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Trusted adviser and fit expert Mat Steinmetz was on hand.
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Chris Yu of Specialized's R&D department goes over the new Specialized McLaren helmet with a very attentive Crowie.
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Crowie inspected the new helmet very closely.
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The Specialized Shiv of Crowie is being set up in the A2 Wind Tunnel where the new platform now allows yaw angle adjustments on the fly.
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The Shiv is waiting for the pedals and Crowie.
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Dave Salazar is at the control at A2.
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Moving through the yaw angles is now a breeze, saving the test objects quite a bit of time and money.
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Mat Steinmetz showed Crowie before the test one more time where he was in terms of helmet position.
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Various helmets were tested but the run started with Crowie's beautifully custom painted Giro Advantage 2.
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Ready for another run.
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A little breather after some hard efforts in the tunnel.
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The Specialized S-Works McLaren helmet will be put through the paces next.
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Crowie is getting settled before the next run with Mat Steinmetz looking on.
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The frontal surface of this Specialized S-Works McLaren helmet is quite small.
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Mat Steinmetz also worked on some hand positions with Craig Alexander.
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Here the Specialized TT02 helmet was tested with Chris Yu lending a hand.
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Hmmm, maybe the next smaller size.
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Crowie really wanted to test as many helmets as possible.
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The slowtwitch moto helmet looked good, but was just too heavy.
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Chris Yu with the Specialized S-Works McLaren helmet that really shined today.