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Planet Bike Cascadia 29er Fender Review 8.8

A good set of fenders cost between $40-55 and could be the difference of you driving, or having very wet and cold feet when getting to work. These fenders from Planet Bike have survived a year under me and I would endorse them if you need something for your 29er bike!

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Blackburn Airstik 2Stage Pump Review | BIKE SHOP GIRL 9.3

A review on the Blackburn Airstik 2Stage Bicycle Hand Pump. Retailing at $29.99 this little pump packs a decent punch.

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Birzman Studio Tool Box Review

A video review of my pros and cons of the Birzman Studio Tool Box.

A full review with more photos and in depth options will be coming next week!

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Bern Allston Helmet Review

Back in July I introduced Bern Helmets’ new ventilated model, the Allston. With a couple months of testing, three different reviewers and some matchy handlebar tape, I’m ready to give you my opinion. The Bern Allston The Allston has 16 vents, weighs in at a claimed 13 ounces and comes in

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Giro Sonnet

Giro Sonnet Women’s Helmet MSRP $90 Details: 25 vents, no visor, in-mold construction A helmet under $100 with a slender shape for women, that’s the Giro Sonnet. Pro’s: Weight, price, color options, availability in-store or online Con’s: Fit system hits my ponytail (details I know), very neutral colors available Overall Thoughts of

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Po Campo Roscoe Crossbody Bag
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Ever since Po Campo sent out an email a couple weeks back about the new colors in the Roscoe Crossbody bag I’ve been waiting patiently for Quality Bicycle Products to get them instock. I had hoped they would get them in before Frostbike (industry trade show this week) but unfortunately

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SRAM XX1 Review

When my work started “pre-selling” the new XX1 group I knew this is what I had to have for my new hardtail race machine. Not only is it the latest and greatest, which doesn’t always appeal to me on my own bikes, it was very tested and several pro racers

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Bilotto Take 6 Beer Carrier

When at Loose Nuts Cycles a couple months back an internet friend stopped in, Jim Bilotto. In his hand was what looked like a folder up cooler. As he opened it up I knew instantly that he was going to make my day.

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Lezyne Micro Caddy

Saddle bags are a needed thing in my life. Something that most bike shops forget to mention when they sell you that new road or mountain bike. Riding around with out tools, tube or inflation device is like driving around in your car with out a spare tire. Yes, you

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Assos Chamois Creme
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If you haven’t heard about it before don’t feel too left out as it isn’t talked about too much. Chamois cream or butter it basically is under carriage lube.

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