Alex Fleming

Alex Fleming

Houston, TX

Alexander's Passions

Snowboarding
Biking
Alex Fleming

Alex Fleming wrote a review of on March 23, 2011

4 5

I've taken this jersey on multiple 50+ mile endurance rides and two hour road bike races in Texas. Neither did I over heat or feel constricted in my movements. I have a 40" chest and the medium fits loosely enough to breath normally but snug enough that the bladder does not slide around on my back. A normal cycling jersey/shirt over this racebak does help as well to keep the racebak in place.

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Alex Fleming wrote an answer about on March 23, 2011

They sure will. The Arbor boards use the 4-hole pattern, which these bindings have. These bindings also have the 3-hole pattern. The only boards they won't work with are boards with Burton's channel 2-hole pattern. A special disk would be required for those boards.

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Alex Fleming wrote a review of on February 18, 2011

4 5

Great light for night rides within the city limits and out in the dark of night outside the city. 4 settings: high, medium, low, and flashing. You have to hold the on/off button after the light is on to turn it off, and then keep holding the button to change it to flashing. The power button illuminates while the light is on to show how much charge is left. The faster a red light blinks under the green constant light, the shorter the run time that's left. The blinking speed will change as the light mode changes through settings from high to flashing

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Alex Fleming wrote an answer about on January 12, 2009

The front crank set is not dependent on what the rear cassette size is. The only components that are dependent on 9 or 10 are the shifters, rear derailer, chain, and chain length. If the largest chainring is larger than your current size (count the teeth, the largest ring on this one is 52 teeth), you will need to buy a new chain to lengthen it. Do not try to add links to your current chain to lengthen it. The more and more times you cut a chain, the weaker it gets.

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Alex Fleming wrote a review of on January 2, 2009

4 5

Great pair of mittens. Liners fit well and still allowed for great dexterity. I wore just the mittens around the base of the mountain and they were really warm, my hand was starting to sweat alittle. These mittens also dry really well over night, they were not moist at all any of the mornings after boarding all day the previous day.

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Alex Fleming wrote a review of on January 2, 2009

5 5

These goggles never fogged on me! They have a vent at the top of the lenses to air out the goggles, I left it open the whole time and never had any problems. The flowing air didn't dry out my contacts either. The goggles sit very comfortably on my face, I never pulled them off to relieve my face from the pressure or ended the day with red goggle rings around my face. The clip in the back was new for me and I really liked being able to snap the goggles on and off rather than over my head, hat, hood, etc. The only downside to these is I had the platinum lenses and they are not good in low light conditions, kinda understood. However, on the more sunny days, they were perfect!

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Alex Fleming wrote a review of on October 10, 2008

5 5

Great mountain bike pedals, great entry level pedal as well, the spring in the clamp allow for a wide range of comfort for releasing cleats, easiest release is still tight enough to hold in your cleat. This pedal also requires minimum maintenance (some required). Also use them as road pedals, work well as road pedals, walking is a little goofy, but on the bike, the work well.

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