• Safe on aluminum and carbon wheels
• Seals punctures up to ¼”
• Remains functional for up to 6 months
• Price: $16.99 USD
• For use on all mountain and road bike tubeless systems
• Combines fast-acting polymers with suspended rubber particles maximausa.com
• Combines hydration and storage into one
• Designed and manufactured in the USA
• 2 size options (16.2 fl oz. + 10.8 fl. oz.)
• BPA Free
• Price: $22-24 USD
• Compatible with a wide variety of bike cages
• Honeycomb surface treatment
• Five individual pieces.
• Patented modular designdibsports.com
• Three compartments for separate and convenient storage of clothing, shoes, and helmet.
• Durable and water-resistant outer fabric.
• Zippered mesh pockets within main storage pocket for smaller items.
• Waterproof barrier between shoe storage and the main pocket
• Price: $99.99 USD
• Two grommeted holes allow the waterproof pocket to drain water.
• Removable change mat keep your feet off the parking lot dirt.
• Can be worn as a backpack or carried like a duffel.
• Large reflective logo for safety when worn as a backpack.
• Lightweight, formfitting 4-way stretch top material
• 4-way stretch finger gusset fabric
• Seamless fingertip construction
• Absorbent moisture wipe on thumb
• Price: $42 CDN
• Touchscreen compatible
• Laser-cut venting on AX Suede Connect palm
• XS through XXL
• Comes in black and charcoal
Water bottle interests me. Cleaner than strapping all your stuff to the frame! But why not just make the tool portion thread on below the water portion? Upper bottle could serve as lid for lower bottle, 3 parts instead of 5. Or would that raise the CoG too high for cages to hold a fully loaded bottle?
minute 3:03, he pulls a pump out of the bottle.
On the opposite end are giro d'wool gloves
Worst gloves ever for durability. I bought them and less then a week later they had holes in the thumb and finger.
Then they basically started falling apart at the seams. I kept wearing them to try and get my money out of them but they started looking like something the homeless would wear.
Worst part is I was using them for commuting.
I can buy almost 3 pair of the Enduras though...
Sorry RF. To each their own.
Who is Stan, again? Maxima been around
It comes from either Torco or Maxima most likely.
I've never tried their sealant but I've never had any issues with Muc-Off, e13, or Trucker Co. sealant, either.
I've heard bad things about Muc-Off ("too runny") but it has never failed me. Peaty's has a spotty reputation. Stan's products just bore me, their rim tape, their wheels, everything. I'll take my chances with less-'established' brands.....
Those FSA stem and bars...who came up with those designs and graphics??? Fail!