Continuing the momentum generated from the classic, the new U.P. was designed to be lighter than the original. Still the Jack of All Trades we all fell in love with, the new U.P. can be ridden with 700c or 650b/27.5" wheels, with slick road tires or knobby trail tires, and with drop handlebars or flat MTB bars.Discover The 2018 OPEN U.P.
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Whether you’re a globe-trotting triathlete or just starting to train for your first competition, R&A will have what your head needs. We stock the world’s widest variety of Tri/TT helmets. All of the helmets we sell are great for different reasons, but we’ve narrowed it down to our handful of favorites for 2016.
Tri/TT helmets are designed to keep you cool, comfortable, and protected while also maximizing your aerodynamic efficiency in a tucked position. While we sell a great number of Tri/TT helmets that are all excellent in different ways, these are R&A’s overall favorites, at three different price points, to help you streamline your search.
The 2016 Giro Selector helmet is an excellent all-around Tri/TT helmet that costs half as much as some, but it will serve any athlete well, and in a variety of weather or course conditions. Starting at $275.
The golf-ball-like dimples on the front portion of the Louis Garneau P-09 Aero hint at the lengths its engineers went to make sure it’s fast. And, because it’s a Garneau, you can be sure it offers superb breathability. Starting at $349.
The Kask Bambino Pro is what happens when helmet engineers decide to eliminate all possible barriers to aero helmet performance. Light, comfortable, breathable, and fast, with an eye-catching design, this helmet justifies its starting price of $499.