Make yourself visible in with the Sugoi Zap Jacket. It's the perfect companion on late-night rides across town or an early morning run. The Zap is a versatile, highly visible piece for early fall weather and temperate winter climates. Sugoi used a blend of proprietary fabrics to create a jacket that is water and wind resistant, highly breathable, and reflective. Starting from the inside, FinoMesh 2.0 lines the jacket to help encourage moisture transfer and keep you dry. MicroFine makes up the bulk of the outside construction of the jacket, and features wind- and water-resistant elements. Reflective 3M Scotchlite accents give you 360 degrees of visibility, making your presence known to motorists.A full-length, reverse coil, zipper allows you to ventilate quickly when you need it, and a zipper guard protects your neck from abrasion. Microfleece lines the collar for an extra measure of warmth when the jacket is fully zipped. Two zippered front pockets provide a place to stow keys and nutrition bars. To keep cold air from coming in the bottom, dual adjustable shockcords in each pocket cinch down easily. The Sugoi Zap Jacket is available in Super Nova/black/black and Caution/black/black. It comes in Small through XX-Large.
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I have never seen this fix before, so thought I would share. I got tired of the stock Fox 40 bumpers always spinning and moving. I created this simple fix and it works great. No movement at all. Just drill a small hole (lengthwise) in the bumper; small as possible. Then feed the zip tie (zap st ... Read More »
strange weather in the preserves tonight
i missed the rain i'm now getting at my house.
i may have to ride that shizzle in the morning.
trails should be perfect.
they were pretty sweet tonight.
yaaaay low particulate matter.Read More »
[COLOR=Navy]Love him or hate him, he adds his own DNA and character to the sport.
His articles were a mixed bag for me. Sometimes I agreed, other times it was rubbish.
He seems to like his job at Trek.
I enjoyed the extreme opposites displayed here between him and the prep couple on the right i ... Read More »