Vanderkitten’s Maura Kinsella reports on her discovery of some secret special properties about KASK’s time trial helmet, the Crono, on her hilarious blog. Kinsella writes: “Some may call it an unfair advantage, but I call it innovative. Plus it’s UCI-legal.” What could she be referring to?
KASK Helmets sponsored athlete Joe Gambles has been featured in the March 2012 issue of Triathlete Magazine. The photo shows off Gambles’ powerhouse physique as he jogs roadside, and the accompanying interview reveals some fun personal facts, such as Joe’s Valedictorian status back at school. “The brains and the brawn.” Who knew! Read the full interview by clicking to view the larger image.
“With its short-lap format, success in a winter mountain-bike criterium requires cyclists to hold their own on a fast, snowy course that covers the lower portions of Vail Mountain. Wide tires will be the tool of choice for riders to navigate the varied terrain in this spectator-friendly, one-of-a-kind event.”
Pro Athlete Tamara Donelson competes in numerous mountain bike races and Xterra Triathlon events. She is the current Amateur Xterra National and World Champion. She is also an endurance coach and fitness model for companies like Trail Runner Magazine.
KASK Helmets sponsored athlete Joe Gambles came in second in the Australian Long Course Triathlon Championship. Congratulations to Joe for a fantastic race! Read a more detailed description of the race at FirstOfftheBike.com.
As an all-Italian brand over 20 years in the making, KASK sure appreciates kicking it old school. And there’s something especially delightful about a handwritten note in this digital media over-saturated age. What a pleasure to receive this postcard from Remi McManus of Team Exergy in the mail today! We’ve got the best athletes.
“Marc & Eugene,
Just wanted to give a shout out. Whether you are livin’ or dyin’, do it in a KASK.”
“I arrived in Santa Monica a week ago, so pumped to start training again. The first thing I saw when I looked up to the stairs of my apartment, were two huge boxes of the FINEST helmets in the world.” [...] “Of course, I couldn’t wait to give them all a test ride, I did my first ride this week with the Mojito helmet and absolutely LOVED it. It felt weightless and fit like a glove because like most of their helmets it is adjustable horizontally and vertically, so it –hugs- your skull as it adjusts to fit in the curve under your occipital bone.…+ it looked hot (you know that counts too!!).”