Check Out - April

Apr 7, 2015
by Paul Aston  
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IXS Flow Country Knee Pads


• Light weight and compact design
• "X-Matter TM" foam
• Tear resistant and stretchable Kevlar knee cover
• 360° breathable "AeroMesh TM"
• Silicone - non slip, no creep
• "LoopLock TM" - fasteners for maximum security and adjust-ability
• EN1621-1
• Weight: 300g
• Colours: Black only
• Price: $69.95 USD
IXS





From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesFlowCountry, a Hans 'NoWay' Rey development of a new trail riding style, ideal for trail and enduro riding. Super light-weight and super-compact design. Featuring X-Matter, a high impact absorption, energy absorbing, open cell, slow rebound foam compound. All around breathable AeroMesh, moisture wicking and anti-bacterial - does not stink! Tear resistant and stretchable Kevlar knee cover and LoopLock fasteners for maximum security and adjust-ability.





Birzman Feexman Cicada 10 Function Tool


• Chain Rivet Panel - Aluminum
• Side Panels - Carbon
• Bits - Cr-V (6150)
• Chain Rivet Extractor
• Cross Head Screwdriver #1
• T25/2mm/2.5mm/3mm/4mm/5mm/6mm/8mm
• Price: $55 USD
Birzman










From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesThe Feexman Cicada C10 is Birzman's multi tool for performance-driven riders. The carbon side plates make for a lightweight yet rigid frame. The tool bits have been machined to reduce weight wherever possible, while forged chrome vanadium (6150) is used to ensure tool durability. The forged aluminum chain breaker (for 9,10 & 11 speed chains) is machined for greater weight reduction and is the inspiration behind the name, Cicada





Spinster Sisters Saddle Cream


• All Natural Friction/Chafing Control
• Gentle and hypo-allergenic
• Helps prevent bacterial/fungal infections
• Sulfate, phthalate, and cruelty free
• Vegan
• Available in 2.5 oz or 6 oz
• Price 2.5 oz - $14 USD / 6 oz - $20 USD
Spinster Sisters, Inc.










From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesChafing and friction control at its all-natural best. Protect your most delicate parts from the chafing and irritation that can occur during biking, horseback riding, or other exercise. Also great for use on other skin areas where exercise chafing occurs (inner thighs, under arms, in shoes, for example). This cream prevents bacterial and fungal infections, alleviates friction, and increases coolness.





Fouriers CR-DX003-AH Ring


• Compatible with SRAM
• Material: Alloy 7075-T651
• P.C.D: 104mm
• Teeth: 30T, 32T, 34T, 36T, 38T, 40T
• Colour: Black, Red, Blue and Sandblast anodize
• Weight: 49g(34T)
• Price: $73.49 USD
Fouriers










From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesFull CNC made narrow-wide chainring for 1x system. Narrow-wide teeth together with Fouriers' snug fit wave design have extreme chain retention qualities. Additionally each tooth has CNC cut holes for mud clearance. For PCD/BCD 104mm x 4 arms standard.





Fuel Rogue Gloves


• Ventilated synthetic palm with silicone base and finger tips
• Extra Lycra Knuckle Relief
• Dual Contrast Stitch Back hot Stamping
• Gusset relief for a quicker and cleaner in and out.
• This is the fastest glove around
• Colours: Hynotic, Three-way and Transistor
• Price: $35.49 USD
Fuel










From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesThe Rouge glove fully follows Fuel's design ethos; un-compromised usability for the rider who has a burning desire to push themselves in the action sport arena beyond the edge. Not settling for mediocrity when it comes to style, Fuel offer the Rouge glove in a choice of three, unique and radical colour options; Hypnotic (purple), Three-way (green) and Transistor (red).





Superstar Silicone Lockon grips


• Deep silicone lockon
• Length of rubber: 129mm
• Grip Diameter: 33mm
• Black, Blue, Green, Orange and Red
• Weight: 124g
• Price: $26.70 USD
Superstar











From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesDeep and comfortable silicone foam grips for ultimate control and precision. They may look super slick but they are grippy even when wet with our unique high tech formulation. Closed cell construction keeps its shape and doesn't soak up water for amazing all weather performance. Our special multi-compound injection keeps your grip from spinning and lockon convenience means fitting is just a few seconds. Compatible with our standard lockrings for custom colour combinations as standard.




Zefal Crank Armour


• Universal fitting
• Soft rubber
• 70mm x 40mm x 16mm
• Black, Grey, Green, or Red
• Weight: 20g
• Price: $12.98 USD
Zefal











From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesMinimalist and effective end-piece protection, the Crank Armor protects cranks against impacts and stones. Durable and impact resistance. Simply remove the pedals for easy mounting on the crank.




No Ass/Face Fender


• Danish design
• Tested on Vikings
• 3in1 cut out design.
• Made with the environment in mind.
• Black, Blue, Green, or Red
• Free Shipping
• Price: €14.99 / $16.30 USD
No Ass/Face











From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesThe 3in1 cut out mudguard, easy to install and protects your ass and/or face from mud, poo, dirt and water. In the search for the perfect mudguard for our bikes, we came up with three! So we thought why not put all of them in to one?


Check-Out is an article that gives you a glimpse at items under $200 that have crossed the desks here at Pinkbike that we've not had a chance to review yet, but feel that you may want to take a look at.


MENTIONS: @SuperstarComponents




69 Comments

  • 122 3
 Crotch cream better not be over $200 bucks unless it comes with a human applicator other than self.
  • 116 8
 Bro, it's vegan so you eat your buddies arse post-ride.
  • 11 6
 Well I guess if you are saying it's good for you and your boyfriends I will have to pass on the recommendation to others.
  • 120 5
 How do you know when you've met a vegan?

They'll tell you.
  • 22 3
 Oh the First two comments, I almost died laughing, buahahahahahahah
  • 30 41
flag KottonGin (Apr 7, 2015 at 12:00) (Below Threshold)
 @excavator666 I'll join the fun. Smile
How do you know when an atheist, a vegan, and a crossfitter walk into a bar...? Oh trust me they'll tell you.
  • 15 16
 forgot the Mac owners Smile
  • 49 11
 How do you know someone is new to the internet? They will tell you the joke you already read 400 times every time that f*cking topic comes up and think they're clever.
  • 27 7
 How do you know someone cares way too much about jokes on the internet which are recycled daily anyways? @PLC07 They're just jokes, seemed to fit, my bad. Sorry a joke ruined your day.
  • 8 21
flag moroteman (Apr 7, 2015 at 13:16) (Below Threshold)
 A feminist, a vegan, and an atheist all walk into a bar... i only know this because they told everyone within the first 3 minuets
  • 14 8
 I think you guys need to use this product to make your bums moist and then make out, enough hate on the internet!
  • 1 0
 @WAKIdesigns I thought you were supposed to make out then moisten the bum? No hate from me, just a bunch of laughs.
  • 1 0
 Ahahahahahahahah, it supposed to be a best lubricant on the market
  • 30 1
 An idea for a practical joke: take your friends chamois cream, empty the container, then put tiger balm into it
  • 3 0
 @PLC07 first time I heard/read the joke, I think it was pretty good, as Kotton said don't let a joke ruin your day.
  • 10 0
 Dear Spinster Sisters, can your saddle cream also be used for butthurt?
  • 4 0
 @jabrones when i looked your comment had precisely 69 likes... very appropriate.
  • 3 0
 @excavator666 If so, PB better start ordering by the truckload.
  • 2 0
 @groghunter

Opportunity for group buy discount?
  • 1 0
 ... Does anybody say 'Chapping' any more? ... "come along fellows, there's long night of chapping ahead..."
  • 6 0
 Jokes aside, after I got myself a Reverb putting additional strain on my edermis, the asscream really saves my bottom. For hygiene reasons I prefer to take a big chunk once and apply it, instead of reaching in again and again with same finger. They say you should avoid touching the membrane with it, but the chilling effect is irresistible. Works wonders on the morning after the dinner with mexican or indian food. You no longer need to keep toilet paper in the fridge. I am very glad I could share that.
  • 52 0
 there's fungus among us, but not on my dungus.
  • 29 1
 That chainring will NOT mount on Shimano cranks. Jus sayin
  • 3 0
 Yeah, wtf...
  • 8 1
 That looks more like the SRAM direct mount pattern that is on my X0 cranks. Also if you read the "from the manufacturer" part. It says it's a 104bcd.
  • 4 0
 Click the link to the Fouriers website and the correct product is shown. You can see the CR-GXP01 part# in the picture too. Looks like a simple picture/info mistake.
  • 3 0
 they took a picture of the wrong ring, the ring in the picture is a CR-GXP01 (which isn't out yet?)
  • 11 2
 WHERE THE 7 HELLS IS LOURDES
  • 11 1
 France
  • 16 0
 I appreciated this exchange.
  • 4 0
 Those IXS pads are the best trail bike knee pads ever. So comfortable and easy to pedal big mileage w/o chafing or having to pull them down.

Honest question on the bike tool (every tool seems to have this issue) what is the point of having a Phillips screwdriver. I cannot remember the last bike of mine that needed one. Would be much better to have a T10 torx?
  • 4 0
 High & low derailleur limit screws. you could just replace them with a hex though. I know some people will do that all over their bikes, but with Torx for everything, since it's harder to strip. Then you just carry a folding Torx.
  • 1 0
 Accessories such as lights etc are often Philips. Pretty handy to have for a commuter bike, not so much a mtb.
  • 2 0
 often encounter Philips the trail...
  • 8 2
 Superstar should increase their grip diameter and length of rubber for a better experience.
  • 24 2
 Ribbed too
  • 7 0
 First danish product on pinkbike. Det skal fejres!
  • 5 0
 are you sure silicone grips are gonna be tacky especially when wet? my experience with the material just seems to contradict that property.
  • 1 0
 They do stay tacky when wet..I have been using the ESI silicone grips for the last 2 seasons..Most comfortable grips on the market..The only negative is installing and removing them..The superstar lock on version looks promising..They just need to offer bigger diameter grips for us guys with big hands.
  • 5 0
 @roro4000 perhaps your comment should be up in the butt cream section. Though it appears the @BeerGuzlinFool may not have gotten your double entendre.
  • 1 0
 Use kitchen detergent Beer guzzler...
  • 5 0
 "Minimalist and effective end-piece protection" your having me on.
  • 4 0
 33mm squishy grips. Amazing. We could even use one or two options a bit thicker.
  • 3 0
 Those crank boots are not cheap. Wonder how they compare with others, say RF
  • 3 0
 What the phthuck is phthalate? Can I buy an f?
  • 2 0
 I'm curious to why vegan is a saddle point on saddle cream?
  • 13 12
 How come there aren't any bikes listed??
  • 49 0
 Reviewer didn't have time to go to Walmart. So there is no Mongoose review.
  • 3 0
 Damn right
  • 2 0
 @Biocoug1 Ouch! I wish I could defend Mongoose more but it's true and made me laugh. There may be a couple Mongoose bikes not available at Walmart that are decent. This is the only one I would buy though...maybe. bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=530266
  • 4 0
 @KottonGin, I was a kid in the 80's. I grew up on Mongoose, Haro, Diamond Backs and Redline. I was pretty shocked to see their bikes at Walmart now. Diamond Back is another company that seems to be on the struggle. Maybe I'm wrong. Yeah, they have a couple riders now and make a couple decent bikes but Diamond Back is not the premier brand it use to be. My Diamond Back super viper BMX was tight back then.
  • 1 0
 @Biocoug1 I was an ABA member by age 4 so I know exactly what you're talking about and how you feel! I wasn't around too much in the 80's but I'll always have a soft spot for the pioneers of BMX.
  • 3 1
 P.S. Can we give rismtb a break for his tongue in cheek comment? Can't believe this went below threshold already.
  • 1 0
 I lusted after Diamond back MTBs in the mid 90s so hard. It was the bike I wanted above all others.
  • 2 0
 Shoot, I still wouldn't mind owning the DB Dreamliner 4x/slope frame.
  • 4 0
 +1 for @rismtb 's original comment...just so others can blow beer out their nose (as I just did) after reading @Biocoug1 's response.
  • 1 0
 LMAO Thanks hehe
  • 1 0
 @Biocoug1 You win the internet today! Congrats. Smile
  • 1 0
 "Rouge" -- what a classic!
  • 1 1
 Edit: sorry everybody, I let you down and I let myself down
  • 3 3
 Finally, knee pads that work for both trail AND enduro riding!
  • 1 4
 Think Next Time maybe some of our products should be put up! Bargain clothing to support the riding community
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