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... anyone have experience with eComposites???(5 posts)

... anyone have experience with eComposites???Akirasho
Feb 5, 2003 2:27 PM
http://www.ecomposites.co.uk/Fairings.htm
http://www.ecomposites.co.uk

... was thinking of adding another (non CPSC) aero lid to the collection...

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Don't look bad but do you like your brain working?PODIUMBOUNDdotCA
Feb 5, 2003 3:24 PM
Its a nice TT helmet. But unless your competing in the Tour, World Championships or Olympics why risk splattering your head all over the road? I'd recommend a Louis Garneau aero helmet. Pretty aero and its an actual helmet too incase anything unforeseen happens.

Nick
PodiumBound.ca
... understood, and not wanting to start a helmet debate...Akirasho
Feb 5, 2003 5:40 PM
... I'm a bit of a stuff junkie... and while I'm a firm believer in the use of a certified helmet... I know that there are no guarentees in life... indeed, to live is to risk... I merely like having the options (and the stuff).

Who knows, maybe my family can open a museum with all said stuff when I bite...

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That design sure looks familiar.....cydswipe
Feb 6, 2003 5:49 AM
...isn't that a Giro Revolution 4 knock-off? I had read that the fin design was a specific advantage to the studied rider for whom it was built for. A certain American Tour de France winner (4 and counting). If you get one, how much did it end up costing after VAT and duty?
That design sure looks familiar.....Akirasho
Feb 6, 2003 1:09 PM
...isn't that a Giro Revolution 4 knock-off?

That was my thought, but I don't know... indeed, the fin has been modified a bit over the years (and has been used by other riders in the Euro Pro peloton).

I haven't ordered... just thinking... and there'd be no VAT since I'm in the States.

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