2012 Cannondale Ryker Mountain Biking Helmet

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Michael DeLeon shows us the new 2012 Cannondale Ryker mountain biking helmet.
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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 has been the Site Manager of Mtbr.com for over 12 years and 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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