The X-Tools Pro Cable Cutter is designed with workshop quality in mind. The X-Tools Pro Cable Cutter is sprung loaded and provides a clean cut to both inner and outer cables and can be stored away neatly with its locking catch.
"As with Castelli bibs need to go up a least one size, can usually fit into a M or L with all other makes needed XL saying that they are a great fit. Comfort as never been a problem with Castelli bibs, both quality of material and manufacture are very good."
Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Good Fit, High Quality
"Have run these chains on both my mtb's for years now, get at least a couple of years use, though it does pay to clean and lub regularly. good quality chain at good price."
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Schwalbe Nobby Nic Performance Dual Compound Folding Tyre
The Schwalbe Nobby Nic 26 inch tyre features a new tread pattern & V-grooves for additional braking & grip. Seen at cross country events & technical enduro competitions, these are tyres that are much loved & adored.
"Not one of my better moves, first time out in very muddy conditions acted as a mud magnet, second time out in the dry ripped outer cover in center of tire now in bin! Have had no problems with the old version Nobby Nic's, just unlucky I guess."
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Shimano XT/SLX M770/M660 Bottom Bracket
Genuine Shimano HollowTech II bottom bracket assembly for the Shimano XT/SLX M770/M660 chain-sets. Set includes left and right hand cups, spacers, inner cover, and inner O-rings
"These bottom brackets last 2 to 3 yrs on my hard tail considering the amount of muck and bullets they put up with that's pretty good, dare say cleaning agents and pressure washer also shorten there life, but on the whole pretty good."
The top rated Aeron Roubaix Bib Tight, now with added Flashlight Technology (FLT) for increased visibility out on the road. With a balanced blend of warmth, protection and comfort, these tights are designed to keep you riding through tough conditions.
T.A have been making chainrings for 60 years. The teeth are cut in the traditional manner on a lathe which produces a much better and more accurate tooth form than stamping, which is used by most chainring manufacturers.