Giro's Cinder is a good helmet at a good price. It looks good and fits great, but riders who live in consistently hot climates might want a
Giro has made a lace-up that’s easy to reach for on daily rides, especially for a guy like me who tends to fidget with fit frequently.
Launched at Tour of California, Giro Sport Design has a new take on aero helmet shaping that it says is the fastest it has ever tested.
Sleek aesthetics, low weight, and solid safety features set the Giro Synthe helmet apart.
The Giro Chrono Pro bibs feature Italian Lycra, lay-flat straps, and an anatomically shaped chamois
The Empire is as good as ever, now in a super visible, and surprisingly durable, package.
The season of mergers and acquisitions continues as Bell, Giro, and Blackburn are sold. Rossignol buys fellow French brand Time.
Bell and Giro will partner with a tech company that produces a camera that captures 360-degree video.
With a focus on subdued style, fit and technology, the Chrono line aims to cater to all types of riders from pros to enthusiasts.
Logan VonBokel grabs some pix of goodies from Tifosi, Pactimo, Mash and more