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Giro Prolight Helmet 2010 – Blue/Black

THIS helmet is perfect for those hot summer climbs. It is named after the helmet which changed the game, this is the helmet you want to be wearing when on one of those rides that just seems to keep going up and up. Some of its most attractive features include an Upper and lower In-mould […]

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Ekoi Squadra Road Race Helmet – France

THIS is a brand new range of helmets from Ekoi; a French manufacturer. It is designed to perform in the toughest conditions with an easily adjustable retention system. Its features include double in mould technology, re-inforced shell, 22 vents that keep you cool in the hottest climates and mesh insrted to keep the insects out.

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Met Sine Thesis Road Helmet – Black

  THE Met Sine Thesis Road helmet maximises weight saving, ventilation and comfort in what is regarded as a new approach to helmet construction.  Tested during the 2008 Tour de France by Liquigas and Cofidis Teams, Sine Thesis features three patented innovations: Ice Lite – Open structure design with an exoskeleton and integrated support for unparalleled […]

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Bell Sweep Helmet – Carbon Black – 2010 model

THIS is already one of the most popular helmets on the road and has been upgraded to Bell’s Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system. TAG makes the comfort of the helmet even more flexible, adjusting to your head on two axis’s Already one of the most popular and winning helmets on both the road and […]

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Bell Alchera

The Bell Alchera brings a new meaning to the term ‘riding on air’. With 17 specifically designed air vents for, the 2009 model helmet ensures riders are well cooled and are able to breath, while ensuring strong and sufficient safety is on offer. (more…)

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Louis Garneau Quartz Helmet

Louis Garneau has released some of the most respected and quality designed cycling products in the past decade, and in particular, his helmet range has been at the top of his portfolio. (more…)

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Met Sine-Thesis

The most professional helmet to be released by renowned head protection brand Met, the Sine-Thesis makes the most of the company’s top-of-the-line safety systems. On top of that, the helmet looks and feels great, meaning you will be comfortable when you strap it on to head out on your bike. Your head will be kept […]

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Bell Ghisallo

Bell’s second most expensive helmet has eked out a quiet but loyal market following for its classy looks, great fitting options and excellent safety element. The Ghisallo has allowed many cyclists to live to tell the tale after crashing at decent speeds, proving it does what it is supposed to do. (more…)

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Specialized S-Works

Specialized is targeting top-end road cyclists with its new S-Works helmet, a unit that tries to maximise the amount of cooling and protection for the least possible weight. Retailing at $240, you would want the helmet to be a pretty good unit, and it certainly goes a long way to claiming status as the best […]

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MET Stradivarius

If you are looking for a helmet that will give you all the perks of a top model but that looks a little bit different to the standard picture, pick up a MET Stradivarius. This helmet weighs 270 grams and has a long-standing record of being durable. In addition, MET products come with warranties so […]

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