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Every 30 days we award the Top User Reviewer with a little prize. This month Jenson USA pitched in a $100 gift card! Vital MTB member dirtworks911 wrote several great reviews, earning the Top Reviewer spot. Here's a recap of his best:

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Crank Brothers Mallet DH/Race Clipless Pedals - "I purchased these pedals because I wanted ultimate traction but with the performance perks of being clipped in. They took a little time to get used to how grippy they were have fallen In love with them since. The left pedal screws that hold the platform together came loose but after tightening them, have remained tight. Made of high quality medal (no plastic), excellent grip, and a 5 year warranty, I really can't see how anyone could go wrong picking these pedals up. I would recommend these pedals to anyone." - Read more»

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Race Face Sixc 35 Handlebar - "When Race Face came out with the SixC line-up, it shocked the mountain biking industry in stiffness and weight. The SixC bars are at the top of it all. At 213g actual weight, they are the stiffest bars I have ever owned. If you haven't tried the 35mm claims diameter, it makes a huge difference in stiffness and responsiveness. If you are looking into getting a 35mm bar, I would strongly recommend the SixC bars for it's stiffness/weight ratio, finish, and rise and color options. I don't really give out 5 stars, but Race Face earned it on these. 5 stars." - Read more»

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Troy Lee Designs A1 Helmet - "TLD did their homework before they designed this helmet. They knew what people wanted and even added more to that want list once it came out with the adjustable visor. Everything on the helmet is top quality minus, in my opinion, the retention system nob. Would have been nice to see something comparable to boa on it. Great functionality with even more impressive looks. The TLD A1 is totally worth it's retail price. If you can find it on sale, it's a no brainer. 5 stars for looks and functionality. 4 stars for quality (update the materials of theretention system!) 4.5 star average." - Read more»

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Five Ten Freerider Contact Shoe - "The Five Ten Freerider Contact shoes are by far the best fitting, gripping, and looking shoes I have ever owned. They are so amazing I feel I could wear them all day every day. Aside from having the inner threads that hold the shoe together come apart from friction with my crankarms, they have been nothing but perfect. I'm hoping that all that was a fluke. Aside from that, they couldn't have been any more perfect. 5 Stars for everything minus the threads coming undone. 1 Star for that. Average rating: 4 Stars (but will be updated after I speak with their customer service)." - Read more»


Big congrats to dirtworks911! Thanks for helping out the riding scene with your thoughts on these products.

Want to be in the running for next month's award? Start reviewing the parts you use in the Vital MTB Product Guide and keep an eye on the Top Reviewer leaderboard. We'll announce the next winner in early October.

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