|We make no bones about the fact that we like the way Renthal does things - so the fact that they have the confidence to offer this stem in a single length and colour pleases us. This stem has been bolted to a few different bikes over the last year and we can't find a single negative point, we also haven't seen a bike that won't work with the sexy gold/black color combo. Yes, it is bit of a fiddle to mount the stem to your handlebar, but it's not a job you need to do regularly enough to be an issue. A number of people have told us that their Duo stems creaked as they rode, but neither of the two test samples we have used have made noise. Rentha's Duo stem is light, sexy and the price is about spot on for a stem that is manufactured in the UK. - Matt Wragg|
|Easy Fit Fluid comes in a great little container you can easily keep in your toolbox, the applicator makes applying it simple, it works and it leaves no residue. We first tested it mounting a set of Schwalbe's Hans Damf tyres onto Stan's Flow rims. The front without the fluid was an hour long nightmare of sore hands and frustration, for the rear we wiped this round the rim beforehand and it popped straight on leaving us feeling rather daft. Ok, there is an argument you can do the same thing with soap and water, but the Easy Fit Fluid isn't expensive and the convenience of it all makes it worth every penny in our eyes. - Matt Wragg|
|We can't deny these work pretty well, it's a simple design and a decent idea. We take issue with it because the straps look scruffy and come uncut, so you need to faff around cutting them to size. Also, Mucky Nuts probably should have looked up 'Bender' in the Urban Dictionary before choosing it as a name. The Mucky Nuts Bender Fender should fit any fork and it gets the job done for an affordable price. - Matt Wragg|
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