper and they're accurate.

They don't come with any bits (besides the 3/8 in adapter on the TW-1) so be prepared with your own hex socket set.

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