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Gabriele G.

Gabriele G.

Gabriele G.

Gabriele G.wrote a review of on December 3, 2017

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use a diluted degreaser and clean ~once every 3 rides (~10-40 miles each), at least so far in this rainy Oregon fall season. Chain comes out clean enough for all but the fanatics. Noticeably quieter drivetrain since I started using this vs. brushes/degreaser/rag. Subtracting one star b/c I dropped on the pavement one time and the cheap brittle plastic cracked and now leaks. Don't imagine you'll find a better chain cleaning solution than this for regular and quick cleanings.

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Gabriele G.

Gabriele G.wrote a review of on December 3, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Shield from wind and rain--you can feel rain drops, and I wouldn't call them water proof, but as long as it's above ~38 degrees and I'm putting out watts, I can ride in a full downpour and be okay. Any colder and I go full winter bib, particularly on a short or low intensity ride.. I was a bit surprised how far I had to pull them up (and under my bib shorts of course) to keep them from slipping down, but this also helps keep me warmer than if they only went mid thigh. I pull them nearly to top of thigh and they end ~ 4 inches below my knee. If you have skinnier legs, I would go medium. Used for commuting and training rides. Logged roughly 300 miles on them, mostly on road, some gravel and mud, no signs of wear yet. Easy enough to take off roadside and tuck in jersey pocket.

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