Added reply in a thread Hand Brake 4/9/2010 12:10 PM

Hand brake indeed.

Added a comment about feature Product Blog: Pro-Tec B2 SXP Helmet 3/30/2010 10:23 AM

Thanks for the write up. I need a new helmet and I am partial to the soft foam as well. I'll give this one a try though. I like how the riders finger is on the lever even though there's no cable, ha.

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Added reply in a thread Bunnyhop Stories 3/29/2010 12:17 PM

Does anyone remember a show called CrankTV? I think that was the name, it was on around '96 i think. Anyway when that show was on they would air a GT comercial with Dave Volker riding around with a side shot of him hopping up a curb. It was that ad that ... more ยป

Added a product review for Race Face Atlas Cinch Cranks 3/18/2010 8:45 AM

RF atlas FR cranks.


The Good: Tough, Fairly light wieght, Looks pretty sweet.

The Bad: The price, and no steel threaded pedal insert may concern some.

Overall: I like them. I was at first concerned about the lack of a steel insert. I've torn out pedals from cranks that don't have them so I was a little worried. However I've had these for almost a year and no issue yet. I got them in Black and the finish is holding up really well.

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Added a product review for Thomson Elite Seatpost 3/18/2010 8:24 AM

Best post money can buy.


The Good: Light, strong, clean, beautiful

The Bad: A bit on the spendy side.

Overall: The best post. Super strong, it has an ovalized inner diameter (more material where needed less where not), and a "one piece" design. But perhaps one of the best features is the finish. It is tough. I hate when post paint fades and wheres through after a few times of moving the post (fsa). looks crappy and cheap. And the OD of the post always seems to be perfect, no forcing into the seat tube should be nessasary.

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Added a product review for Wellgo MG-1 Flat Pedal 3/16/2010 10:37 AM

If you can get the cheap, do it.


The Good: Light wieght sealed Pins are screwed in from top, not through the body

The Bad: A little thick.

Overall: Although not as thin as some pedals, still one of the best deals. I love the pins. When they get damaged you can still unscrew them without damaging the body threads. You may have to use pliers but thats better than having to cut damaged pins just take them out and risk ruining the body threads. For example the trailmix pedals.

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