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 @patrickbeeson The model we are using was tested over the course of last race season and test units have also been ridden/commuted continually.  We will get a unit to CX Magazine ASAP for their testing.  

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1 year ago on New Product Spotlight: Retroshift’s New Cyclocross-Specific Derailleur: B.U.R.D.

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Just wanted to say my sleeveless thermal base layer has been the most useful bit of kit I have bought in years.  Don't know how I did without one now!  

 

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1 year, 4 months ago on Product Review: CRAFT Performance Baselayers

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 @ChadRector We are very much focused on making the best shifter possible for the wilds of cyclocross.  That said we are confident that if it works for cross it will probably do just fine with anything else you can throw at it!  Maybe with CX shifters you might even concider building a 'foul weather' commuter  :)

1 year, 9 months ago on Retroshift’s CX2 Shifters Review: Prioritizing Reliability and Simplicity for the Mud and Muck of Cyclocross

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 Was not mentioned by Adam but we have also since review made some changes to the Tektro brake levers.  When we re-assemble the units the stock pivot bushings used are discarded and replaced with a sturdier set that result in a more solid fit of the brake lever in the main body.  This is unique to our levers and not provided in the stock offering of this lever or from other companies that sell this lever.  

 

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1 year, 9 months ago on Retroshift’s CX2 Shifters Review: Prioritizing Reliability and Simplicity for the Mud and Muck of Cyclocross

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 @TyDaC   Love Pauls Thumbies!  Really no comparison between them though.  Apples and oranges - One is a thumb shifter one is an integrated shifter.

 

1 year, 9 months ago on Retroshift’s CX2 Shifters Review: Prioritizing Reliability and Simplicity for the Mud and Muck of Cyclocross

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