UCI legal TT-helmets?

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
Protec
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by Protec

If you can't wait untill they release Jan's lid or Giro's new one, check these out. link removed

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Trek/VW
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by Trek/VW

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Lance's new helmet. Not good-looking.

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Florian
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by Florian

Is he resting his left knee on the forearm pad? :? :wink:

Interesting: no more Shimano AX brakes.
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BigFloppyLlama
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by BigFloppyLlama

The side profile looks better, but I still prefer the old plastic shell he had (Giro Rev V?)
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willf03
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by willf03

Tyler's got one too!
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willf03
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by willf03

Looks just as ugly as Lance's from the front, though. On second thought, it looks exactly like lance's from the front. Guess this makes sense as Giro and Bell are owned by the same company.
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willf03
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by willf03

Noticed a couple other things too. Looks like he could have a set of prototype (or just filed?) shifters on his bike, the ones he has are much narrower than the old ones. Also, as one of the most prominent cyclists in the world, you would think that Nike could get it together enough to print world championship strips on his kits. This is a least the second time this season that this has happened. Its not really that big of a deal but still...

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