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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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Time to Service Reverb, or Wait?

I've been riding on my Reverb for about a year with no problems, other than occasionally having to do a quick bleed. However, the dust wiper is now slightly torn, as is the remote boot, and last time I did a quick bleed, the fluid was a little black. I tend to get pretty frustrated when the instruc ... Read More »

Looking for a LBS in SFV that can work on Rockshox Reverb

Hello, Im looking for a LBS (other that H&S) in SFV that knows how to bleed and possibly rebuild my rockshox reverb. My XT rear brakes might need to be bled as well. Please let me know. ThxRead More »

rock shock reverb ?

couldnt find this answer anywhere in the manual. Is it ok to ride this post when its not fully extended up or compressed down?Read More »

Rockshox Reverb Stealth

...they are everywhere stock on trail and AM bikes. Rarely, you'll see a KS Lev Integra. Just wondering how such a problematic and unreliable dropper post got adopted by so many manufacturers for their new line-ups. What do you guys think (or know)?Read More »

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 »

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