I’ve been riding the new 12-speed Shimano GRX groupset for a few months now, so I have a good feel for how it performs in real world riding conditions.
The bag is simple, yet well designed and made from quality materials. I have found it to be immensely useful already..
But…..WTB didn’t screw up a classic either. If that matters to you, you can probably count on liking the newer Silverado just fine.
Kudos to the Ergon team, and a heartfelt “Thank You!” for keeping the GP1 going and now made better with the Evo edition.
I will say this handle bar is really nicely made and it has a good amount of sweep which may help you ride further in more comfort…
I love the “volume knob” concept. Finally, a light I don’t have to tab through a menu button to get to the light setting I want. A simple twist and you are there.
MaxHit Shimano-style outboard bearing bottom bracket? All day, every day. I’m sold.
Now, this Silverado, well……I was skeptical.
I guess I didn’t really think much about the bars and how they felt until I stopped briefly and leaned on the bars a minute. “Hmm…. These do have a bit of ‘give’ to them, don’t they?”
The Wilde Bike Co’s newest handle bar is a handsome piece that should be a great fit for bike packing or flat bar gravel use.
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