Bike Reviews > selector

2012 Giro Selector Time Trial Helmet

2012 giro selector time trial helmet   2012 Giro Selector Time Trial Helmet

A new time trial helmet called Selector has been released by Giro for 2012. Coming with two aerodynamic lowers, the Selector allows riders to choose between different depths for the bottom section at the back, which are 10mm and 45mm.

Between the helmet and the back of the rider, there is no drag-causing gap. Drag is prevented since there are no front vents in the shell of the helmet. However, at the top of the removable visor, the little vents go straight to some deep channels in the body of the helmet.

In turn, the deep channels remove the air to wear out ports at the back, providing a steady flow of air over the rider’s head. Being one of the fastest production aero helmets on the market today, the 2012 Giro Selector Time Trial Helmet comes at a quite expensive price tags.

Read More…

2011 Giro Selector Aero Helmet

2011 giro selector aero helmet   2011 Giro Selector Aero Helmet

A new aero helmet called the Selector from Giro has been launched for 2011. Along with an integrated visor are two different replaceable tail sections, which are the cutaway section and the full length one. In-mold process is used to manufacture this CEN and CPSC certified helmet.

Featured by the Selector are a reinforced cage built into the EPS foam and the TT version of Giro’s minimal Roc Loc 5 dial adjustment system. To get rid of bad odor, the helmet is built with antimicrobial, silver-fiber X-static paddling. The helmet is proven to lessen drag and save time.

Ideal for time trial and triathlon, the 2011 Giro Selector Aero Helmet is crafted with a tailored approach to aerodynamics. A maximum of 15mm up-and-down adjustment is achieved by the low-profile, three-position vertical fit tab of the RocLoc5 retention system.

Read More…