This video contains product placement on behalf of MET Helmets
BikeRadar visited the MET stand at Eurobike 2019 to find out which new lids to expect from the company in its 2020 range.
In this video, Ulysse Daessle of MET talks us through the versatile Allroad helmet, which can be easily identified by its removable visor and integrated light. It’s a model that has been designed to be used for everything from commuting to gravel riding.
Sharing the same shell as the Allroad helmet is the new Vinci model.
Despite the similar looks, the Vinci has been very much optimised for road use and so gets a different retention system and uses MIPS technology.
At £100/€100 it’s also the most affordable helmet to feature a MIPS liner in the MET line-up.