Monthly Archive: July 2017

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Do It Yourself — Magnetic Tube Clip

Many higher end hydration packs include a magnetic tube clip for the hydration tube/hose. It makes clipping the tube in and out quicker and more effortless. Unfortunately, neither my Camelbak Classic or Camelbak Ratchet hydration packs came with a magnetic tube clip by default, so I decided to make my own. I wanted to make it universal in case I end up getting yet another pack. Blueprints available!

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Hylix Stems — Tested and Reviewed

Hylix is a Chinese brand that produces affordable mountain bike and bicycle parts and accessories. The tested stems were certainly affordable with the prices starting from 15€. What makes them stand out from other similarly priced stems is their weight or lack of it. Light weight and even lighter price tag, sounds like a recipe for a disaster.

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Do It Yourself — Portable Workbench

A proper workbench is a helpful tool for nearly any project. Unfortunately, most workbenches are too big and heavy to be used in apartment buildings. However, by following this guide you can make your own portable workbench that doesn’t take up much space when folded! Blueprints available!

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Syncros Speed 180 Saddle Bag — Review

Syncros Speed 180 saddle bag is probably one of the lightest saddle bags on the market right now. Despite weighing just 21 grams, thanks to its clever design you can still fit the bare essentials on it.