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Parker Dougherty

Parker Dougherty

Parker Dougherty

Parker Doughertywrote a review of on August 29, 2009

5 5

Great little tool for all sorts of rides. I don't like carrying a ton of tools and this is a good compromise of tools vs. weight. Who is going to do major repairs while on a ride (if I blow a spoke or chain my ride is done and I'll limp back or call someone) Everybody needs to carry one of these tools.

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Parker Dougherty

Parker Doughertywrote a review of on August 29, 2009

5 5

Rode in the Atmos before this. When the Ionos first came out I tried it on and it looked huge on my head. But as I wore my Atmos more and more started noticing the two pressure points on my forehead more and more so decided to give the Ionos a try. No pressure points, tons of ventilation, the look grew on me too. Great Helmet! It rocks glasses really well, no slipping out of the vents when off your face. Plus it came with a really great winter pad to keep your head warm without having to wear a hat, great fall and spring time alternative.

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Parker Dougherty

Parker Doughertywrote a review of on August 29, 2009

5 5

Wrote a review of this kit on the modena jersey page (I got the black kit). Shorts are really comfortable on all lengths of rides. Most companies skimp out on quality when they get into their lower priced gear. This is Capo's cheapest (still spendy) kit and the chamois is GREAT! Worth every penny, especially if they are on sale.

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Parker Dougherty

Parker Doughertywrote a review of on August 29, 2009

5 5

I have to agree with the other reviewer, Capo nailed it with this one! I have gotten lots of compliments with this kit. I got the black jersey and shorts (the kit is Euro sizing so order accordingly). The graphics on this kit are very simple, yet will stand out in a group. All the Capo gear I've bought has been super comfortable on all lengths of rides - planning on getting the RealCyclist Capo kit next.

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