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After your little one outgrows her tricycle, it's time to upgrade to a two-wheel bicycle. To maximize use, buy the largest bike possible that still allows her to touch the ground with her feet, pedal properly, and easily reach the brakes. The lighter the bike, the easier it is for a child to navigate. Training wheels will help with balance.
Burley
$398.95

Tow the Burley Honey Bee Child Trailer behind your bicycle, or use the included stroller kit to turn it into a comfortable strolle...r for both of your munchkins. The full internal roll cage exceeds ASTM F1975-09 safety standards, and the five-point harness system keeps them securely strapped into their plush polyester seats. The simple and durable non-zip cover protects your passengers from rain, and the splash guards keep dirt and water from getting tossed onto the bottom of the Honey Bee, so the kids' seats don't get soggy. Burley also added tinted side windows to let your children see where you're taking them without getting too much sun.To make your roll as pleasant for you as it is for the kids, Burley equipped the Honey Bee with a height-adjustable handlebar, a hub-engaged parking brake for extra safety, and 20-inch push-button wheels that provide a smooth ride. The tow arm and hitch are easy to attach to your bicycle, and the user's manual will let you know everything you need to know for a quick and simple setup. When you're all done for the day, pull the the latching system to fold it up for compact storage in the closet so you're not tripped over your stroller as you bring in groceries or chase the little ones around the house. read more

KENT
$109.99

The KENT Boys' Action Zone 18 Bike features a sturdy, low-profile steel frame and coaster and linear pull brakes.

Burley
$298.95

Strap one or two children in the Burley Bee Trailer and finish all your daily chores on a bike instead of a car. Up to two kids fi...t in the full internal roll cage that exceeds ASTM F1975-09 safety standards, and the three-way buckles will keep them in their plush polyester seats. A more durable polyester makes up the cover to protect them from splashes, dirt, and rocks, and UV-protected windows give them a view. The Bee Trailer also features two 20-inch push-button wheels, a pocket for your helmet, three internal pockets, and a rear cargo area for groceries. This trailer also folds flat so you can take it on vacations with you, and reflectors work with the safety flag to maintain visibility in low light. read more

K2
$149.95

Checking in at just 11oz, K2's Route Helmet is the lightest snow helmet on the market. It takes its cues from climbing helmets--ju...st check out the ventilation system. The polycarbonate shell and EPS foam liner are fully certified for skiing, snowboarding, and even biking protection. The earpads are removable, as are the fully adjustable headlamp and goggle clips, making for a fully customizable package whether you're in the resort or the backcountry. K2 teamed up with Boa to provide the fully adjustable Boa FS 360 fit system and also included a stretchy waterproof cover that provides the Route with serious weather protection when you wear it during storms. read more

Thule
$1,199.95

Take your children along when you jog, ski and bike with this multi-sport carrier and stroller from Thule.Gift Givers: This item s...hips in its original packaging. If intended as a gift, the packaging may reveal the contents.Compare stroller types here. Comfortable double seated chassis with removable padding thatÕs enclosed by transparent netting & a roll-up weatherproof cover for protection from insects & the weather Window venting allows for temperature control Thule's tried and tested 5-point seatbelt system Click nÕ Store technology for convenient on board storage of conversion kits Ergonomic handlebar is ideal for jogging & the adjustable suspension is designed to provide a smooth and stable ride Safety features including reflective material, a parking brake & internal roll cage Age: newborn to 5 years Maximum weight capacity: 100 lbs. Manufacturer's lifetime limited warrantyFor warranty information please click here Manufacturer's limited 1-year warranty on fabric Imported Model Numbers Burgundy: 10101320 Blue: 10101321 Size: One size. Color: Red. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Infant. read more

Thule
$1,199.95

Take your children along when you jog, ski and bike with this multi-sport carrier and stroller from Thule.Gift Givers: This item s...hips in its original packaging. If intended as a gift, the packaging may reveal the contents.Compare stroller types here. Comfortable double seated chassis with removable padding thatÕs enclosed by transparent netting & a roll-up weatherproof cover for protection from insects & the weather Window venting allows for temperature control Thule's tried and tested 5-point seatbelt system Click nÕ Store technology for convenient on board storage of conversion kits Ergonomic handlebar is ideal for jogging & the adjustable suspension is designed to provide a smooth and stable ride Safety features including reflective material, a parking brake & internal roll cage Age: newborn to 5 years Maximum weight capacity: 100 lbs. Manufacturer's lifetime limited warrantyFor warranty information please click here Manufacturer's limited 1-year warranty on fabric Imported Model Numbers Burgundy: 10101320 Blue: 10101321 Size: One size. Color: Blue. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Infant. read more

Hollywood Racks
$184.99 $121.39

Pair your door-mounted spare tire with the SR2 to easily transport one or two bikes. The sturdy rack adjusts to center bikes on ve...hicles with offset spares, and a locking knob secures rack to vehicle. It fits most lug patterns and tires up to 12-1/2... read more

Radio Flyer
$39.97

The Radio Flyer Glide & Go Balance Bike boosts your child's confidence by giving them a more fun and effective way to learn ho...w to ride a bike. This pedal-free beginner bike allows them to focus on balance, preparing for a two-wheeler in no time. Great... read more

Allen Sports
$49.97

This Allen Sports Deluxe 3-Bike Trunk Rack is ideal for weekend biking trips with friends and family. It can accommodate up to thr...ee bicycles safely and is compatible with a wide range of vehicles, including many sedans, hatchbacks, minivans and SUVs.... read more

Weehoo
$279.99

When you're out with your child in the Weehoo WeeGo Buggy Bicycle Trailer and Jogger, either riding around the lake or jogging thr...ough the park, passersby may be inclined to note your remarkable dedication as a parent. What they don't know is that, come race day, the extra weight and drag of the WeeGo won't be behind your rear wheel. While your kids are eating cereal out of sandwich bags, you'll be crushing base miles and intervals with the added benefits of resistance training while practicing bike-to-run transitions. The WeeGo is adjustable for single or double occupancy, and the option of a mesh front panel or a fully sealed, anti-element plastic windscreen means your passengers will enjoy their toasted oat cereal in comfort, regardless of weather conditions. read more

K2
$129.95

Whether you're shredding your favorite powder stash or biking a hidden trail, stay safe with the K2 Stash Helmet. It's both snow- ...and bike-certified thanks to a new Convertible Full-Wrap liner that keeps your head and ears warm in winter and pops out to help you stay cool in summer. Even if you don't have the liner in, you can still use the 360 K2Dialed fit system to lock in the perfect fit with the twist of a dial. Passive ventilation channels cool air over your head to manage moisture and keep you from overheating during spring park sessions. The Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggle strap in check so it doesn't slip when you take a spill. Whatever adventure you're on, the Stash has your back. read more

K2
$129.95

Whether you're shredding your favorite powder stash or biking a hidden trail, stay safe with the K2 Stash Helmet. It's both snow- ...and bike-certified thanks to a new Convertible Full-Wrap liner that keeps your head and ears warm in winter and pops out to help you stay cool in summer. Even if you don't have the liner in, you can still use the 360 K2Dialed fit system to lock in the perfect fit with the twist of a dial. Passive ventilation channels cool air over your head to manage moisture and keep you from overheating during spring park sessions. The Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggle strap in check so it doesn't slip when you take a spill. Whatever adventure you're on, the Stash has your back. read more

K2
$129.95

Making a name for itself as the lightest and only bike-certified ski helmet in the women's collection, the K2 Meridian Helmet give...s you four-season functionality in style. The tough polycarbonate shell is lined with highly-protective EPS foam to protect your noggin when working on new tricks in the terrain park, and the convertible full-wrap liner is extra soft, breathable, and wicks moisture for a super comfortable fit all day. The 360 K2dialed Fit System ensures just the right fit, the Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggles securely in place, and the Passive channel ventilation system cools you down when things heat up on your bike, board, or skis. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

K2
$129.95

Making a name for itself as the lightest and only bike-certified ski helmet in the women's collection, the K2 Meridian Helmet give...s you four-season functionality in style. The tough polycarbonate shell is lined with highly-protective EPS foam to protect your noggin when working on new tricks in the terrain park, and the convertible full-wrap liner is extra soft, breathable, and wicks moisture for a super comfortable fit all day. The 360 K2dialed Fit System ensures just the right fit, the Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggles securely in place, and the Passive channel ventilation system cools you down when things heat up on your bike, board, or skis. read more

K2
$129.95

Whether you're shredding your favorite powder stash or biking a hidden trail, stay safe with the K2 Stash Helmet. It's both snow- ...and bike-certified thanks to a new Convertible Full-Wrap liner that keeps your head and ears warm in winter and pops out to help you stay cool in summer. Even if you don't have the liner in, you can still use the 360 K2Dialed fit system to lock in the perfect fit with the twist of a dial. Passive ventilation channels cool air over your head to manage moisture and keep you from overheating during spring park sessions. The Magna-Snap goggle clip keeps your goggle strap in check so it doesn't slip when you take a spill. Whatever adventure you're on, the Stash has your back. read more

Burley
$688.95

If you want your kids to grow up loving the feel of wind in their hair and wheels on the pavement, it's smart to get 'em early, an...d the Burley D'Lite Child Trailer allows you to do just that. It's set up to haul two munchkins (or an equivalent amount of gear) safely and securely behind your bike, but it is also compatible with Burley's stroller, jogger, and ski kits, so you can enjoy four seasons and as many activities with the whole fam. Features like the helmet-friendly head space and bowed-out elbow room make sure comfort is a priority, while the aluminum roll cage, UV-blocking windows, and five-point harness mean your rugrats can ride in safety while you get your workout in. The seats are padded and easily collapsible, so you can load in rocks and bags of sand if you feel like pulling some extra weight, and Burley decked the harnesses out with its Spring Integrated Technology, which means they'll always stay snug and tangle free. read more

Burley
$478.95

With the Burley Encore Child Trailer hooked to your bike, having a babysitter is no longer a requirement for you to get a ride in.... Despite being a scaled-down version of the deluxe D-Lite trailer, the Encore still boasts comfort-enhancing features like the adjustable sunshade and padded seats that can be reclined for afternoon naps. A zip-down rain window keeps kids dry if the weather takes a turn for the worse, and generous rear storage provides space for picnic supplies and extra gear. Even better, accessory kits allow you to easily convert the trailer into a stroller, a jogger, or even a ski-mounted sled. read more

Burley
$688.95

If you want your kids to grow up loving the feel of wind in their hair and wheels on the pavement, it's smart to get 'em early, an...d the Burley D'Lite Child Trailer allows you to do just that. It's set up to haul two munchkins (or an equivalent amount of gear) safely and securely behind your bike, but it is also compatible with Burley's stroller, jogger, and ski kits, so you can enjoy four seasons and as many activities with the whole fam. Features like the helmet-friendly head space and bowed-out elbow room make sure comfort is a priority, while the aluminum roll cage, UV-blocking windows, and five-point harness mean your rugrats can ride in safety while you get your workout in. The seats are padded and easily collapsible, so you can load in rocks and bags of sand if you feel like pulling some extra weight, and Burley decked the harnesses out with its Spring Integrated Technology, which means they'll always stay snug and tangle free. read more

POC
$269.95 $215.96

If you spent any time watching the Tour, you likely were drawn to the day-glo accoutrement wrapping the domes of a certain argyle-...embracing team. While the POC Octal Limited Edition Helmet isn't technically categorized as AVIP, there's no doubt it'll get noticed out on the road. Between its subtle graphics lending a nod to POC's ten-year anniversary and team affiliation, its notably colorful ear straps, and the Octal's unabashedly unique profile, this helmet shines bright to stand out from the crowd as it protects your dome through all manner of ride.While the more concussion-prone among the staff here at Competitive are keeping our fingers crossed for a MIPS version of this colorway, riders with a less robust concussion history can consider themselves well protected with the Octal's carefully chosen EPS foam, with a density strategically chosen to absorb impact forces if you do happen to hit the tarmac. It also provides increased coverage by extending over the back of the head and wrapping the temples without adding unnecessary weight. At just a claimed 250 grams, the Octal sits in line with other high-end helmets to rest lightly atop your head, ushering cooling airflow through its signature oversized vents. Smaller, yet not less impressive details make life on the bike just that much easier. A low-profile click wheel retention strap, no doubt inspired by POC's snow sports helmets, provides micro-adjustable customization for a comfortable fit every time you clip in. Unassuming gripper panels at the sides of the outer temple vents comprise an Eye Garage, which helps ensure that your glasses don't go anywhere when you stash them in your helmet, even on rough roads. read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Smith
$180.00

Before you take a look at your battered old helmet and decide to give it one more go-around on the trails this season, we'd recomm...end giving Smith's new Rover MIPS Helmet your full, undivided attention. We've had nothing but good things to say about the safety-conscious designs Smith has rolled out over the past few years, but budget-friendly has never been a selling point of the brand's innovative creations. That changes with the Rover MIPS, which is effectively a more economical take on Smith's first mountain bike helmet, the Forefront. Whether you count yourself as a Lycra-clad fixture on the weekend XC race circuit or prefer to spend your days exploring the unknown on your enduro-leaning trail bike, the Rover doesn't compromise on safety to decrease price. In fact, by using less of its hallmark Koroyd material, Smith shaved weight from the Rover MIPS and improved ventilation. Smith constructs each of its helmets with the honeycomb-esque Koroyd because it compresses in the event of an impact, furthering contributing to the the standard In-Mold EPS foam shell's protective properties. Smith also adds the further protection of MIPS to round out the design. MIPS, or Multi-Directional Impact Protection System, refers to Swedish technology built into the helmet to minimize the damaging effects of angled impacts. The technology takes the form of a thin inner liner, flexible and light, which rotates upon impact to potentially lessen the likelihood of brain injury in crashes that generate oblique, sloshing force. In addition to all that safety, the Rover MIPS also comes with Smith's proven VaporFit fit one-handed adjustment system and AirEvac vents--18 to be specific--arranged to usher air through the helmet. As you rally over rock gardens and lean around unexpected corners, the Rover will sit securely, offering extended coverage along the temples and the back of your head. Plus, the integrated visor is built into the helmet's shell, so it won't move around or break o... read more

Lazer
$379.95

The Lazer Z1 Lifebeam Helmet has two very large plusses going for it. First, the Z1 is probably the most "Euro" helmet in our cata...log. Second, we're shipping it as a package that includes the Z1 and an integrated Lifebeam heart rate monitor. We can't really support claims for the helmet's Euro-ness with any empirical evidence (it just feels Euro), but the included sensor system is backed by partner-company Lifebeam's pedigree in keeping tabs on vital signs. Since this pedigree involves monitoring jet pilots and astronauts experiencing stress levels that are often literally out of this world, the company is more than capable of handling the relatively modest hardships of a bike race. Lifebeam builds its optical heart rate sensor into a Z1 forehead pad, so it integrates cleanly with Lazer's peloton-proven, top-tier racing helmet. The sensor does require skin contact, so any headwear that comes between your brow and the helmet's padding array would also interfere with monitoring. A transmitter out back communicates the sensor's findings from head to head unit via Bluetooth 4. 0 and ANT+--the ubiquity of which means it's likely compatible with your current cockpit brain. As mentioned above, the helmet itself is Lazer's peloton-grade model, and it's seen plenty of stage wins atop the heads of Lotto Soudal's climbers and sprinters alike, proving that it's an all-purpose model in the increasingly specialized field of cycling helmets. The generous vents and classic ABS/polycarbonate shell construction strike the standard notes of low weight and high ventilation that we expect from a helmet. Lazer's Rigidity Brace System (RBS), Advance Rollsys System (ARS), and T-Pro design ensure that those qualities don't come with a tax on the helmet's protective abilities. RBS is the helmet equivalent of a roll cage, and the T-Pro design extends that protection to your temples without obstructing your field of vision while you're tucked in on long descents. You know, the descents we... read more

Smith
$180.00

Satisfied with the levels of premium protection it achieved with its Forefront and Overtake helmets, Smith returned to the drawing... board to fill more gaps in its helmet line this year. On the road side, it pared down the impressive silhouette of the Overtake to craft the Route MIPS Helmet. Featuring a lighter shell and the added protection of Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS), the Route MIPS fills the void whether you're a fixture on the bike paths during rush hour or a recreational cyclist looking for a safe, versatile helmet. Compared to the Overtake, Smith adds less of its proprietary Koroyd material to the Route, lining the underside of some vents with the material. Resembling the cells of honeycomb, Koroyd is a signature feature of all of Smith's Aerocore cycling helmets; according to the company, Koroyd compresses upon impact to absorb energy better than In-Mold construction alone. Smith still uses the tried-and-true EPS/polycarbonate In-Mold sandwich to craft part of the Route's shell, but it adds Koroyd to further reinforce it. In this version, the Swedish technology known as MIPS sits on the inside of the helmet as well. The thin inner basket rotates slightly upon impact in order to minimize the brain-damaging effects of certain impacts while adding a barely perceivable amount of weight to the overall design. Since you'll hopefully not be testing the effectiveness of the Route MIPS' safety features on a regular basis, the everyday ones like ventilation and fit are what will distinguish the helmet from others. Smith demonstrates that while it might be relatively new to the cycling world, it's known about how to keep athletes comfortable and protected for a while now. The VaporFit dial system makes fit adjustments on-the-go quick and easy, while the 18 vents that constitute the AirEvac ventilation system work to filter air through the helmet for consistent breathability. The soft X-Static liner comes with a Cooling Performance treatment t... read more

Giro
$249.95

Most TT's and triathlons take place anywhere from late spring through early fall, often on some of the hottest days of the year. A... TT/tri-specific lid can certainly speed up your ride, but not if it isn't built with enough ventilation to keep you cool. How to make "aero" helmets that save watts without leaving cyclists trapped inside a stifling bubble is a recurring challenge for helmet manufacturers. That's why we're impressed with the Giro Aerohead MIPS Helmet's wind-cheating profile and efficient venting system, which incorporates more cooling channels than the Aerohead Ultimate and features the added protection of Multi-directional Impact Protection System (MIPS). On the outside, the Aerohead uses a pretty standard In-Mold construction; polycarbonate fused to EPS foam acts as an initial shock absorbing layer and keeps the helmet's efficient profile intact. Inside, a MIPS liner feels barely perceptible as you ride, but significantly reduces the likelihood of brain injury in the event of a crash. It's a technology that's becoming ubiquitous in helmets across disciplines because it rotates slightly upon impact to quell the damaging sloshing energy generated by certain impacts. After addressing safety, Giro devoted significant energy to developing its Wind Tunnel ventilation, aptly named for its ability to usher air internally through the helmet without impacting aerodynamic efficiency. You can ride tucked on your aerobars on a sweltering tri course and the helmet will deliver a breeze to cool your head while helping you slice through the wind faster than your competitors wearing regular road helmets. Other touches like a wrap-around ZEISS visor serve to make T1 faster and limit on-the-bike distractions, with the magnetic anchor giving you the freedom to flip the visor up quickly when you don't need it. Giro's Roc Loc Air fit system makes an appearance in the Aerohead as well, delivering simple, efficient adjustability to ensure the helmet stays in place throu... read more

Fox Racing
$149.95

Building on the heritage of Fox Racing's much-loved -- and still very relevant -- Flux helmet, the Metah Mountain Bike Helmet brin...gs boosted venting and a reduced weight to shepherd you through technical trails. Despite those changes, the helmet's coverage is also increased; the back dips lower, and extended protection zones at the sides protect your sensitive temples. The Metah's shell includes Fox's Varizorb multi-density impact reduction system, which utilizes a layered pattern of cone-shaped foam in varying densities to maximize impact absorption and protect your brain if you do crash. A rear dial retention system and Y-Strap adjustment under the chin let you dial in a comfortable, secure fit so you can focus on the trail instead of your gear, and ten huge vents provide air flow to keep your noggin cool and collected on even the warmest days. read more

Fox Racing
$149.95

Building on the heritage of Fox Racing's much-loved -- and still very relevant -- Flux helmet, the Metah Mountain Bike Helmet brin...gs boosted venting and a reduced weight to shepherd you through technical trails. Despite those changes, the helmet's coverage is also increased; the back dips lower, and extended protection zones at the sides protect your sensitive temples. The Metah's shell includes Fox's Varizorb multi-density impact reduction system, which utilizes a layered pattern of cone-shaped foam in varying densities to maximize impact absorption and protect your brain if you do crash. A rear dial retention system and Y-Strap adjustment under the chin let you dial in a comfortable, secure fit so you can focus on the trail instead of your gear, and ten huge vents provide air flow to keep your noggin cool and collected on even the warmest days. read more

Fox Racing
$149.95

Building on the heritage of Fox Racing's much-loved -- and still very relevant -- Flux helmet, the Metah Mountain Bike Helmet brin...gs boosted venting and a reduced weight to shepherd you through technical trails. Despite those changes, the helmet's coverage is also increased; the back dips lower, and extended protection zones at the sides protect your sensitive temples. The Metah's shell includes Fox's Varizorb multi-density impact reduction system, which utilizes a layered pattern of cone-shaped foam in varying densities to maximize impact absorption and protect your brain if you do crash. A rear dial retention system and Y-Strap adjustment under the chin let you dial in a comfortable, secure fit so you can focus on the trail instead of your gear, and ten huge vents provide air flow to keep your noggin cool and collected on even the warmest days. read more

Fox Racing
$149.95

Building on the heritage of Fox Racing's much-loved -- and still very relevant -- Flux helmet, the Metah Mountain Bike Helmet brin...gs boosted venting and a reduced weight to shepherd you through technical trails. Despite those changes, the helmet's coverage is also increased; the back dips lower, and extended protection zones at the sides protect your sensitive temples. The Metah's shell includes Fox's Varizorb multi-density impact reduction system, which utilizes a layered pattern of cone-shaped foam in varying densities to maximize impact absorption and protect your brain if you do crash. A rear dial retention system and Y-Strap adjustment under the chin let you dial in a comfortable, secure fit so you can focus on the trail instead of your gear, and ten huge vents provide air flow to keep your noggin cool and collected on even the warmest days. read more

Smith
$180.00

Satisfied with the levels of premium protection it achieved with its Forefront and Overtake helmets, Smith returned to the drawing... board to fill more gaps in its helmet line this year. On the road side, it pared down the impressive silhouette of the Overtake to craft the Route MIPS Helmet. Featuring a lighter shell and the added protection of Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS), the Route MIPS fills the void whether you're a fixture on the bike paths during rush hour or a recreational cyclist looking for a safe, versatile helmet. Compared to the Overtake, Smith adds less of its proprietary Koroyd material to the Route, lining the underside of some vents with the material. Resembling the cells of honeycomb, Koroyd is a signature feature of all of Smith's Aerocore cycling helmets; according to the company, Koroyd compresses upon impact to absorb energy better than In-Mold construction alone. Smith still uses the tried-and-true EPS/polycarbonate In-Mold sandwich to craft part of the Route's shell, but it adds Koroyd to further reinforce it. In this version, the Swedish technology known as MIPS sits on the inside of the helmet as well. The thin inner basket rotates slightly upon impact in order to minimize the brain-damaging effects of certain impacts while adding a barely perceivable amount of weight to the overall design. Since you'll hopefully not be testing the effectiveness of the Route MIPS' safety features on a regular basis, the everyday ones like ventilation and fit are what will distinguish the helmet from others. Smith demonstrates that while it might be relatively new to the cycling world, it's known about how to keep athletes comfortable and protected for a while now. The VaporFit dial system makes fit adjustments on-the-go quick and easy, while the 18 vents that constitute the AirEvac ventilation system work to filter air through the helmet for consistent breathability. The soft X-Static liner comes with a Cooling Performance treatment t... read more

Smith
$180.00

Before you take a look at your battered old helmet and decide to give it one more go-around on the trails this season, we'd recomm...end giving Smith's new Rover MIPS Helmet your full, undivided attention. We've had nothing but good things to say about the safety-conscious designs Smith has rolled out over the past few years, but budget-friendly has never been a selling point of the brand's innovative creations. That changes with the Rover MIPS, which is effectively a more economical take on Smith's first mountain bike helmet, the Forefront. Whether you count yourself as a Lycra-clad fixture on the weekend XC race circuit or prefer to spend your days exploring the unknown on your enduro-leaning trail bike, the Rover doesn't compromise on safety to decrease price. In fact, by using less of its hallmark Koroyd material, Smith shaved weight from the Rover MIPS and improved ventilation. Smith constructs each of its helmets with the honeycomb-esque Koroyd because it compresses in the event of an impact, furthering contributing to the the standard In-Mold EPS foam shell's protective properties. Smith also adds the further protection of MIPS to round out the design. MIPS, or Multi-Directional Impact Protection System, refers to Swedish technology built into the helmet to minimize the damaging effects of angled impacts. The technology takes the form of a thin inner liner, flexible and light, which rotates upon impact to potentially lessen the likelihood of brain injury in crashes that generate oblique, sloshing force. In addition to all that safety, the Rover MIPS also comes with Smith's proven VaporFit fit one-handed adjustment system and AirEvac vents--18 to be specific--arranged to usher air through the helmet. As you rally over rock gardens and lean around unexpected corners, the Rover will sit securely, offering extended coverage along the temples and the back of your head. Plus, the integrated visor is built into the helmet's shell, so it won't move around or break o... read more

Smith
$180.00

Before you take a look at your battered old helmet and decide to give it one more go-around on the trails this season, we'd recomm...end giving Smith's new Rover MIPS Helmet your full, undivided attention. We've had nothing but good things to say about the safety-conscious designs Smith has rolled out over the past few years, but budget-friendly has never been a selling point of the brand's innovative creations. That changes with the Rover MIPS, which is effectively a more economical take on Smith's first mountain bike helmet, the Forefront. Whether you count yourself as a Lycra-clad fixture on the weekend XC race circuit or prefer to spend your days exploring the unknown on your enduro-leaning trail bike, the Rover doesn't compromise on safety to decrease price. In fact, by using less of its hallmark Koroyd material, Smith shaved weight from the Rover MIPS and improved ventilation. Smith constructs each of its helmets with the honeycomb-esque Koroyd because it compresses in the event of an impact, furthering contributing to the the standard In-Mold EPS foam shell's protective properties. Smith also adds the further protection of MIPS to round out the design. MIPS, or Multi-Directional Impact Protection System, refers to Swedish technology built into the helmet to minimize the damaging effects of angled impacts. The technology takes the form of a thin inner liner, flexible and light, which rotates upon impact to potentially lessen the likelihood of brain injury in crashes that generate oblique, sloshing force. In addition to all that safety, the Rover MIPS also comes with Smith's proven VaporFit fit one-handed adjustment system and AirEvac vents--18 to be specific--arranged to usher air through the helmet. As you rally over rock gardens and lean around unexpected corners, the Rover will sit securely, offering extended coverage along the temples and the back of your head. Plus, the integrated visor is built into the helmet's shell, so it won't move around or break o... read more

Ibis
$5,998.00

The 2016 Ibis Mojo HD3 Carbon XT 1x Complete Mountain Bike marks a return of the much-lauded geometry found in last year's model a...nd ushers in Boost axle widths for bigger tire clearance and increased stiffness for even more fun in the dirt. Kitted out with 160mm of Rock Shox RCT3 Boost front squish, Shimano's XT one-by drivetrain and hydraulic brakes, a dropper post, and fast-rolling Easton ARC 30 wheels, this whip is chomping at the bit to clean runs and shred trails. The Mojo HD3's 27. 5in-specific DW-Link suspension platform continues to completely isolate rear wheel movement from pedaling and braking forces--expect a plush, linear suspension arc that feels like an even bigger bike yet pedals on flats and climbs with the attitude of an XC machine. The 66. 6-degree angle of the tapered head tube confuses the issue further, taking advantage of DW-Link's solidity and the chassis' stability to hit a steeper angle than most six-inch bikes. That means the Mojo HD3 leads into climbs with an aggressive front end that doesn't sell you out when you're dropping in for the descent. The bike's spine is built on stout, 16. 9in chainstays and a low, 13. 5in-high bottom bracket, which team with the aforementioned geometry for an uncommonly agile enduro sled that gets up and goes or goes down fast, defying the categorizations that limit so many other bikes. Ibis once again sticks to a threaded bottom bracket on the Mojo, mercifully dismissing any proprietary press-fit systems in favor of a rock-solid, dirt-simple standard that will last for ages. Dual-row angular contact bearings on the drive side of the linkage require zero preload adjustment and dramatically reduce play compared to standard, sealed bearings, further bolstering the bike's lateral solidity and your own sense of control. read more

Six Six One
$199.95

Crashing a bike isn't exactly rocket science, but preserving your brain functions during those crashes may well be if the new Evo ...AM Helmet is any indication. Six Six One has sent helmet tech into orbit with the combination of Contego EPS foam -- which eats up a claimed extraterrestrial 30% more impact than earthbound EPS -- and the MIPS protection system. MIPS involves a free-moving layer that allows for some tectonic-type give, effectively diffusing the oblique impacts that most crashes typically involve. This reduces brain "sloshing," which is every bit as undesirable as it sounds, and helps avoid concussions. The MIPS and Contego EPS foam are contained by a well-ventilated shell that extends the coverage down the back of the head. A magnetic Fidlock strap buckle and Boa adjustment system keep all the Evo AM's protective elements firmly in place. read more

Juliana
$3,299.25

Get on the hardtail party train with the 2016 Juliana Nevis Carbon CC XT Complete Mountain Bike. Featuring updated geometry and in...dustry-leading carbon design, this bike dives head first into the modern racing era and is down for any trail adventure. Whether you're rocking your favorite loop or heading out to tackle the continental divide, the Nevis Carbon CC is there with 100mm of bump-smoothing travel and Shimano's XT componentry. For 2016, the Nevis comes out dressed in carbon fiber with a slightly longer cockpit than previous versions to improve handling and comfort out on the trail. At 69 degrees, the head angle is agile when climbing, but still leaves enough stability to keep you composed during high-speed descents. The roomy cockpit provides ample room to stretch out and get comfortable on longer rides, and positions you between the wheels for neutral handling. In other words, when you ask the Nevis to do something, it'll oblige without fuss, because it's capable enough to get you through gnarly sections of trail with a smile on your face. The Nevis' carbon lay-up is engineered to provide a balance of stiff speed, durable strength, and comfortable compliance in a lightweight package that's easy to throw around in the dirt. A tapered head tube along with a rear thru-axle and a beefy 73mm threaded bottom bracket give this frame a stiff, responsive ride, while the 27. 2mm seatpost provides just the right amount of compliance for long days in the saddle. As an added bonus, internal cable routing makes for clean lines and a hassle-free setup. read more

Six Six One
$199.95

Crashing a bike isn't exactly rocket science, but preserving your brain functions during those crashes may well be if the new Evo ...AM Helmet is any indication. Six Six One has sent helmet tech into orbit with the combination of Contego EPS foam -- which eats up a claimed extraterrestrial 30% more impact than earthbound EPS -- and the MIPS protection system. MIPS involves a free-moving layer that allows for some tectonic-type give, effectively diffusing the oblique impacts that most crashes typically involve. This reduces brain "sloshing," which is every bit as undesirable as it sounds, and helps avoid concussions. The MIPS and Contego EPS foam are contained by a well-ventilated shell that extends the coverage down the back of the head. A magnetic Fidlock strap buckle and Boa adjustment system keep all the Evo AM's protective elements firmly in place. read more

Smith
$180.00

Satisfied with the levels of premium protection it achieved with its Forefront and Overtake helmets, Smith returned to the drawing... board to fill more gaps in its helmet line this year. On the road side, it pared down the impressive silhouette of the Overtake to craft the Route MIPS Helmet. Featuring a lighter shell and the added protection of Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS), the Route MIPS fills the void whether you're a fixture on the bike paths during rush hour or a recreational cyclist looking for a safe, versatile helmet. Compared to the Overtake, Smith adds less of its proprietary Koroyd material to the Route, lining the underside of some vents with the material. Resembling the cells of honeycomb, Koroyd is a signature feature of all of Smith's Aerocore cycling helmets; according to the company, Koroyd compresses upon impact to absorb energy better than In-Mold construction alone. Smith still uses the tried-and-true EPS/polycarbonate In-Mold sandwich to craft part of the Route's shell, but it adds Koroyd to further reinforce it. In this version, the Swedish technology known as MIPS sits on the inside of the helmet as well. The thin inner basket rotates slightly upon impact in order to minimize the brain-damaging effects of certain impacts while adding a barely perceivable amount of weight to the overall design. Since you'll hopefully not be testing the effectiveness of the Route MIPS' safety features on a regular basis, the everyday ones like ventilation and fit are what will distinguish the helmet from others. Smith demonstrates that while it might be relatively new to the cycling world, it's known about how to keep athletes comfortable and protected for a while now. The VaporFit dial system makes fit adjustments on-the-go quick and easy, while the 18 vents that constitute the AirEvac ventilation system work to filter air through the helmet for consistent breathability. The soft X-Static liner comes with a Cooling Performance treatment t... read more

Smith
$150.00

The starter helmet you've had for, well, you can't quite remember how many years now, has served you loyally in everything from be...ginner spills to over-the-handlebar launches. We know it's hard to part with such an essential part of your kit, but believe us, it'll be better for you in the long run. Once the EPS foam in Ol' Reliable reaches a certain age, it doesn't protect you as well as it should. Plus, with the impressive crop of new designs on offer this year, an upgrade will just be plain fun. We particularly like the looks of Smith's latest off-road release, the Rover Helmet. Constructed to protect you without overwhelming, the Rover comes with a more affordable price than Smith's previous offerings, which is something we can always get behind. Since they were introduced, Smith bike helmets have been known for the standout material that sits underneath their vents. It's called Koroyd, it looks like honeycomb, and it's Smith's proprietary take on impact protection. The innovative tubes compress when Koroyd takes a hit, absorbing shock alongside the usual In-Mold polycarbonate shell and EPS foam duo. Smith sets the Rover apart from its original mountain helmet, the Forefront, by using Koroyd more sparingly, thus creating a lighter, more breathable design and saving the above-mentioned cash. Equipping the helmet for run-ins with unyielding trail furniture, Smith carries over the generous coverage of the Forefront to the Rover, extending coverage along the temples and back of the head for increased protection. As a relative newcomer to the world of bike helmets, Smith demonstrates it learned a thing or two making snow sports gear first by adding effective ventilation and fit adjustment to all of its cycling helmets. Features like the efficient VaporFit Adjustable Fit system and the network of 18 vents as part of Smith's AirEvac ventilation system demonstrate why Smith has made such a seamless transition into making four seasons of gear. No kinks to be worked o... read more

Smith
$180.00

Satisfied with the levels of premium protection it achieved with its Forefront and Overtake helmets, Smith returned to the drawing... board to fill more gaps in its helmet line this year. On the road side, it pared down the impressive silhouette of the Overtake to craft the Route MIPS Helmet. Featuring a lighter shell and the added protection of Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS), the Route MIPS fills the void whether you're a fixture on the bike paths during rush hour or a recreational cyclist looking for a safe, versatile helmet. Compared to the Overtake, Smith adds less of its proprietary Koroyd material to the Route, lining the underside of some vents with the material. Resembling the cells of honeycomb, Koroyd is a signature feature of all of Smith's Aerocore cycling helmets; according to the company, Koroyd compresses upon impact to absorb energy better than In-Mold construction alone. Smith still uses the tried-and-true EPS/polycarbonate In-Mold sandwich to craft part of the Route's shell, but it adds Koroyd to further reinforce it. In this version, the Swedish technology known as MIPS sits on the inside of the helmet as well. The thin inner basket rotates slightly upon impact in order to minimize the brain-damaging effects of certain impacts while adding a barely perceivable amount of weight to the overall design. Since you'll hopefully not be testing the effectiveness of the Route MIPS' safety features on a regular basis, the everyday ones like ventilation and fit are what will distinguish the helmet from others. Smith demonstrates that while it might be relatively new to the cycling world, it's known about how to keep athletes comfortable and protected for a while now. The VaporFit dial system makes fit adjustments on-the-go quick and easy, while the 18 vents that constitute the AirEvac ventilation system work to filter air through the helmet for consistent breathability. The soft X-Static liner comes with a Cooling Performance treatment t... read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

POC
$164.95

After the wild success of aramid bridge technology in its mountain bike helmets, POC integrated the same technology into the winte...r Fornix Helmet. Aramid bridge construction offers massive energy dispersion during impact while keeping the helmet shell lightweight and comfortable on your head. As a crowning touch, the Fornix helmet includes an adjustable venting system that pulls hot air and moisture away from your head with lightning speed and ultimate efficiency. read more

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