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Craig L

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Craig L

Craig Lwrote a review of on September 10, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Much easier to find a tapered steer tube suspension fork these days, and if you pick up a steel hardtail with a straight head tube, this is what you will need to get rolling. So far I have thrown one of these in a Surly Instigator and an All City Electric Queen, no problems on either one. Cane creek 40 series is a solid value and solid performance.

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Craig Lwrote a review of on July 5, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I did a back to back test with these bad boys, actual clipless shoes, and an old pair of vans. I honestly forgot at one point that these weren't clipped in and tried to pull up on the pedal in a sprint; they are that sticky. They are much stiffer and offer more support than a traditional skate shoe, and the grip on the pedals is soo confidence inspiring and nice its night and day. Highly Highly recommend. I'm making the switch from clipless after (among other things) falling down the spine on the Wasatch Crest Trail due to not getting a foot out. No need to add insult to injury by being attached to your bike and having it attack you on your way down as well If you need further inspiration to switch to flats, check out the relatively common injury on google wherein which peoples handlebars rupture their femoral artery after their bike attacks them from being clipped in.

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