As a company, Giro manufactures the most comprehensive line of bike helmets available today. Generally speaking, you can find a Giro bike helmet in one six different categories:
Giro’s Super Fit engineering process is the foundation of every Giro helmet—bicycle helmet, ski helmet, or snowboard helmet. Every model is scaled and shaped for its intended wearer using a database of cranial measurements and rider input compiled from hundreds of people large and small, young and old, from around the world. Conceptually speaking, this means that if there is a perfect fitting bicycle helmet out there made specifically for you, it’s most likely a Giro helmet.
The breadth of the Giro bike helmet lineup speaks to the commitment Giro has made to outfit each and every cyclist with a level of head protection unsurpassed by any other manufacturer in the business today. With more than 20 different models in the Giro bike helmet lineup, you are practically guaranteed to find a Giro bicycle helmet that will fit you perfectly – man or woman, adult or child.
No matter if you’re a road rider, a mountain biker, a cyclocrosser, a BMX’er, a trackie, a triathlete, or a commuter, chances are you’ll find a Giro bicycle helmet that fits your head and your style.
If you need a full face mountain bike helmet, look no further than the Giro Cipher. The Giro Cipher full face helmet features a fiberglass exterior hard shell married to an EPS foam liner, making it very strong yet lightweight. The super-thick EPS foam liner protects your head while 13 vents with internal wind channels keep you cool. Other features of the Giro Remedy full face helmet:
Giro, based in Scotts Valley, CA, is a worldwide leader in the design, development and marketing of premium, high-performance protective gear and accessories for action sports and active lifestyles. Since 1985, Giro has been at the vanguard of helmet design and protection. Helmet technology has improved steadily since the mid-1980s.
Ski racing helmets and bicycling helmets used to be clunky things that were heavy and poor fitting because helmet construction technology lagged significantly behind the science of head protection. Thus the cyclist or skier who wanted head protection was limited to heavy motorcycle-like helmets with little or no vents. Then in 1984 came a new protective standard, ASTM F2040, and an ingenious designer by the name of Jim Gentes who had a vision to create lightweight, well-vented yet highly protective headgear that could achieve this new ASTM F2040 standard.
Gentes founded Giro Sport Design in 1985 and introduced the first Giro bicycle helmet to market in 1986, an oversized, expanded polystyrene (EPS) bicycle helmet that came with interchangeable bright-colored Lycra cloth helmet covers. Because it had no hard shell, this new Giro cycling helmet was incredibly lightweight. It was also extremely well vented. And with the interchangeable covers, Giro brought style into the mix. One day you could ride wearing a red Giro helmet, the next day you could wear a blue one. Over the next two decades, Giro continued to advance its bicycle helmet designs. Giro was able to apply much of its experience in constructing bicycle helmets to manufacturing ski helmets and snowboard helmets. With more units sold than any other manufacturer, Giro is quite simply the leader in the development of protective gear for your head.