UCI legal TT-helmets?

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Samu Ilonen
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Selev but any more? Aby suggaetion about prices?

http://www.selevhelmets.com/images_2004 ... 4_maxi.jpg

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The Garneau Prologue helmet is


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Yes, that's the first one to come. I have heard that Lazer has a new but haven't yet seen it.

Any more?

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Just wait till the Tour, everyone will have a new Aero UCI legal helmet there.

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Superlite wrote:Just wait till the Tour, everyone will have a new Aero UCI legal helmet there.



...yeaaah, i´m really anxious about the one lance uses :wink:
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I'm too!

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...as seen on tv (today: tour of germany) :wink:
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Do you mean the helmet or the stomach??? :P
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cadence90 wrote:Do you mean the helmet or the stomach??? :P


:lol: :lol: :lol:
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cadence90 wrote:Do you mean the helmet or the stomach??? :P


Jan looked lean and mean. And he finished second, only beaten by TT superspecialist Michel Rich. ahead of Aki Peschel...

so we might really get an entertaining and exciting TdF at last!
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Ullie looks like he's ready for the tour and he's riding a his Walser bars again. Not sure about the frame

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Good. I was joking about the stomach of course. Good for Ullrich.
I do hope the Tour is good and that there are some real sparks this time!
I also hope Petacchi does not win 1 zillion stages.... :roll:
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Joel wrote:Ullie looks like he's ready for the tour and he's riding a his Walser bars again. Not sure about the frame

The frame is a Giant TT 2004. If you look closely at the headtube you see the tear-shape, the same one could see on IGG's black and gold TT machine last year. Not a bad bike, and it doesn't seem to have slowed him down, but on the other hand i really don't see the sponsor's point: What do they prefer, a Tour-winner on a Giant-labelled Walser and on Lightweights, or a Tour-second place with a true Giant on Shimano wheels?

The stem was also an alloy-coloured thingy, definitely no Walser.

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Joel wrote:Ullie looks like he's ready for the tour and he's riding a his Walser bars again. Not sure about the frame


I hope he rides well.

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notice the front brakes behind the fork on Jan's bike

Good aero concept for brakes and cables.

His hands sure are low

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