Pro-Tec Auger Full Face Helmet

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MSRP : $64.00

Product Description

Pro-Tec Auger Full-face Helmet Lightweight, ample ventilation, comfort, ergonomics, and maximum protection wereThe starting points for designingThe Auger. CE/CPSC & ASTM 1952/2032 certified Interior liner of Dri-lex wicking material Ventilated EPS lineFiberglass shell construction 20 vents keep air flowing over and aroundThe head Sizing: Small (53-54cm) Large (57-58cm) X-Large(59-60cm)

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Paid Spam on RBR: Foundry Auger 59cm SRAM Red, Disc, etc

Hey all, Placed an add for my cyclocross bike over on Road Bike Review - check it out if you're in the market. [url=]2012 Foundry Auger B1 59cm Cyclocross - Disc Brakes - RoadBikeREVIEW.Com[/url] thanks BrianRead More »

Foundary Auger vs Ridley X-Fire

I will be in the market for a CX bike this year for the first time. I dipped my toes into CX last year after the XC season finished and LOVED it. Budget it a bit tight though so my LBS recommended the Foundry Auger over the Ridley X-Fire. Both are Carbon fiber frames, so I could build it up a bit mo ... Read More »

Auger Falls Map

Here's a map of the new trails. This is a fun little area to ride. I don't know that I would call it a destination but would make a worthwhile stop when traveling through/past Twin Falls or when in town for a Costco run. Also, just fyi at some point this month I think access is going to be limite ... Read More »

Auger Falls-Dec 15 - Great Riding.

Took a spin for a few hours down at Auger Falls on Sunday. For the middle of December I have to say the riding was excellent. For those that do not know, Auger Falls is a fairly new riding are in the Snake River Canyon North of Twin Falls, Idaho. The area is fairly flat with approximately 15 miles o ... Read More »

Foundry Auger First Ride

Just had a chance to get out on an Auger for a little bit. [URL=""]Full details here.[/URL] Short take: Very positive–moreso than I thought. I’ve followed Foundry on Facebook, and have appreciated their enthusiastic app ... Read More »

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