I recently moved to the SF bay area and man was it cooler then my old location. This jacket has been my go-to every day. It is light and compact yet warm enough to cut the brisk morning air in the east bay.
This is not only a great company but a great idea for a bag. I purchased this for work and it is great. It holds everything you could ever want for business. It looks great and has plenty of functionality for work or play.
Don't bother. This looks like it is a little late but I've ran the Pave for a long time now and normal tubes are just fine. Vittoria tires are the best. No need to waist your money on a tube that may last you a week.
This will work for a road tire but when you need something for cross/mtb I wouldn't recommend tape. The higher volume of a road tire will help old the tire in place whereas in the dirt you tend to want to run low pressure which is harder on the mastic.
Use what the Pro's use. The Vittoria Mastic is the only glue to use for cross. It's fairly easy to use and is very hard to roll a tire if glued correctly. Two applications on the rim then two on the tire.
For trail riding this fork is a great product. As a 100mm race fork the CTD is pointless. When I'm racing I don't want to take my hands off the bar to change the fork mode. I will say that fox upgraded my damper for free to a terralogic and it is much better for a racer. Fox does a few other things a little funny when it comes to 100mm "race" forks. They don't tune the forks to firm as I'd expect. Rather they tune it to "M". I think the CTD would be best for forks from 120mm and above.
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Zipp moved the threads from the face plate to the stem this year. This simple change made this stem 1000x better. Last years stem was so hard to torch down you would most likely strip the bolts. Zipp makes a great product and obviously they've learned something and made steps to correct flaws.