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  1. #1
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    Default Saddles w/Velcro knee blocks

    How well does the velcro hold up with this type of knee block attachment???? I am considering buyinig a Frank Baines Reflex Deluxe.

    Thank you.
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    My Collegiate Mentor has the velcro knee-blocks. I've had it three years now and they are holding up perfectly fine. I've only taken the blocks off and repositioned them maybe twice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yankeeclipper View Post
    How well does the velcro hold up with this type of knee block attachment???? I am considering buyinig a Frank Baines Reflex Deluxe.

    Thank you.
    I have a Frank Baines with the velcro knee block. I just love the saddle. I think I've had it about 2 years? Maybe 1.5 years now? Not sure. I play around with the knee blocks every so often - have never had an issue with them.



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