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Giro Surface Helmets

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MSRP : $50.00

Product Description

A fresh, low profile style for urban cycling helmets. The Surface is more than a hip, low-profile helmet with a short brim. Beneath the high impact ABS outer shell is our In-Form fit system that provides exceptional comfort and stability while allowing you to adjust the fit to accommodate winter caps and thin beanies. The six vents are coupled to deep internal channeling that moves air through the helmet to keep things fresh and cool as you go, too. So you can ride anywhere in comfort and style.

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Awesome mixed surface ride

Hi folks, long time reader, don't do nearly enough posting. I'm mostly a MTBer, but have a lower end steel Raleigh for commuting/road/gravel duties as well. Thought I'd share some pics from a recent adventure in Sumter National Forest. We had a group of over a dozen folks, which ended up splittin ... Read More »

Reynolds braking surface on newer models -- worth it?

I'm riding a set of 2010 Attacks and think they are a fantastic wheel. Light, stiff, and strong. This is my first set of carbon wheels and after coming from alloy wheels with Swissstop green pads, the braking on these wheels is pretty disappointing. (using the original Reynolds black pads) The 20 ... Read More »

Discomfort on the hoods - very hard surface

Hi All, I regularly feel a pain in my hand after riding for a while. The pain is due to a very hard surface on my new SRAM Rival hoods, and a sharp or angular transition between the bar and the hoods. Take a look at this picture where my finger is pointing: [ATTACH=CONFIG]278321[/ATTACH] T ... Read More »

Surface scratch on carbon bike frame?

Anything to do to get rid of it? Rubbed it against metal and made a small scratch. Doesn't look to be beyond the surface. Thanks in advance!Read More »

Lightest carbon/ alu brake surface wheelset

What is currently the lightest high profile clincher wheelset (50mm+) with carbon rim with aluminum brake surface?Read More »

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