Posted: December 12th, 2012 | Filed under: Featured, Products, Shoes Apparel Helmets | Tags: helmet, helmets, lazer, lazer armor, lazer helmets, lazer o2, lazer oxygen | No Comments »
Lazer helmets have long been regarded as some the best in the world. They’re light, comfy, stylish, safe, affordable, and most importantly, they’re now available at Bicycle Therapy. Lazer makes a lot of really great helmets, but we’ve picked two models in a few great colors to have at the shop.
The Lazer Oxygen (aka O2) is a high performance, high value roadie that features an outstanding fit, low profile shape, great ventilation, and low weight, all for $110.
The Armor is a perfect choice for the everyday rider that wants a safe, super light, well ventilated helmet with subtle styling that looks more at home on the streets than in the Tour de France.
Follow the links for more info on these great helmets and then swing by the shop to try on something new.
Posted: February 1st, 2012 | Filed under: Featured, Products, Shoes Apparel Helmets, Specialized, Uncategorized | Tags: helmet, helmets, propero, propero 2, propero II, specialized, specialized propero 2, specialized propero II | 2 Comments »
Pop quiz! A good helmet:
A) Keeps you safe
B) Cools your head
C) Fits well
D) Looks great
E) All of the above
Pencils down. If you answered E) All of the above, you passed and you can go ride your bike. If you didn’t get the correct answer and/or you’re still reading in the hope of being better prepared next time, you should know a that a good helmets does A through D well. A great helmet does it all really well and does it at an affordable price. The Specialized Propero II is a really great helmet, but you don’t have to take our word for it.
BikeRadar.com just confirmed what we’ve known for a while now: The Specialized Propero II delivers level of performance and style that you’d expect from top-shelf lids like its big brother and Pro Tour favorite the Specialized S-WORKS Prevail, but at less than half the price. The Propero II, in addition to passing or exceeding all safety standards, features Specialized’s 4D cooling, ultra-adjustable retention and sizing systems, and styling so similar to the S-WORKS Prevail that you’ll fool your riding buddies for a long time. The best feature of the Propero II is that fact that even though it’s an incredible value for money, you’ll never be compromising performance and you’ll never regret your choice.
We’ve got the Specialized Propero II in stock in all sizes and colors, so stop by soon to get yours.
Posted: July 11th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Product Reviews, Products, Shoes Apparel Helmets | Tags: helmet, propero, specialized | No Comments »
One of the most common questions we get at the shop is, “How much better are the expensive helmets than the $30 helmets?” It’s a great question. All the helmets pass the same safety standards, they all look kinda the same, so why would someone spend up to seven times more? Once we explain that the more expensive helmets are lighter, better ventilated, and better fitting, we almost certainly get the next question, “Ok, so which is the best one?” It’s hard not to say that the Specialized Propero is the best bang for buck.
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Posted: March 5th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Product Reviews, Products | Tags: 2011, helmet, prevail, road bike, S-WORKS, specialized | No Comments »
In case you haven’t heard, Specialized has released their new S-WORKS helmet for 2011: the Prevail, as in, “cooler heads prevail.” We’re really stoked on the new S-WORKS lid, and apparently CyclingNews and BikeRadar are pretty happy too; 4.5 out of 5 stars!
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Posted: January 19th, 2011 | Filed under: Products, Specialized | Tags: 2011, city, commuter, helmet, specialized, street smart, urban | No Comments »
There is a definite trend in the bicycle helmet world towards more subtle, casual styling for urban cyclists. Case in point: the Bern helmets that have become so popular. Yes, we carry Bern, but not everyone wants the same thing; it’s why they make chocolate and vanilla, no? That’s why we carry the new Specialized Street Smart helmet, too. Light, high-tech, well ventilated, and casual all for just $60.
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