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Jeffrey V.

Jeffrey V.

Moraga

Jeffrey V.'s Passions

Road Biking
Cyclocross

Jeffrey V.'s Bio

SF Bay Area based

Jeffrey V.

Jeffrey V.wrote a review of on September 16, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This jersey is a great fall/autumn addition. There is a bit of room in the sizing so, I can wear it over another jersey, if I want an extra layer. Soft inner lining is comfortable and warm, while the rear pockets are large enough to carry a variety of things. Great quality and feel in the jersey construction and is a versitile addition for cooler riding conditions. Plus, the UCI Rainbow bands are fun, even if you are not going to win the Worlds (like me).

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Jeffrey V.

Jeffrey V.wrote a review of on June 30, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The 105 pedals are a fantastic value for money. I got them at the discounted (48%) rate, and with minimal differences to the Ultegra and Dura Ace pedals, are a great value. Weight is the thing that sets the 105s between the heavier R540 (404 g actual weight) and the (claimed) lighter Ultegra (248 g/pair) and Dura Ace (228 g/pair). At 285 g claimed weight, 352 g actual, the weight difference to the higher end pedals will not bother most riders.

I had the R540 pedals and the wider platform of the 105s gives them a more stable feeling, although I have never had cleats slip out of either pedal. Overall, the 105s are a great option to cut some weight and get some of the benefits of above entry level pedals.

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Jeffrey V.

Jeffrey V.wrote a review of on June 17, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I own the Wahoo ELMNT Bolt bundle (computer, speed/cadence & heart rate) & run it on 2 bikes. I picked-up this sensor so I would not have to switch a single speed sensor between 2 wheelsets (both have the Wahoo speed sensor). You could use 1 sensor for mutiple bikes, but would have to move the sensor onto the appropriate wheel.

Easy to set-up & use: hook-up the sensor & pair with your phone using the Wahoo app & your ready to go! I have tried a couple of cheaper knock-off sensors, but they did not pair easily with my phone (iphone) or did not accurately gauge the speed. If you do not have a Wahoo computer, you should be able to pair the sensor with any ANT+ or Bluetooth Smart products (although, I have not tried this).

Overall, I have had no issues with the sensor (or the computer) over 4km miles of riding & would recommend Wahoo products.

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