The Best Helmet I have ever had.

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by Guest, Oct 2, 2001.

  1. EastCoast

    EastCoast New Member

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    Giro Pneumo!!!
     


  2. mfallon

    mfallon New Member

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    I read somewhere that the best helmet is the one that salvages your skull in a crash. Makes sense to me. I have a Giro E2 for my mountain bike that I love and I'm currently building up my first road bike and I haven't decided if I'm just going to wear the E2 or buy a new one specifically for road bikes.

    Matt
     
  3. BaCardi

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    MET is hard to come by in the US.
     
  4. lfdavis

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    A Giro Transit -- probably one of their cheapest at $35. Fit great, and saved me from being a lifetime vegetable a couple of months ago when the back of my head hit the asphalt hard enough to crack the styrofoam inside. I was able to sit up within 10 seconds, with no headaches or double vision. I just wish it had been able to protect the ribs that got bruised.

    And, yes, I bought another one the next time I was in the bike shop.
     
  5. Brett Douglas

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    I recently bought a Met Stradavarius to replace an ageing Bell Evo Pro.The fit of the Met, retention system, light weight, and venting are GREAT: well worth the dollars
     
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