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Giro Reverb Helmet

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $99.49

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Product Description

A classic take on cycling style for today's urban environment. The Reverb's compact, classic lines are a perfect match to the clean new style that is driving urban cycling. The light-yet-tough In-mold shell wraps around to the inside of the helmet to resist dents and dings from life on the streets, and a self-adjusting fit system eliminates the need to dial-in the fit when wearing a cycling or winter caps. The finishing touch is a simple, removable cycling cap-style visor that adds a touch of style without compromising cooling ventilation in changing weather.

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Weinerd

Date Reviewed: June 23, 2012

Strengths:    styling. similar in shape to the new air attach aero road helmet at 1/3 to 1/4 the price!

Weaknesses:    Strap system not very adjustable

Bottom Line:   
I think I like Giro's new Air Attack aero road race helmet, but for $200, it's a little insane. The Giro Reverb has almost exactly the same aero shape, 3 more vents and is 1/3 to 1/4 the price. The strap isn't as tech or as adjustable, but the style rocks, as does the minimalist brim for use when just cruising or off-road.

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Reverb play. Any advice?

I have a stealth reverb that came on the bike I purchased new earlier this year. It has recently developed vertical play. That is there is about 7mm of travel whenever I sit down like one of those terrible old suspension posts. This is a small amount but believe me it is enough to be annoying. I ... Read More »

Rockshox Reverb - How it works.

It's taken me a LONG time to understand how the RockShox Reverb actually works. The diagrams out there are not as detailed as I was wanting to understand it. These are my diagrams of the internals. The first is of the post extended (seat up). Pumping the unit up pushes air into the blue areas. (S ... Read More »

2014 Bandit 27.5 - reverb hose routing

Hi all! I recently went from a B26 to a B275. I have a RS Reverb and I dont get how I supposed to route the hose. There is no guides on the top tube like on the B26 and I dont see any other obvious way to do it. I now have made some own solution but it does not feel 100 %. The frame has a hole i ... Read More »

Rock Shox Reverb, difference from 2013, 2014 and 2015 model

I am looking for a new Rock Shox Reverb dropper and have found a 2013 model on discount. But is there any difference from the 2014 or 2015 model other than they have a higher price ??Read More »

Reverb Stealth and 7mm x 9mm Carbon Rails?

Does anyone know if the clamp on the Reverb Stealth is fully compatible with oval 7mm x 9mm carbon rails? Do they possibly make an adapter for this style of rail? Thanks.Read More »

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