Evan Grott

Evan Grott

Gearhead

Wasatch Mountains, Moab

Evan Grott's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Running
Skiing

Evan Grott's Bio

I'm orginally from a small town in upstate New York. I moved out to Utah in September of 10' and am loving every second of it. I had the best ski season of my life this past year and am looking forward to many more.

0 Comments

0 Comments

Evan Grott

Evan Grottwrote a review of on July 26, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It has gotten to the point where i own multiple of these. I try to leave one everywhere so that I can simply have one everywhere, friends houses in other states, my car, my back back, you name it I take my hammock with me. these are durable and worth every penny for the lounging comfort that is given back.

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

Evan Grott

Evan Grottwrote a review of on July 26, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

just as effective as any other brush set, handle are nice and big for solid gripping. brushes move grime off the bike thus leaving you with a clean shiny bike

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

Evan Grott

Evan Grottwrote a review of on June 29, 2016

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

love how thick the padding is on top, holds bikes in very stable, down tube straps work well. inner ribs are pointless. awesome truck fashion accessory. My truck now looks thick and juicy full of whoopdys on the back.

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

Evan Grott

Evan Grottwrote a review of on June 2, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

i have only had to use these once, I typically run tubeless (you should too) but when mud hits the fan and you are out there in the middle of nowhere with stans all over the ground and you're left shaking your head. You will come to find these are still a necessity

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

Evan Grott

Evan Grottwrote a review of on May 23, 2016

4 5

It is at least a better than a brown box, I used this bike bag to protect my 29er during travel. When assembling the bag, the first thing I noticed was some of the fiberglass rods that give the bag structure were a bit too long for the sleeves provided, but I was able to chop about ¼ inch off the two that were too long. After this, the bike pack was pretty straight forward and the 29er wheels fit fine in the wheel pockets. I put the bike in a stand and attached the frame to the dropouts, made it a little less cumbersome. After I had all the packing in place I simply removed the bike from the stand and slid it into the bag. I did have to use a few extra zip ties and the handlebar strap seemed it was designed for a road bar and placed a wide mountain bar too high in the case. Total pack time was about 20 minutes. The case seemed to do exactly as designed and the bike arrived without damage. Only thing that could make this bag better would be the ability to compact it more for storage as it takes up a ton of space as well as having all the wheels swivel makes it a bit tough to control when rolling it around.

(0)

 

0 Comments

Evan Grott

Evan Grottwrote a review of on May 2, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

i've been running these for several rides now and have fallen in love, not only does a new pedal make a world of difference these are pretty darn light for the price and very low profile. they do come with replacement nubs incase you lose one or wear them down to nothing.

(0)

 

0 Comments

Evan Grott

Evan Grottwrote a review of on May 2, 2016

3 5

These guys are a little narrower than lets say the freerider, also a bit stiffer under foot. I only ran this shoe as a flat before I had some seams blow out, Warranty process was fast but was then extremely disappointed to find that on the replacement shoes they missed a whole row of stitching making the velcro strap useless and my first ride inconvenient to say the least. Warranty round 2 must be the charm right?

(0)

 

0 Comments