"I've gone through a few sets of these. I can't stand still on the bike so have to take my feet out whenever I have to stop, hence they get a bit more wear and tear on them than I suspect those who don't. Having said that though they have lasted a while and I don't really expect anything over and over that durability given the circumstances. Because I tend to takje my right foot out, after a while I just swap the right and the left to even out the wear and make them last longer. They are easy to fit and adjust."
"I have a fleecy set of leg warmers and was after a light weight non fleecy if only to stay a bit warmer without getting too hot in fleecy ones. They absolutely do the job. Having a zip at the back would help getting them on and off but they do stretch and haven't had too many problems otherwise."
Pros: Great Value, Comfortable, Lightweight, Good Fit
"Bought the blue arm warmers to go with my mostly blue outfits. The warmers are easy to get on andf off. I don't have large upper arms and tend to find they slip down a little from the top exposing bare skin to the elements. I find I have to pull them up over the sleeve of my top in order to keep them in place, but otehrwise even on cold mornings they keep the wind and most of the cold out making riding a bit more pleasurable in such conditions."
Pros: Great Value, Attractive, Comfortable, Lightweight
"Bought the Durano plus as a replacement to the Stelvios I had previously, but have been disappointed in the durability of the tyre. Even though this tyre has the added puncture protection I've found you still get punctures and the tyre itself has many and some quite deep cuts. I ride to work on a regular basis and do a longer ride on the weekend. While they roll OK, I don't think they are as quick as the previoous Stelvios which are admittedly a slick by comparison. Tyre has been good in the wet as is does have the slight tread on the outside of the tyre. Also easy to get on and off the wheel when changing tubes. I've had a bit of practice !!!"
"I've beeen riding with this bar tape now for over 12 months and it has hardly worn. I'm a regular commuter to work and a weekend warrior so the tape has worn well over that period. I bought white tape and except for it now looking grey from the dirt, it is still in good nick physically. It is easy to fit and has held in the overlap position since I fitted it myself. Bar plugs hasve also stayed on. The additional padding strips also add extra value and make the bar very comfortable."
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Attractive, Comfortable, High Quality, Good Fit
"I've only just fitted the saddle to my bike in the last week or so and have ridden with it both on short (20kms) commutes to work and longer (60km) rides over the weekend. It immediately felt comfortable from the first moment I sat on it. It was certainly better fitting being smaller in width and slightly longer from what I had been sitting on for the last 6 years. I tend to ride holding the handle bars low down and the extra length in the saddle gives me slightly more positions up and down the saddle to work with. I need to do an even longer ride but my first impressions at the moment are it is a worthwhile saddle to sit on, and at a very reasonable price. I've only rated the performance good rather than excellent as I haven't ridden on it for a long enough period."
Pros: Great Value, Attractive, Comfortable, Good Fit
The tape has a small sticky line along its legth less than 5mm in width. So long as you fit it well and overlap properly, the tape will hold well. I've had mine on for over 12 months and there has been no slippage at all.