Why Our New POC Cycling Gear Makes You a Better Rider

IMG_3691The introduction of POC Sports’ 2016 line of cycling gear turned some heads in the biking community. New designs and innovations make the gear an attractive choice for cycling accessories and can even make you a better rider.

Aside from the sleek style, the integration of new technology and compatibility adds a new-age touch to POC’s elegant design. For example, Separate components of the new 2016 line are designed to work together to make a more enjoyable and hassle-free cycling experience.

The POC Do Blade sunglasses – light-weight, flexible, and durable – are designed to be used in tandem with the POC Octal Road Helmet. Along with the sensitive lenses designed to increase contrasts on the road surface, the POC Do Blade sunglasses optimize airflow, aerodynamics, anti-fog, and comfort when worn with the Octal Helmet.

Similarly, both the Octal helmet and the POC Tectal mountain bike helmet provide high levels of protection with reinforced EPS liners and unibody shell construction without compromising their low weight and ventilation features. As far as we’re concerned, there is a reason why pros like UCI ProTeam Trek–Segafredo team member Ryder Hesjedal are wearing this POC gear combination.

POC also uses MIPS technology in some of its helmets. MIPS stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System and is essentially a brain protection system which allows for the helmet to slide relative to the head when a head strikes the ground at an angle (which happens in most falls). The POC Trabec Race MIPS helmet uses this technology, which also improves the life the helmet.

At Peak Cycles, we have just received all this POC gear and more. If you would like to learn more, or see hundreds of other types of bikesbike partscycling accessories, and cycling apparel don’t hesitate to stop into our store or visit bikeparts.com

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