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5 5

had them on the bike for about 6 months now, they are solid. i dunno about 60 bucks solid, but they sure look real bling. and that the important part of a cage right?

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2 5

i dont know about this one. I bought it to put on my commuter that frequently got left out in the rain... it keeps it semi smooth at best, and thats after cleaning it with a chain tool. It picks up road vomit like none other. nothing better than feeling gravel in your drive train. I use dumonde tech lite on my road bike and it is flawless, so i was expecting that level of performance here, but it did not deliver.

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5 5

I bought this jacket to wear for early season rides, and a packable rain shell, and this thing rocks. it packs down small enough to stuff in a waterbottle cage, when things get too hot. I have worn this in light rain and been very happy with its performance. The breathability of eVent is great. Some other reviews said they got damp inside of it, which i believe, but they would be drowning in a goretex shell. The warmth is a unexpected perk for me, As far as sizing, im 5'11'' 185 with long arms and torso, and the XL fits great. It is a little bigger that i would like on the bottom, but hey hem cinch! The finish is top notch. I agree with the other reviewers that the zippers are pretty hardcore, but feel solid and work well enough. Overall if your looking for a lightweight rain/early season jacket, i think this one is a winner.

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5 5

I bought these from my lbs when i got my bike, and they are my first clipless petal. The cleat/shoe interaction is pretty simple and straight forward. The engagement action took me a little to get use to, but it is becoming somewhat natural. I never question where i am "clipped in" or not, there is a definite click, and an instant engagement. The float is nice, but i think cleat placement on the shoe is more important to comfort than float. If anything happens after i put some serious miles on them i will update, but from initial use, i expect them to be the typical high shimano quality and perform well over their life.

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seen the light?
5 5

So i have had this product for a while, and feel confidante in giving it a longer review. I use this for 2 purposes, both on a commuter, and a road bike. The interchange is simple and easy, and it looks good on the bike, but thats not why you buy this. The light is incredible. Often i ride where there are no street lights out in the country, and its dark dark, but the light keeps a beam of joy in front of me. The flash is retina searing if you need a super aggressive daytime light for commuting in heavy traffic. I have never used it like that, but i could see lots of people giving you the bird. Its that bright. For how I use it, I think the dual setup is a little overkill, but might be justified if you ride DH and need a crazy splay of lights. The hi/lo feature is nice for saving battery on long rides. The battery has an led that is blue when your good, and red when you need to be getting home or finding a friend. For a two bill light, i cant see anything being much better. The battery is pretty light, and long lasting both in burn time and in life cycles. Its taken a couple hard drops onto concrete and rocks, and survived with minimal scratches, although Ive never drop it on the lens. Overall Im impressed with its quality and life. when/if this dies i will buy another.

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