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July 30, 2015, 12:22 p.m. -  Andy Eunson

#!markdown Lot's of the rooster tail of dirt is overhead and a rider can also duck briefly to protect the goggles if another rider in front cuts across his path or the rider cuts across to change line. Lots also will land on top of the helmet and slide down onto goggles if there is no visor. Visors aren't for the sun although you can use them that way. Dark lenses are for sun. If you put the visor low enough to shade the sun you may obscure your vision for low branches and stuff on mountain bike rides.

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