Aero Helmets – Louis Garneau Rocket Air And Giro Advantage 2

Whichever distance of triathlon you compete in, eventually your training and nutrition will get you up to a standard, and then you’ll hit the dreaded plateau, and be left wondering what you can do to get those race times down even further. Once you have found a way to fly through the transitions without fuss, and if you have a great tri bike which is light as a feather and so aerodynamic it is practically invisible from the front, maybe it’s time to look at yourself and your own aerodynamics. This can mean playing around with your ‘shape’ in the saddle to minimize wind-resistance, or it might mean switching from a standard cycling helmet to a more aerodynamic aero helmet.

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