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Robert Jensen

Robert Jensen

, Gearhead

Draper, UT

Robert Jensen's Passions

Biking
Snowboarding

Robert Jensen's Bio

You can find me most everyday riding one of bikes! MTB, Road, even a little TT and Fatbiking in the winter. I have my own personal fleet to keep me busy. We have three dogs and Ridley (named after the bicycle) gets to spend time out on the trail with me in either snow or dirt. I also spend some time in the winter snowboarding w/ a little cross country skiing tossed in for good measure. My MTB of choice is currently my Ibis HD4. Point it down the trail or in some cases lack there of and hit fast and loose, the rougher the better.

Robert Jensen

Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 20, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 175 lbs
Size Purchased: small

Digging these pads, I haven't taken a serious digger in them yet but feel when I do they will be up to the task. I was wearing a much thinner pad with less protection which I still use on my more XC rides, but for a run in the Mountains with some serious descending I grab these first.

I was a bit in between the S and M on the size chart and went with the small just for the fact that I wanted it a bit tighter around the knees. I'll measure my calf and thigh and add that to my review, if my calf was any bigger they would be to tight.

They stay in place and are pretty comfortable. My only complaint is that if you happen to kneel down in dirt or take a digger you will end up with dirt in the open part of the pad which can then fall out on the floor in the house.

All in all great pad!

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 19, 2019

Seriously it's that good
5 5

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

I haven't had a chance to make it to the Park yet, but I was able to Hike-A-Bike this bad mama jama up a couple thousand feet to crush some steep trails. I custom built my V10 up with Ohlins Suspension and I can't believe how incredible smooth and supple this bike rides and feels. It encourages you to simply let of the brakes and to simply go with it. If you need..... wait slash that who cares if you need it, GET ONE and have some fun.!!!

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 14, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 145 lbs
Size Purchased: Large

I love this jacket. I am 5’9” and 145lbs and got the large and it has room to layer. My favorite parts about the jacket are the number of pockets (and their roomy sizing) and that the zippered collar goes up to cover my neck when it’s cold and windy out. I don’t particularly care for jackets that do not have a collar and leave your neck out cold and require you to bring along a scarf. This jacket is perfect on its own, no need for a scarf! When it comes to warmth, I’d say this jacket is good down to the 30-ies on its own; layered it would go down to the 20-ies (when moving around).

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 14, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

These hiking boots are perfect right out of the box – I was able to just put them on and forget about even wearing these – no pressure points or any discomfort. So I took them out on a 5 mile hike up to Horsetail Falls right away and there were still some patches of snow on the trail (beginning of May), in addition to mud and water. My feet stayed perfectly dry and comfortable the entire hike. Just love these boots and would definitely recommend these to anyone looking for a lightweight yet sturdy pair of hiking boots that do not need any time to break in. For sizing, I am a size 9, and I size up to 9.5 in hiking boots to accommodate for thicker socks and the KEENs were true to size in my opinion.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 13, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 180 lbs
Size Purchased: large

I picked up this jacket not for skiing or boarding but as a nice spring time jacket. This is not what I would normally get style wise but once I had it I really liked it.

I went off the size chart and it fits true to size.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 6, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Megatower, I know it seems that everyone I talk to is NOT in love with the name. They would tell me "I wouldn't buy that bike just based on the name". Well those people will be missing out! It will feel a bit laborous to get up the steep hill and you will wish for your XC bike for that climb. However once you have achieved the summit and the entire reason you purchased this or any long travel 29r for that matter will become apparaent.
The Megatower effortlessly gobbles up the rocks, roots, drops and quite simply would roll over your grandma without a second thought. Whatever I will say about the climbing it's the exact opposite now. The Megatower will turn on the flat loose sand, blow out a berm and quite simply loves to go fast downhill. The front of the bike is confidence inspiring and it will feel you could huck it into almost anything and get away with it. Two wheel drifiting into a berm no biggy run it in there.
I wasn't able to hit the bike park but did run it over a few jumps and in the air feels just as stable as it does on the ground.
Now on to the big question should you buy this bike hmmmmmmm.... Let's take a look at the check list shall we.
Racing Enduro - Love to smash the rocky and steep stuff - Doesn't care about the climb at all - Hitting the bike park and the trails - Just simply love saying MEGATOWER. If you answer yes to any of these it's the bike for you.

Now I know most of you won't have access to all the bikes that we have to ride and test so it boils down to this. I have been out smahsing this bike for the last few days and have had a great time on it, even set a KOM on Strava with it! However when it came time for a 2 hour climb up a techy trail with rocky steep climbs, step ups and cliff edges all for a 10 minute descent well I left the Megatower at home and took my Ripmo.

Pros:
Incredibley Smooth Suspension
Light feeling for such a big bike
Able to run long droppers

Cons:
Not for slow tech / rocky climbs
Climbing steep grades feels laboring
Can't think of anything else

I am 175 lbs 5'9" with a 32" inseam BIke ridden was size Large.

Suspension settings
Fork
70 PSI 3x 10cc Volume spacers (1x stock on Grip2)
4 click LSC 22 click HSC
4 click LSR 6 click HSR

Shock
185 PSI OEM volume spacers
3 click R 5 click LSC
Shock was run in the Low position and the wheels base was short.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 6, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Megatower, I know it seems that everyone I talk to is NOT in love with the name. They would tell me "I wouldn't buy that bike just based on the name". Well those people will be missing out! It will feel a bit laborous to get up the steep hill and you will wish for your XC bike for that climb. However once you have achieved the summit and the entire reason you purchased this or any long travel 29r for that matter will become apparaent.
The Megatower effortlessly gobbles up the rocks, roots, drops and quite simply would roll over your grandma without a second thought. Whatever I will say about the climbing it's the exact opposite now. The Megatower will turn on the flat loose sand, blow out a berm and quite simply loves to go fast downhill. The front of the bike is confidence inspiring and it will feel you could huck it into almost anything and get away with it. Two wheel drifiting into a berm no biggy run it in there.
I wasn't able to hit the bike park but did run it over a few jumps and in the air feels just as stable as it does on the ground.
Now on to the big question should you buy this bike hmmmmmmm.... Let's take a look at the check list shall we.
Racing Enduro - Love to smash the rocky and steep stuff - Doesn't care about the climb at all - Hitting the bike park and the trails - Just simply love saying MEGATOWER. If you answer yes to any of these it's the bike for you.

Now I know most of you won't have access to all the bikes that we have to ride and test so it boils down to this. I have been out smahsing this bike for the last few days and have had a great time on it, even set a KOM on Strava with it! However when it came time for a 2 hour climb up a techy trail with rocky steep climbs, step ups and cliff edges all for a 10 minute descent well I left the Megatower at home and took my Ripmo.

Pros:
Incredibley Smooth Suspension
Light feeling for such a big bike
Able to run long droppers

Cons:
Not for slow tech / rocky climbs
Climbing steep grades feels laboring
Can't think of anything else

I am 175 lbs 5'9" with a 32" inseam BIke ridden was size Large.

Suspension settings
Fork
70 PSI 3x 10cc Volume spacers (1x stock on Grip2)
4 click LSC 22 click HSC
4 click LSR 6 click HSR

Shock
185 PSI OEM volume spacers
3 click R 5 click LSC
Shock was run in the Low position and the wheels base was short.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 6, 2019

4 5

The Megatower, I know it seems that everyone I talk to is NOT in love with the name. They would tell me "I wouldn't buy that bike just based on the name". Well those people will be missing out! It will feel a bit laborous to get up the steep hill and you will wish for your XC bike for that climb. However once you have achieved the summit and the entire reason you purchased this or any long travel 29r for that matter will become apparaent.
The Megatower effortlessly gobbles up the rocks, roots, drops and quite simply would roll over your grandma without a second thought. Whatever I will say about the climbing it's the exact opposite now. The Megatower will turn on the flat loose sand, blow out a berm and quite simply loves to go fast downhill. The front of the bike is confidence inspiring and it will feel you could huck it into almost anything and get away with it. Two wheel drifiting into a berm no biggy run it in there.
I wasn't able to hit the bike park but did run it over a few jumps and in the air feels just as stable as it does on the ground.
Now on to the big question should you buy this bike hmmmmmmm.... Let's take a look at the check list shall we.
Racing Enduro - Love to smash the rocky and steep stuff - Doesn't care about the climb at all - Hitting the bike park and the trails - Just simply love saying MEGATOWER. If you answer yes to any of these it's the bike for you.

Now I know most of you won't have access to all the bikes that we have to ride and test so it boils down to this. I have been out smahsing this bike for the last few days and have had a great time on it, even set a KOM on Strava with it! However when it came time for a 2 hour climb up a techy trail with rocky steep climbs, step ups and cliff edges all for a 10 minute descent well I left the Megatower at home and took my Ripmo.

Pros:
Incredibley Smooth Suspension
Light feeling for such a big bike
Able to run long droppers

Cons:
Not for slow tech / rocky climbs
Climbing steep grades feels laboring
Can't think of anything else

I am 175 lbs 5'9" with a 32" inseam BIke ridden was size Large.

Suspension settings
Fork
70 PSI 3x 10cc Volume spacers (1x stock on Grip2)
4 click LSC 22 click HSC
4 click LSR 6 click HSR

Shock
185 PSI OEM volume spacers
3 click R 5 click LSC
Shock was run in the Low position and the wheels base was short.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 6, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Megatower, I know it seems that everyone I talk to is NOT in love with the name. They would tell me "I wouldn't buy that bike just based on the name". Well those people will be missing out! It will feel a bit laborous to get up the steep hill and you will wish for your XC bike for that climb. However once you have achieved the summit and the entire reason you purchased this or any long travel 29r for that matter will become apparaent.
The Megatower effortlessly gobbles up the rocks, roots, drops and quite simply would roll over your grandma without a second thought. Whatever I will say about the climbing it's the exact opposite now. The Megatower will turn on the flat loose sand, blow out a berm and quite simply loves to go fast downhill. The front of the bike is confidence inspiring and it will feel you could huck it into almost anything and get away with it. Two wheel drifiting into a berm no biggy run it in there.
I wasn't able to hit the bike park but did run it over a few jumps and in the air feels just as stable as it does on the ground.
Now on to the big question should you buy this bike hmmmmmmm.... Let's take a look at the check list shall we.
Racing Enduro - Love to smash the rocky and steep stuff - Doesn't care about the climb at all - Hitting the bike park and the trails - Just simply love saying MEGATOWER. If you answer yes to any of these it's the bike for you.

Now I know most of you won't have access to all the bikes that we have to ride and test so it boils down to this. I have been out smahsing this bike for the last few days and have had a great time on it, even set a KOM on Strava with it! However when it came time for a 2 hour climb up a techy trail with rocky steep climbs, step ups and cliff edges all for a 10 minute descent well I left the Megatower at home and took my Ripmo.

Pros:
Incredibley Smooth Suspension
Light feeling for such a big bike
Able to run long droppers

Cons:
Not for slow tech / rocky climbs
Climbing steep grades feels laboring
Can't think of anything else

I am 175 lbs 5'9" with a 32" inseam BIke ridden was size Large.

Suspension settings
Fork
70 PSI 3x 10cc Volume spacers (1x stock on Grip2)
4 click LSC 22 click HSC
4 click LSR 6 click HSR

Shock
185 PSI OEM volume spacers
3 click R 5 click LSC
Shock was run in the Low position and the wheels base was short.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 6, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Megatower, I know it seems that everyone I talk to is NOT in love with the name. They would tell me "I wouldn't buy that bike just based on the name". Well those people will be missing out! It will feel a bit laborous to get up the steep hill and you will wish for your XC bike for that climb. However once you have achieved the summit and the entire reason you purchased this or any long travel 29r for that matter will become apparaent.
The Megatower effortlessly gobbles up the rocks, roots, drops and quite simply would roll over your grandma without a second thought. Whatever I will say about the climbing it's the exact opposite now. The Megatower will turn on the flat loose sand, blow out a berm and quite simply loves to go fast downhill. The front of the bike is confidence inspiring and it will feel you could huck it into almost anything and get away with it. Two wheel drifiting into a berm no biggy run it in there.
I wasn't able to hit the bike park but did run it over a few jumps and in the air feels just as stable as it does on the ground.
Now on to the big question should you buy this bike hmmmmmmm.... Let's take a look at the check list shall we.
Racing Enduro - Love to smash the rocky and steep stuff - Doesn't care about the climb at all - Hitting the bike park and the trails - Just simply love saying MEGATOWER. If you answer yes to any of these it's the bike for you.

Now I know most of you won't have access to all the bikes that we have to ride and test so it boils down to this. I have been out smahsing this bike for the last few days and have had a great time on it, even set a KOM on Strava with it! However when it came time for a 2 hour climb up a techy trail with rocky steep climbs, step ups and cliff edges all for a 10 minute descent well I left the Megatower at home and took my Ripmo.

Pros:
Incredibley Smooth Suspension
Light feeling for such a big bike
Able to run long droppers

Cons:
Not for slow tech / rocky climbs
Climbing steep grades feels laboring
Can't think of anything else

I am 175 lbs 5'9" with a 32" inseam BIke ridden was size Large.

Suspension settings
Fork
70 PSI 3x 10cc Volume spacers (1x stock on Grip2)
4 click LSC 22 click HSC
4 click LSR 6 click HSR

Shock
185 PSI OEM volume spacers
3 click R 5 click LSC
Shock was run in the Low position and the wheels base was short.

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Robert Jensen

Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 6, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Megatower, I know it seems that everyone I talk to is NOT in love with the name. They would tell me "I wouldn't buy that bike just based on the name". Well those people will be missing out! It will feel a bit laborous to get up the steep hill and you will wish for your XC bike for that climb. However once you have achieved the summit and the entire reason you purchased this or any long travel 29r for that matter will become apparaent.
The Megatower effortlessly gobbles up the rocks, roots, drops and quite simply would roll over your grandma without a second thought. Whatever I will say about the climbing it's the exact opposite now. The Megatower will turn on the flat loose sand, blow out a berm and quite simply loves to go fast downhill. The front of the bike is confidence inspiring and it will feel you could huck it into almost anything and get away with it. Two wheel drifiting into a berm no biggy run it in there.
I wasn't able to hit the bike park but did run it over a few jumps and in the air feels just as stable as it does on the ground.
Now on to the big question should you buy this bike hmmmmmmm.... Let's take a look at the check list shall we.
Racing Enduro - Love to smash the rocky and steep stuff - Doesn't care about the climb at all - Hitting the bike park and the trails - Just simply love saying MEGATOWER. If you answer yes to any of these it's the bike for you.

Now I know most of you won't have access to all the bikes that we have to ride and test so it boils down to this. I have been out smahsing this bike for the last few days and have had a great time on it, even set a KOM on Strava with it! However when it came time for a 2 hour climb up a techy trail with rocky steep climbs, step ups and cliff edges all for a 10 minute descent well I left the Megatower at home and took my Ripmo.

Pros:
Incredibley Smooth Suspension
Light feeling for such a big bike
Able to run long droppers

Cons:
Not for slow tech / rocky climbs
Climbing steep grades feels laboring
Can't think of anything else

I am 175 lbs 5'9" with a 32" inseam BIke ridden was size Large.

Suspension settings
Fork
70 PSI 3x 10cc Volume spacers (1x stock on Grip2)
4 click LSC 22 click HSC
4 click LSR 6 click HSR

Shock
185 PSI OEM volume spacers
3 click R 5 click LSC
Shock was run in the Low position and the wheels base was short.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 6, 2019

4 5

The Megatower, I know it seems that everyone I talk to is NOT in love with the name. They would tell me "I wouldn't buy that bike just based on the name". Well those people will be missing out! It will feel a bit laborous to get up the steep hill and you will wish for your XC bike for that climb. However once you have achieved the summit and the entire reason you purchased this or any long travel 29r for that matter will become apparaent.
The Megatower effortlessly gobbles up the rocks, roots, drops and quite simply would roll over your grandma without a second thought. Whatever I will say about the climbing it's the exact opposite now. The Megatower will turn on the flat loose sand, blow out a berm and quite simply loves to go fast downhill. The front of the bike is confidence inspiring and it will feel you could huck it into almost anything and get away with it. Two wheel drifiting into a berm no biggy run it in there.
I wasn't able to hit the bike park but did run it over a few jumps and in the air feels just as stable as it does on the ground.
Now on to the big question should you buy this bike hmmmmmmm.... Let's take a look at the check list shall we.
Racing Enduro - Love to smash the rocky and steep stuff - Doesn't care about the climb at all - Hitting the bike park and the trails - Just simply love saying MEGATOWER. If you answer yes to any of these it's the bike for you.

Now I know most of you won't have access to all the bikes that we have to ride and test so it boils down to this. I have been out smahsing this bike for the last few days and have had a great time on it, even set a KOM on Strava with it! However when it came time for a 2 hour climb up a techy trail with rocky steep climbs, step ups and cliff edges all for a 10 minute descent well I left the Megatower at home and took my Ripmo.

Pros:
Incredibley Smooth Suspension
Light feeling for such a big bike
Able to run long droppers

Cons:
Not for slow tech / rocky climbs
Climbing steep grades feels laboring
Can't think of anything else

I am 175 lbs 5'9" with a 32" inseam BIke ridden was size Large.

Suspension settings
Fork
70 PSI 3x 10cc Volume spacers (1x stock on Grip2)
4 click LSC 22 click HSC
4 click LSR 6 click HSR

Shock
185 PSI OEM volume spacers
3 click R 5 click LSC
Shock was run in the Low position and the wheels base was short.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on May 6, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Megatower, I know it seems that everyone I talk to is NOT in love with the name. They would tell me "I wouldn't buy that bike just based on the name". Well those people will be missing out! It will feel a bit laborous to get up the steep hill and you will wish for your XC bike for that climb. However once you have achieved the summit and the entire reason you purchased this or any long travel 29r for that matter will become apparaent.
The Megatower effortlessly gobbles up the rocks, roots, drops and quite simply would roll over your grandma without a second thought. Whatever I will say about the climbing it's the exact opposite now. The Megatower will turn on the flat loose sand, blow out a berm and quite simply loves to go fast downhill. The front of the bike is confidence inspiring and it will feel you could huck it into almost anything and get away with it. Two wheel drifiting into a berm no biggy run it in there.
I wasn't able to hit the bike park but did run it over a few jumps and in the air feels just as stable as it does on the ground.
Now on to the big question should you buy this bike hmmmmmmm.... Let's take a look at the check list shall we.
Racing Enduro - Love to smash the rocky and steep stuff - Doesn't care about the climb at all - Hitting the bike park and the trails - Just simply love saying MEGATOWER. If you answer yes to any of these it's the bike for you.

Now I know most of you won't have access to all the bikes that we have to ride and test so it boils down to this. I have been out smahsing this bike for the last few days and have had a great time on it, even set a KOM on Strava with it! However when it came time for a 2 hour climb up a techy trail with rocky steep climbs, step ups and cliff edges all for a 10 minute descent well I left the Megatower at home and took my Ripmo.

Pros:
Incredibley Smooth Suspension
Light feeling for such a big bike
Able to run long droppers

Cons:
Not for slow tech / rocky climbs
Climbing steep grades feels laboring
Can't think of anything else

I am 175 lbs 5'9" with a 32" inseam BIke ridden was size Large.

Suspension settings
Fork
70 PSI 3x 10cc Volume spacers (1x stock on Grip2)
4 click LSC 22 click HSC
4 click LSR 6 click HSR

Shock
185 PSI OEM volume spacers
3 click R 5 click LSC
Shock was run in the Low position and the wheels base was short.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on April 30, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This short travel 29'r is loads of fun! It might be of the "old school" geometry but handles exceptionally well. As others have said it's not going to be the best climbing machine out there but I thought it worked really well. Minimal pedal bob with a firm yet supple ride. If you are a bit over 180 pounds you may want to look at adding a volume spacer or two to the back end.

Now on to the goodies, you didn't buy an Evil to climb the mountain, you bought an Evil Following to slay the flow and single track. This 29'r is loads of fun and although it can feel a bit light on the front end at times it also gives a super poppy and playful feel. I found that when smashing the berms and ruts in the corners that the harder I pushed it the better it worked.

Go ahead Huck it, Jump it, just down right smash it, you won't be disappointed in this ride!

For reference
5'9" 180 lbs 32" inseam rode the Medium with 125 dropper.
I feel I could have run a 150 if needed.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on April 17, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 175 lbs

Was given as a gift, here is what she had to say:
I love this jacket - it's nice and light weight and stretchy so will work for any activity! It's waterproof too, so perfect to have along for hiking etc. The mesh lining is very comfortable to wear as well. The jacket fits true to size. I am 5'10' and 145 lbs and the L fit well with space to layer underneath.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on March 19, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Beautiful machined rotors.

Careful as some bikes can run into clearance issues with this rotor. The carrier tends to be a bit thicker and is machined out on the back side to help the rotor recess in towards the center of the wheel.

If you have centerlock hubs you may need to look elsewhere as some of the 6-bolt to centerlock adapter will not fit into the recess on the back side.

That being said I really like these and they work very well. The clearance on my Ripmo to the brake adapter on the rear is EXTREMELY close I would say within in a mm so keep that in mind. So far no rubbing issues and they look great!

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on March 19, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Let's take a guess, you've ridden on almost all the different brands of brakes out there and if you are here reading this review you have a feeling that there is something better. Well you have found it. Think of the Hope Tech 3 brake as the 3 little bears story and that this brake is just right.

I've ridden almost all of them out there as well and decided why not let's give these a try. Well I've had them on my bike for some time now and made multiple trips to Moab and the Saint George area while riding normal trails, slick rock, and even some super steep Hike a Bike trails just to come back down at blazing speed. It never really occurred to me until after several months had passed that I came to the realization that I haven't been thinking about my brakes at all. Odd right, I've been riding some of the gnarliest terrain and not once did I notice the lever changing position mid way down on the descent, or the outside temperature fluctuation changing the bite point.

Nothing but solid stopping power and confidence. I will not lie and I will tell you that you can find a more powerful brake without question, but nothing beats the confidence of flying into a turn, drop or a near vertical trail and without hesitation simply knowing unequivocally that your lever and your brake will be there 100% to save you.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on March 19, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Deity allows you to match up to your hearts content with bars, stems, saddles and grips. The colors are amazing and durable and in the case of the saddle it's actually pretty comfortable. My one complaint is that I do find the nose to be a bit long and hook it on my shorts occasionally.

It's a small price to pay to be matchy matchy.

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Robert Jensenwrote a review of on March 19, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Love this bar, not only does it look great but it seems to be really strong and not shake my should sockets loose. I picked it up in orange with the orange Copperhead stem to match my Ripmo. I cut mine down to 760 and put some lock on grips on and I couldn't be happier.

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