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Seneb

Seneb

Toro Park, Fort Ord, Coastal & Central California

Seneb's Passions

Snow Skiing
Road Biking
Mountain Biking

Seneb's Bio

In my spare time I run Gears 4 Good, a small non-profit dedicated to providing bikes for people who need but can't afford them. www.gears4good.org

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Senebwrote a review of on October 30, 2014

My Hamstrings Weren't Happy
2 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I was excited to try this saddle but it just didn't work due to the strange shape, and I tried adjusting the angle and setback a couple times. The back of the saddle has a nice butt pocket, but when positioned there (and farther forward) the flared corners dug into my hamstrings with each pedal stroke making riding extremely uncomfortable. There is minimal firm padding, but that wouldn't be a problem if the ergonomics were better. If they hacked off those odd corners this might be a great saddle. As for the construction and materials the saddle is very nice, which is no surprise since it is made in Italy by Selle Italia.

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Senebwrote a review of on October 28, 2014

Great Glasses
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After thoroughly scratching my last set of glasses, I spent a while looking at options and finally settled on these. I only have the one set of lenses so I can't comment on swapping them out, but the blue spectra lenses have a nice tone to them. It would be nice if they were polarized, but they are still great. The nose pieces are soft and tacky but not sticky and help the glasses stay put. They're light and flexible and I forget about them once they are on, just as it should be.

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Senebwrote a review of on October 28, 2014

Looks ok, doesn't grip well off road
3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I liked the look of these cages and used them for a while on my road bike before trying something lighter. They hold ok for the road as long as things don't get too rough. After transferring them to my CX bike, I found they don't grip enough for bouncy stuff. The cage is essentially a sleeve and has no spring to it like standard cages. They also left more marks on the bottle than most other cages I've used.

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Senebwrote a review of on October 28, 2014

Handy Dandy
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These mounts are great, and I now have them on all of my bikes. The stock Garmin mount works fine, but I don't like the look of the rubber bands on the stem and there is no angle adjustment. The Bar Fly gets the Garmin out front a bit making it easier to see and allows you to adjust the angle to best suit you.

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