Limar have cemented their claim to having the lightest cycle helmet in the world with their new 170g Ultralight+ road lid, which is said to offer higher performance and a “more appealing” look than its predecessor, the Pro 104 Ultralight.
They’ve also introduced special edition colours for some of their other helmets to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary, as company boss Giovanni Caporali shows us in the video below.
Rudy Project’s Erik Zabel shows us his company’s new offerings for next season in the video below. There are two new helmets: the 220g Windmax, which can be fitted with a peak for use off-road or in the rain, and the Sterling, used by the Liquigas team this year. There are also the new frameless Hypermask sunglasses, which feature swappable lenses and are very light at 28g.
LAS Helmets are going big on customisation this year – not only with different colours, but also nice touches like engraved metal nametags and stickers with your blood group on them in case of emergency. Check out the video below for more: