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  • Sidi Crossfire 2 SRS Boots

    Sidi Crossfire 2 SRS Boots

    Wayne in OH

    2 thumbs up

    Little pricey but worth the money. Great ankle support

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  • Troy Lee 7605 Ultra Protection Shorts

    Troy Lee 7605 Ultra Protection Shorts

    RAYMOND in WA

    Awesome Base Layer, must have!!!

    Awesome fit!!! Extra padding helps eliminate sore rear end after a ride!! Absolutely great investment!! Also keeps you warm in 35 degree weather. Highly recommended.

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  • Moose Racing Riding Gloves

    Moose Racing Riding Gloves

    Frank in NY

    Awesome spring/fall riding gloves

    Great my 1st pair I purchased in 2005 well they lasted quite some time. So I purchased these as my 2nd pair still amazing. Slightly too large hopefully washing them the will shrink a touch.

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  • Klim F3 Helmet

    Klim F3 Helmet

    Wayne in OH

    Great helmet

    Perfect fit and ventilation. Light weight and good visibility with a catchy color scheme

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  • Fly Racing Roller Grande Gear Bag

    Fly Racing Roller Grande Gear Bag

    Aaron in CA

    Great for the price, BUT....

    Just got done filling and playing around with this bag, this will be a fairly long review!! First impressions: Looks great, feels great. Love the color scheme, pattern. Zippers are nice and big, wheels, slider frame and handle are great. Shoulder strap has various places to attach to. Other reviewers have said no interior pockets, no changing mat...well, there IS a changing mat, and it's actually padded. It's just folded up far in a lower outside pocket. Kinda small, but enough room to work with. There are interior pockets, but more for your keys/phone/wallet, etc. Not very usable for any gear. After stuffing all my gear in it and rolling/carrying it around a bit, here's my complaints: Just like other reviewers have said, you will NOT get 2 boots in one side of the bag. Unless you have Youth sizes boots. I wear size 11 Tech 8s. While both fit in one pocket, you cannot zip it closed- no matter the orientation of the boots. This is mainly because of the curved top ends, the outer half of the pocket is quite a bit sorter than the inner half. If they'd have squared off the design of the bag we wouldn't have this problem. (See pictures) I ended up with one boot and one knee brace in each pocket. I already have a helmet/goggle combo bag that I was hoping to no longer need....but looks like I'll still be using it. All of my gear completely fills this bag (minus helmet and goggles). 3 sets of riding gear, 1 pair of riding shorts, boots, Pod knee braces, 2 pairs of socks, 3 sets of gloves, kidney belt, Leatt HD 5.5 chest proctor, camelback, and a towel. I didn't need the soft-lined goggle pocket, which is a nice feature. There is a little excess room in the boot pockets since I only have one boot/brace in there, but otherwise there isn't room for too much else. I might could still cram a neck brace in the main pocket (I don't have one), maybe a goggle bag if I really push everything down. Even with a fully stuffed bag, it doesn't really want to stand up on end. Mainly because the boot/knee brace on the end doesn't make a nice "bottom". And again, the rounded design of the ends. The ID card holder ends up on the BOTTOM of the bag, on the ground, when it's stood up. It's on the same side as the wheels....minor, but that could have been thought out a little better. Long term thoughts: I feel like this bag will hold up pretty well. I have a feeling I'm going to end up not stuffing the chest protector in there after a while, just putting it over the top and pulling the bag handles through the neck. I am worried about the boot pocket liners eventually shredding or tearing over time from taking the boots out/in. Same with the bottom of the changing mat; catching rocks or sharp weeds/sticks. Not a really thick material. Final thoughts: for the price, this bag is great. I have no intention of returning it. It is leaps and bounds better than the very tired, wore out, budget, 2-pocket thing I've had for 10+ years. I recommend this for anyone looking for a great bag with lots of space and options for under $200.

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  • Leatt Dual Axis Knee/Shin Guards

    Leatt Dual Axis Knee/Shin Guards

    Kathy in CA

    Excellent knee guards

    These knee guards offer solid protection, and they are very comfortable. I have worn them several times now (with some unintentional crash testing), and I have been pleased with the fit and quality. I like the three straps for a secure fit. I used the measuring chart to determine the proper size to order, which turned out to be L/XL. I was concerned about them being too big (as I don't ever take a "large" size), but they fit perfectly.

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