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Kent Reynolds

Kent Reynolds

Bend, Oregon

Kent Reynolds's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Running
Biking
Paddling
Skiing

Kent Reynolds's Bio

Hello, My name is Kent Reynolds. I have had a long time interest in sports and the outdoors. It seemed only natural to combine the two the last 30 years. Here is the short version.
I graduated from Oregon in '88 and went to work for the Swoosh. I learned a great deal quickly in that 7 year tenure. I had the opportunity to work in Retailing and the Apparel Production departments. Met some wonderful people.
I wanted to see some of this world so I got started guiding people on bike around the Western US , Canada and France. Great times were had. Again met some great people and had the chance to see and taste things I simply would not of had the opportunity to experience at that time in my life.
After settling in Hood River for a bit in '94 I co-authored a couple guide books about mountain biking in the state of Oregon. Single track anthology - Hood River and Central Oregon. I learned what it was like working for several years on a project with a buddy and taking that work from idea to hard copy. A great sense of completion at books end. Many fond memories here- really Tyler!
I will come back and continue this saga. Out the door for now! Back out on the bike! Keep riding!

Kent Reynolds

Kent Reynoldswrote a review of on November 29, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I know but it was hard to resist at this like these. You have found the safest and most sturdy bumper rack on the market. The 2.0 has update tid bits that really did not need updating in my opinion. I own the first version as well. The lock was made stronger and easier to use. The latch to swivel the position of the unit so the bike fold away for the rear of the car has been beefed up. Over all the entire unit is much beefier than the original. It is the whole package. The 2 inch receiver unit can take the add on also give you 4 bike capacity. Not available on the 1.25 unit. Worth the money!

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Kent Reynoldswrote a review of on November 8, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 185 lbs
Size Purchased: Large

I bought this jacket to wear out around town for casual purposes. It looked warm and it is. Well placed lined pockets that keep your hands warm on cooler eves. It fit me perfectly at 5'10" 185. Size L. Same quality you would expect from KUHL.

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Kent Reynoldswrote a review of on October 16, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

In Sept 2017 we purchased a Yeti Tundra 105 Cooler. Since that time it has been on one extended road trip (6 days) in the Pacific NW. The superior thermodynamics of the cooler became immediately apparent during this usage.
I’m impressed by the construction, ruggedness and warranty program. The 105 is a taller beastie (vs length) which works well in the pickup bed and as a seat.
I’m looking forward to summer 2018 during which it’s dry ice usage ability will be realized. Overall, a solid product.

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Kent Reynoldswrote a review of on October 2, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

We have so many of these things around the house! We use them every chance we get because we know they work. They keep the hot- hot and the cold -cold for the entire day! If we come back from a bike or hike to a hot car we know our refreshments will be cold and that make us HAPPY! COLD BEER! We like cold beer!

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Kent Reynoldswrote a review of on October 2, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The first thing I noticed is this pack has lots of compartments for such a small pack. I had a place for all my tools, an extra wind jacket, food, phone and the rest with room to spare during my day rides. It always take a day to get used to the new places you stash things in some packs - right. It took me a moment on the first use to locate my allen set - but ya that could be me. 100oz water storage and I was a happy guy knowing everything was behind me while using this hydro bag. No issues at all during my first 5 uses and love it today.

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Kent Reynoldswrote a review of on September 11, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 182 lbs
Size Purchased: xl

This is probably the best fitting button up I own. It actually makes me appear as if I do not drink and the beer I do. And living in Bend that is a big deal or slim deal. Light weight and a tailored fit works for me. I purchased it in XL and that is what my 5'10" 180 lb frame usually takes. Like to wear it out and I will shop the brand again in button ups.

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Kent Reynoldswrote a review of on September 11, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love this bike! Ascending is cake; and the descent is awesome! Going through rock gardens and rocky areas are so smooth, it feels as if the ground has been smoothed out in front of you! The raked out front tire/fork provides a stable ride. The handle bars were a bit uncomfortable the first few days ( I initially thought they would be too wide) but now that I am used to them, I would never go back to narrower bars. It is really easy to maneuver, and it begins to feel like it is part of your body. Wouldn’t trade this bike for the world, very happy with my purchase!

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Kent Reynoldswrote a review of on September 11, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 182 lbs
Size Purchased: 36

These shorts are super comfy! They are very light and wick very quickly. The fit me perfectly. I ordered a 36 and I measure out about a 35. You can take them hiking or even out on the town when shorts are appropriate. They do it all and I plan to buy another pair very soon! Get some!

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