2012 Cannondale Ryker Mountain Biking Helmet

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Michael DeLeon shows us the new 2012 Cannondale Ryker mountain biking helmet.

Cannondale Ryker Helmet


  • Takes Cannondale’s approach to form, function, saftey, comfort and overall usage
  • Dual density foam – impact is dispersed and redirected
  • Cone shaped foam act as “crumple zones” and allow for added safety and protection
  • Cones are in the front and both back corners of the helmet
  • Embedded chassis keeps helmet strong when there’s impact
  • Exoskeleton reinforcements adds support and strength in key impact zones
  • Occipital fit system with micro adjust dial for an easy and perfect fit
  • Rubber pad in back that’s moisture and odor resistant and venting for breathe-ability
  • “Pony-tail friendly”
  • Large vents
  • 5 color options
  • Weighs approx 250 grams
  • Available Aug/Sept 2011
  • $79.99

Cannondale Radius and Quick Rec/Urban Helmets


Radius

  • Removable visor for MTB utility
  • 22 flow through vents
  • Multi-molding polycarbonate shell technology
  • System integration micro-dial fit w/ ergo-fit occipital pad
  • $59.99

Quick

  • System integration micro-dial fit w/ ergo-fit occipital pad
  • Single-mold polycarbonate shell technology
  • 19 flow through vents
  • $39.99

Cannondale Teramo Road Biking Helmet

Watch the video of Michael DeLeon from Cannondale discussing the new Teramo road helmet on RoadbikeReview.
http://reviews.roadbikereview.com/cannondale-2012-teramo-road-biking-helmet

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.


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