AustinC wrote an answer about Giro Remedy Carbon Fiber Helmet on March 31, 2012
A little over 2lbs
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A few years back I used to go to the local skate park I was really too young to do anything crazy but when biking came back into my life i picked up Mountain Biking relativity quick. it comes easy and naturally to me I absolutely love it! if I cannot get to the trails i will ride around my neighborhood just to get on my bike and just go.
At my local trails I do everything including double diamond trails i love everything that comes at me.
A little over 2lbs
I bought this in my local store and as my first FF helm I wanted to try them on to get the perfect fit. this helm is great I took plenty of nasty falls with it. could use a bit more ventilation (I live in south Florida so it gets HOT) but I cant be picky :p all in all awesome helm and for the price its deff worth it.
I love these things. awesome protection and a nice fit.
only down sides is that the hard plastic can get a bit annoying before you get em worn in. and the lack of air ventilation makes your hands sweat.
all in all if you value awesome protection and grip get a pair!
Nice and snug. great for getting some nice and solid grip on your grips but the lack of padding makes it a pain if you are on a bumpy trail.
100mm of travel is the standard anything more (150mm 200mm) is a very large fork and are made for more DH bikes.
So I would think it should be fine with your bike.
I don't ride without a pair of these on my feet. super comfy and wick the sweat off. also helps my ankles I tend to slam them into my cranks on high drops.
I purchased this size because I needed something lighter than a 2L and something that would hug my back.
I Love this thing! the 1.5L bladder is just enough for about 2 hours. I usually ride for around 6 hours so I ride out to refill it but on the trails it is great. super light and the front pocket is just big enough to put my phone in.
the only downside that I have for this is it does not have a buckle on the front ( as the larger ones do) so when I get air it slides up on my back a bit.
But besides the one downside I think it is great and perfect for what I use it for.
I FINALLY had a chance to try out this bike. this thing is just amazing! super light and sturdy. I used it for a trail ride and it works just as well as any other trail bike but with a twist. this thing can get some air.
All in All. I loved it. and for the price you cant beat it! Yeti has always made amazing bikes and this one is just another addition the Yeti greatness.
I have nothing but good things to say about these pads. The fit is great they are super snug and don't move yet they are not so tight that they cut the circulation to the rest of your legs (ya i have had knee pads that do that.) I have taken some nasty falls with these and they have taken the whole impact. I love how the Pads are not a hard plastic piece but instead are a solid foam that seems to turn hard when taking a big hit.
To sum it all up... buy them! for the price you cannot get anything better! I am 6'4 and 135lbs. I got the Small because I am a twigg.
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Whoever it is.. you.are.amazing. and you deserve a prize.
I am going to buy a pair of these but im not sure of the size. I use a size 10 in convers but a 12 in lakai so im not sure D:
should I get the 12?
I use a size 10 in low top convers what size would be right with these? i do know that convers run big because there is no side padding.