slow in boston

slow in boston

slow in boston

slow in boston wrote a review of on February 23, 2012

2 5

This is supposed to replace your saddle bag and tuck away in your jersey pocket. The bag is simply too big to fit in all of my jerseys without folding it in some manner. Capo, Rapha, Castelli, etc, they all have pockets smaller than the bag. Needs about 3cm removed height wise.

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slow in boston

slow in boston wrote a review of on February 23, 2012

3 5

Received my stand and it was painted in a sloppy manner. There are areas where the blue rustproofing was simply absent.

All the hardware was in the box, so no missing nuts or bolts. This stand really needs to be coupled with a hanging stand, so you can just toss it up and hang from the saddle for the quick fixes. If you know what you can and can't do with this stand, it's not a bad investment.

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slow in boston

slow in boston wrote a review of on February 23, 2012

4 5

4 stars due to a defect in the first item I received. The threading was coming undone on the wrap so sent it back and received a proper product 2nd time around. This goes in the jersey pocket. All I need for those 'just in case' scenarios. It's light, compact, and sexy, well as sexy as a multitool can be

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slow in boston wrote a review of on October 31, 2011

3 5

This and the bib were on some sort of buy 1, get the other free sale during the autumn and I bit on it, as I have been looking for an orange kit for some time. It says slim fit, but I'd say it's more of a club fit, so sizing down would be best if you like the more Euro race cut.

Not sure I would order the RC kit again. Overpriced and the bibs are terrible quality/price. The graphics are pleasing and not obnoxious, which is the saving grace.

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slow in boston

slow in boston wrote a review of on October 31, 2011

5 5

If you asked a class full of design and engineering students to come up with something to hold a bicycle upright, they should all put down their wacom tablets and popsicle sticks, and simply tell the professor it doesnt get much better than this stand. And unlike many cycling accessories, this is one of few that is accurately priced.

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