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Anybody have experience with a Briko Twinner?(4 posts)

Anybody have experience with a Briko Twinner?Fiver
Jul 9, 2001 12:01 PM
No stories about what your dog or cat did to it, please.

I found a good web deal on one, and I'm curious about how they fit, vent, etc. Do the vents/air channels actually work as well as Briko claims? I've owned several Giros (currently using a '99 Boreas) that fit fairly well--anyone able to compare the Briko to Giro's fit?

Thanks for any comments.
re: Anybody have experience with a Briko Twinner?oval
Jul 9, 2001 12:22 PM
didn't fit my melon very well
My comments...alansutton
Jul 9, 2001 10:35 PM
I've used this for a few months, I was of the lucky few with a head shaped to fit it. Ventilation is good, but not any better than my Boras. It's light but fragile, in fact mine was crushed when my bike fell over on it- and I have a 16lb bike! The biggest problem I had was the fact that there aren't any holes to stick my fingers through to scratch my head. I didn't realized how often I did this until I couldn't!
I'd thinkyoodoofus
Jul 10, 2001 6:56 AM
any helmet would be crushed, or at least severely damaged to the point of requiring replacement, if a beike fell over on it... duh.