Why do dualsport/off road helmets have those giant peaks on them when road helmets don’t?
Do they serve some sort of purpose? I’d think having a peak that could catch on things when you come off would be a bad idea, and you’d come off much more often when you’re riding off pavement, wouldn’t you?
Wouldn’t having a big peak on a helmet catch wind and tire you out on the road as well?
FOLLOWUP: The baffling dual sport helmet part 2