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    Elbow/forearm guards.

    Best bang for the dollar? I will use them more on pedal rides compared to shuttle rides. Specially since the shuttle roads will be closed do to drivers dusting a few old senor citizens.
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    G forms for what you are talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azdog View Post
    G forms for what you are talking about.
    Unless I am looking at the wrong ones. No forearm protection.
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    TLD's 5550 are the best out of three types that I've used.
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    love my sixsixone race pads..The only ones I have used that I don't have to mess with at all while riding
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of
    arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body.

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    661 2x4.
    Keep the rubber side down

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    just checked their site and the comparable to my race is the new comps..
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of
    arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    TLD's 5550 are the best out of three types that I've used.
    Never ride without mine...

    Troy Lee Designs EG5550 Forearm/Elbow > Apparel > Protective Gear > Arm Armor | Jenson USA Online Bike Shop

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    Have a set a set of Raceface on order, I think!!!! Plus the Pilot sold me used set last night that fit OK. Good forearm protection, think they were 661.
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    another vote for the Troy Lee Designs 5550. Wife and I have them and they're very comfortable, even in the 80's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBCanuck View Post
    661 2x4.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cycle64 View Post
    Have a set a set of Raceface on order, I think!!!! Plus the Pilot sold me used set last night that fit OK. Good forearm protection, think they were 661.
    Sold cycle64 a set of these that I found on a dead mt. biker way out in the desert. Showed him the TLDs, but he said they look like something a "sally" would where.

    I'm $10 richer!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    Sold cycle64 a set of these that I found on a dead mt. biker way out in the desert. Showed him the TLDs, but he said they look like something a "sally" would where.

    I'm $10 richer!!!!!
    I printed the 10 dollar bill off my color laser printer. Careful where you use it. Heading out later for a ride. I'll be sure to wash the pads to get rid of the DNA.
    Currently at Mayo Clinic being tested for a kidney transplant. Donors welcome.

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