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4ZA Team Replica - Cycling Plus - June 2012
"Ultra-lightweight saddle for the rider in a hurry..."
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Kenda Kaliente - Cycling Plus - Summer 2012
"Kenda's Kaliente is often specced on new bikes, but there are definitely better tyres to upgrade to. On the bright side it's light and relatively easy to fit. The motor sport-derived L3R tread compound is trustworthy in the dry and it rolls okay on very smooth roads. Unfortunately, the wooden-feeling carcass becomes obvious very quickly as a harsh ride on rougher surfaces. The Iron Cloak puncture protection that causes a lot of the stiffness doesn't seem to do anything much in protection terms either, as this is one of the most puncture-prone tyres we've ridden. Wet weather performance is sketchy too."
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Lake CX331C - Cycling Plus - Summer 2012
"Supple upper, great sole and custom fit - a truly excellent shoe..."
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Haro Downtown Frame - Ride BMX - June 2012
"Great to see Haro fire over a signature frame, and what better than Dennis Enarson's SD Downtown, Dennis has to be one of the most progressive BMX riders ever to grace the scene, the guy is a machine. Ful heat treated 4130 tubing integrating seat clamp, removable brake mounts and gyro tabs, CNC machined dropouts, mid BB and an integrated headset. All the mod cons as expected from one of the first BMX brands, ever. The build quality is right up there with great attention to detail. The SD Downtown looks clean, tidy and strong. Get one."
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One23 MT XL - Cycling Active - June 2012
"While this is the only two-part multi-tool in this test, thankfully One23 has made sure that both parts are useable in their own right. If space was an issue, you could happily take the hakf with the Allen keys and screwdriver bits, leaving the chain tool section at home. That said, it does slot together well, and makes up a small yet usable package. There may be a lot of loose parts (a feature of which we are not huge fans) but at least the magnetised handle keeps the - in truth, fairly useless - 8-10mm spanner in place. In turn, this secures the chain-holding wire loop."
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