Like all of Giro’s designs the Savant is immediately comfortable, and light too, at just 260g (L). To fit, the helmet uses the company’s newest Roc Loc 5 dial ratchet system. This has a three-point vertical adjustment and a tiny dial that’s easy to adjust while riding, even with gloves on.
I wanted to write this Blog entry today after an amazing weekend with numerous members of the RG Active Race Team achieving such great things over the last weekend, RG Active are extremely happy to be associated with the Race Team and all of it’s athletes and are very pleased to share everyone’s achievements with you all reading this Blog… as well as some Tour de France bits?
Hello Everyone, I have just finished watching the qualifying for the German Grand Prix on the BBC and am now watching the back end of the Tour de France stage on British Eurosport. I am obviously working hard at the same time and taking time out to write this post for you all! ha ha […]
Hello everyone, I have had a few people ask me about what to do when the wind is blowing, this was a factor in my race at Eton (Humanrace Event – Bananaman) this past weekend where the bike course was very open and exposed so the wind was in your face across you or behind […]