Giro Synthe Mips Helmet
Womens Road Bike Giro Synthe MIPS Helmet. One of the major characteristics setting the Synthe MIPS apart from other similar models is the safety of MIPS; MIPS, or Multi Directional Impact Protection System, refers to the Swedish technology added to the helmet in the form of a thin inner layer that rotates slightly upon impact to absorb the brain-damaging rotational energy created in certain crashes. With less rotation comes less likelihood of a brain injury when you take a spill. Impact protection is usually a feature of helmets you’d rather not put to the test, however, and it’s far from the only one that’s important.
Truvativ Descendant Carbon Bb30 Direct Mount Crankset Boost
Drivetrain TruVativ Descendant Carbon BB30 Direct Mount Crankset Boost. It retains the quality construction and budget-friendly pricepoint we’ve come to expect from TruVativ to bring impeccable chain retention to your next ride. This version bumps the chainline out by three millimeters to pair with your Boost-equipped frameset for confident chain retention and race-ready power transfer.Carbon fiber arms interface with aluminum direct mount chainrings for a resulting lightweight crank arm that doesn’t require a finessing of parts in order to make an optimal single-ring setup.
Gore Wear C3 Gore Windstopper Leg Warmers
Womens Road Bike Gore Wear C3 Gore Windstopper Leg Warmers. The cool weather early in the morning asks for full tights, but as it warms up you wish you had shorts–the solution is the Gore Wear C3 Gore Windstopper Leg Warmers. With a Gore Windstopper membrane sealing out wind and soft fabric helping contain your hard-earned body heat, these leg warmers help keep your muscles warm while you need them while giving you the ability to lose a layer when things heat up. Silicone grippers at the top secure them in place while you’re riding, and zippers at the ankles allow you to easily remove them without taking off your shoes.
Kali Protectives Phenom Helmet
Womens Road Bike Kali Protectives Phenom Helmet. Occupying the upper echelon of Kali helmets, the Phenom was designed with all of the aerodynamic and weight considerations that characterize helmets at this level. However, Kali also had the ambitious goal of constructing the Phenom out of softer, lower density foam than what is generally used in high-end road helmets; this isn’t commonly done due to weight constraints, but the engineers at Kali wanted to avoid sacrificing riders’ protection in the name of weight, so they answered the problem by developing a proprietary shell design called Supervent. Not just included to enhance ventilation, Supervent structuring ensures the vents on the helmet maintain their integrity in the event of a crash, allowing Kali to create a breathable, vented helmet that retains ample cushioning from EPA foam.