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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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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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Rockshox reverb

Not sure which forum this should be in, but thought I'd try here first. I just upgraded my seat post on my Fuel EX 7 to a rockshox reverb at its awesome! It's just a little too high for me and was wondering if I can cut this type of seat? Thanks!Read More »

reverb dropper post question

okay so I have the reverb 125mm travel on my Bronson, the part that goes into the seatpost is all the way down. My problem is when the seat is all the way up it is about a 1/2 inch to high for my comfort. Is there anyway to adjust the travel so when I let the seat up it doesn't come all the way up b ... Read More »

Reverb with Stumpjumper Carbon Frame? Does 4mm hose exist?

So the hole for the dropper post is 4mm and the Reverb hose is 5mm. So is every hydraulic brake hose I can find. Does 4mm hose exist? The hose doesn't route straight, so it is not a simple "drill the hole a bit bigger" like on the alloy frames. Ideas? (Yes, I am set on the reverb) Sent from ... Read More »

Rock Shox Reverb / Reverb Stealth

Thoughts / Opinions? Currently using a Thomson seatpost.Read More »

Reverb Stealth Bleed insanity

Hi all, I wasn't sure what forum to post this one in... I have a stealth here, fairly new. I have done the bleeding at the remote and the post works when in the fastest mode, but anything else and the post wont raise/lower. I know on the non-stealths its a simple matter to bleed everything... ... Read More »

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