Under Test: Elite Turacio Bottle & Pria Pavè Cage

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Elite Cycling provides bottles and cages to more than half the world’s professional cycling teams. For over  30 years, the Italian company has been delivering innovative products such as theTuracio bottle and Pria Pavè cage. The Turacio utilizes a 100% natural cork insulating panel and the Pria Pavè cage adjusts to fit bottles of various sizes.

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Under Test: Rivet Cycle Works Independence Saddle

Rivet Cycle Works Independence Allroad GRAVELBIKE.com gravel grinder Zipp Service Course

RIvet Cycle Works‘ founder, Debra Banks, started the her saddle company because she was tired of riding saddles that weren’t right for her. Each Rivet saddle is constructed from American-sourced leather that’s waterproofed during the tanning process. The Independence model (pictured above) is available with or without a central slot, and features a composite frame with built-in saddlebag loops.

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Under Test: The Service Course B.Y.O.B. Wash Kit

GRAVELBIKE.com gravel grinder The Service Course BYOB B.Y.O.B.

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If you currently clean your bike with a ragtag assortment of kitchen or household brushes, you owe it to yourself to check out the B.Y.O.B. Wash Kit from The Service Course. The kit’s brushes feature natural, tampico bristles, which according to The Service Course hold more water than synthetic bristles, and shed dirt and grease more easily. Add your own bucket, some water, and degreaser-of-choice and you’re good to go.

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