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5 5

i haven't had a mount problem like previous posters. for me this light just works. Looong time before needing recharging, and super bright. I love that I don't have to think about or worry about my rear light being adequate, whether or not i should change the battery, etc.

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5 5

i also went through many different bags. I hate carrying too much in my jersey, but also my legs always rubbed any other type of saddle bag except for the thin arrundels, like this one. You can fit a ton in this... i have a tube, 2 CO2s, a mini-pump (lezyne), patch kit, crank tool and mini tool.

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3 5

u get what you pay for? i like this bib, good fit, good feel and compression... versatile black with silver trim, and a good price, but i think the trade off in price is in the quality of the bib. It's adequate for 1 hour rides but any longer and I start to get a little chafe at the bottom of the buttock crease. It's not a seam or anything, i just think the padding quality is not as good as you'd get in a more expensive bib.

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4 5

nothing wrong with this product, replaces a faulty/worn HRM strap. but you read enough forums about HRM straps and you find the polar strap works fine with the Garmin HRM with a little modification of the button snaps... and it's cheaper than the garmin replacement strap.

in my experience, the straps have a lifetime of about 3-4 months if you sweat a lot in a hot environment, riding daily.

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4 5

love the look, fit and feel. but if you sweat buckets, the material doesn't breathe well. u get the sensation you've got wet plastic around your legs. I know i sweat a lot more than other people so this won't be a problem for most. and despite this, i can't say i felt any hotter because of it.

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5 5

i've tried almost many different types (notably not doc's skin care or morgan's blue) but this does the best job for the price, imho. I lather up well before every ride. it seems to spread better (and therefore you use less) and provides good lubrication. all time favourite cream is dz nuts but it costs a ton and you have to use a lot of it for adequate coverage. dz nuts also is nice to treat areas of chafe after you've showered and dried off.

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3 5

top tube cage i haven't had issues with but the one on the seat tube doesn't hold the bottle well enough. Pops out with a big enough bump. Fixed this with a small piece of rubber band that i used to tie the ends of the cage so they don't spread so easily... so i've neutralized the problem with minimal effort, although would be nice if the product just worked. i like the white look on my black frame.

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4 5

Over 1 year with this helmet. You'd be hard pressed to find a comparable helmet for the price and very low weight. I use this on race days, typically not for training. No problems with vents, straps or comfort. My one gripe is that my glasses don't slide into the forehead vents. I wear Oakley Radar Paths, and they fit perfectly on my day to day helmet (Giro Ionos). So when I wear the X-Lite and want to put up my shades, they go behind my head. Not a huge deal, but I do wish it fit the oakley earpieces better.

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