The Louis Garneau Course Helmet bridges aerodynamics and ventilation for a practical solution for everyday road cyclists. By superiorly achieving the utmost in aerodynamics, ventilation, comfort, safety, and design, the Course Helmet is for sure, a winner. An aerodynamically designed inner-nerve system molded inside of the EPS liner to force air inside the helmet, circulate the rider's head, and evacuate to through the back of the helmet. Internally molded evacuation channels move the airflow, cool the head, and eliminate moisture. The Course Helmet was designed directly on the head of a rider in a cycling position, so it naturally adapts to the contour of the human head without excess material.
No this isn't from the Onion. This isn't a parody, this is real.
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Does anyone here know the differences between the two bars? I know the Ergo has a flat/oval top, but how pronounced is it relative to the standard? Also, does it say "SL70 Ergo" anywhere on the bar itself? The reason I ask is that a shop installed the Ergo, but it feels and looks just like the SL ... Read More »
Hey forum members,
So, I finally bought a Raleigh SC TT back in November. Haven't been able to ride due to the cracked Simplex front derailleur, that seems to commonplace for that years model. I'm looking for some advice on which would be a better set for me to go with.
The first is from Craigsli ... Read More »
The seller advertises this bike as having less than 75 original miles. !! If true - I want it. :-) The pictures certainly indicate it is in new condition. The Shimano RD has the period-correct arrow imprinted on it, and the paint, chrome, emblem, decals and sticker also appear new.
We'll se ... Read More »