The Garneau Vortice (left), next to the Giro Selector (middle) and the Uvex Aero (right).
The Louis Garneau Vortice is a serious effort to pack in as many features as possible into a single aero helmet. I don't have a wind tunnel to back up the claims, but it's a good-looking helmet, easy to use, and well-ventilated.
Very few brands sell pro-level apparel to the public. One is Louis Garneau; their Course lineup is very impressive, and we're reviewing their Course Skin and Course Tri suits.
Giro has created an entirely new category of helmet, and it's a really great one for triathletes. Here's my review after half a year of riding this beast.
It's the last day of our Interbike coverage, and as usual, we saved some of the coolest stuff for last. Enjoy!
In our final segment of this year's Ironman World Championships, we're going to take a closer look at the wide array of custom helmets made just for the pros.
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