The Good: The suspension, the build quality and the handling.
The Bad: Gives you too much confidence lol!Overall Review: The Norco Range A 7.1 2015 is a beast!!!! It may not have a carbon frame but it will not stop you getting confidence to take on anything you see on the trail. I have to take my hat off to Norco. They simply hit the bullseye with their line up of mountain bikes. Honestly I still had that frame of mind that Norco just makes budget bikes. A few years ago I never once considered getting a Norco if you were serious about hitting the trails. That was the past, but now I realise that I was very wrong. I love Norco's geometry. The build quality is one of the best. I have owned different brand mountain bikes in the past and I Read More »
The Good: Fit well, don't slip, like you aren't wearing anything at all....
The Bad: They don't slip down while riding and protect your ankles from pedal bite...Overall Review: I have used/tried several other pads in the past, non-7idp, and was irritated by the way they feel, slip, etc. I actually like wearing the Control Knee pad because it stays in place, you can't feel that it's on and of course the protective quality. Out of any pads I have tried/worn, these are my favorite. In fact, I am wearing them every time I ride unlike the others I left in my gear bag. This is a great product..... I recommend them without hesitation.
The Good: Great looks, Durable, Wide, great feel, Weight is low for and aluminum DH bar
The Bad: No center marks or cut off linesOverall Review: I picked up the Atomlab DHR bars after seeing them at Interbike 2014. I was looking to replace the stock cockpit and was impressed with both the DHR bars and SL stem from Atomlab. They have several colors to go with the scheme of most bike, but I went with the white decal black bars and black stem to coordinate with the white accents on my 2015 Cannondale Jekyll. The bars are wide (800mm) and have a good feel with 5 degrees of upsweep and 9 degrees of backsweep. A lot of bars have 10 degrees of backsweep which works well with shorter bars, but on something this wide the angle is a bit extreme at the grips, so I was happy to Read More »