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4 5

I've been riding one of these for the last 5000 miles. The saddle gives you a firm platform, with multiple positions to work with. It's pretty conformatable, especially for riding up on the brake hoods. Maybe not the greatest for spending a long time in the drops. The nose is a little wide and sometimes my legs rub on it.

The saddle is pretty durable. Before I installed the Aliante, I had broken the rails of two other saddles. 5000+ miles later and this saddle looks like new.

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4 5

I got these on a super deal during the 21 days of the TdF sale. The spokes are attached directly to the carbon, i.e. it's not simply a plastic fairing. Spoke nipples are recessed, and you will need an internal spoke wrench (not included) to true them. Handling is very predictable and solid. I've had zero problems in cross winds. I've done a number of races on these wheels and am very confident pushing them hard through corners. Aero benefit seems to come in around 22-23 mph.

Spoke tension is extremely high and even, especially in the rear wheel. My only complaint is that it is seems the wheels weren't completely stress relieved at the factory. The first ride I was greeted with "ping, ping, ping" and slightly out of true wheels. To be fair, since that initial episode, the wheels haven't moved at all in a couple thousand miles.

Just an update after another couple thousand miles. I found that after riding in the rain it's possible to collect a substantial amount of water in these wheels. After riding in the rain, it's sometimes necessary to remove the tire and tube to drain the water out of them.

Update after about 9 months of riding. So far, so good, except I had a spoke snap in the front wheel while the bike was parked.

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5 5

5'6", 155 lbs, 33" waist. Bought the large. Overall, these are very nice bibs. Fit while riding is excellent. Same cut as the Verona. Straps are short, and the bibs do take some effort to in and out of. Probably not the best if you are taller or packing a few extra pounds around the middle.

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5 5

Just got my shoes. These are true to size, but, they are definitely narrow and low volume. So if you have narrow and or flat feet (as I do), these are the perfect shoe for you. Seem to be pretty comfortable, but will update after logging some miles.

Update: I've ridden a couple hundred miles in these shoes and they are amazing. Perfect fit with great power transfer via carbon fiber sole.

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4 5

I'm 5'6", 155 lbs, 42" chest. Got the large, which fits pretty good, although the midsection is a little loose. This is a good jersey if you have an athletic build with some muscle up top. Arms are loose fit, but for me I didn't have any flapping. Overall a nice jersey and a great deal if you can score it from BT.

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5 5

I've ridden in this jacket for about 2 weeks in all temperatures from 32F to 48F, very windy, no wind, dry weather and in light rain. In all conditions it's kept me warm and dry with just a base layer underneath. This is the one piece of gear I can honestly say was worth every dollar I paid for it.

I'm 5'6, 155 lbs. I bought the XL because I'm wide in the shoulders and expected to layer up underneath it. Probably should have gotten the large. Even so, the jacket is cut tight enough that it doesn't flap in the wind. I appreciate the high armpits which ensure you don't have wings flapping in the breeze slowing you down.

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