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Colorado Cyclist ACS Powerline Bib Short 2002(4 posts)

Colorado Cyclist ACS Powerline Bib Short 2002litespeedcat
Mar 25, 2002 7:09 PM
Colorado Cyclist ACS Powerline Bib Short 2002.
Anyone had any experience with these? They look interesting for $79

I have some Giordana CP-4's but they have stitching in the chamois and it causes problems on rides over 60 miles.

I am looking for awesome bibs under $100.

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re: Try Gearlink on ebaymanofsteel
Mar 25, 2002 8:24 PM
There is a ebay store which sells top quality components and gear. They have incredible prices on team bib shorts from Mapei, Cantina Tollo, and some other teams. As a matter of fact, I just purchased an awesome looking team jersey/bib short combo for fifty bucks (+ $5 for shipping). The bib shorts have an Eschler chamois padding from Switzerland which tells me it is a quality item. You can see a pic of it on ebay...just type in BCM in the search box. $h!T! Where else can one find a deal of this magnitude?! I've been looking for a pair of affordable bib shorts (Far below the $70 range) for some time now until I stumbled upon this bargain. The jersey looks great and is almost like getting it for free. Anyway, just throwing it out to you. Good luck! I'm sure you can't go wrong with the Colo Cyclist bibs as well.
re: Colorado Cyclist ACS Powerline Bib Short 2002Breakfast
Mar 26, 2002 2:11 AM
I just posted something in Hot Deals discussion forum about and the nice Santini bibs I purchased for $42 shipped.
re: Colorado Cyclist ACS Powerline Bib Short 2002Elefantino
Mar 26, 2002 4:56 AM
Opinions, particularly about personal items, are like *******. But for the money, my ******* says Performance Elite bibs are the best buy around. Their pad alone is awesome (same one used by L.Garneau), but the material is first-rate. And they're cheap.

However, be aware that wearing Performance bibs is perceived in certain cycling circles as the equivalent of riding a Sora-equipped bike in the TdF. I've actually had people laugh about them.

And that's my only regret. There's no logo on the butt to wave goodbye when you jump 'em.

I also like Nike's new bibs (with the Giordana multi-surfaced pad) and Voler's.