The selection criteria include, fit, ventilation and comfort which are important in all aspects, most of the helmets listed here are subject to strict safety standards To ensure that it fits well, most helmets are designed with aerodynamic qualities.
The best road helmets for road cycling
Muchos road helmets Now they are designed with aerodynamic qualities in mind, which has an effect on the shape, size and overall appearance
S-Works Specialized Evade II
Not only is it said that the helmet is very aerodynamic, but we also found it extremely comfortable, lightweight, well ventilated and, in general, very easy to use.
Un aerodynamic helmet It will not be for everyone, but for serious cyclists who value speed, the Evade II is probably a great choice.
Bell's Zephyr MIPS
For runners who want more comfort in the road helmets is the Zephyr (or the Z20 MIPS as it is known in the USA.). It is a great option as long as it can support its cost.
Bontrager Velocis MIPS
The Velocis was recently redesigned and the traditional-looking helmet is now firmly in the category of aerodynamic helmets. The helmet is very comfortable and, despite its aerodynamic inclinationsIt is still very well ventilated.
There are a handful of little things that prevent the helmet from having a full five-star performance, but it's safe to say that the Velocis are very unlikely to disappoint.
GIPS Foray MIPS Helmet
The road helmet of MIPS Foray Twist maintains an in-mold construction means that the outer cover made of polycarbonate It is fused with the EPS core for greater strength, but does not extend to the bottom.
Your MIPS system increases the cost, but for that, you're also getting great peace of mind, and along with the base Roc Loc 5 Super-adjustable is an excellent fit.
The Helmet Giro Synthe it was one of the first road helmets with everything possible, with an inclined aero to reach the market, and some years after its launch still impresses.
It has a great ventilation at all speeds thanks to a surprisingly open architecture, with many front-facing ports, some deep internal channels, large vents and clean, unobstructed roads.
It is claimed that the Protone is designed to maintain aerodynamics and airflow in any common driving position, and yet, by moving his head, he remains constantly silent.
Its compact profile, which hugs the skull, is the result of extensive tests in the wind tunnel and is certainly less bulky than some.
El road helmet Lazer Blade is a lightweight helmet of great value that is available in a range of colors.
Like many of the Leisure Helmets, including its Z1 range, the Blade uses its ARS adjuster, which sees the adjuster cylinder positioned on the top of the helmet, it is said that this makes it easy to make adjustments with just one hand.
MET idol is his entry-level road helmet, but borrows many characteristics from his high-level siblings, particularly his system of Safe-TE medium horizontal adjustment, which works very well.
MET Rivale HES
Rival the MET Tilt the scale to only 257 g (for a large size) and it is said to save 3 to 50 km / h, which is equivalent to the advantage of one second over the comparable ventilated helmets At the same rhythm. In addition to that, it complies with the CE, as well as with the strictest standards of the AS and USPC standards of Australia.
Oakley helmet ARO5
Oakley just entered the market of cycling helmet, but its lid ARO5 Aero5 does not disappoint. The relatively minimalist helmet uses four large front vents to collect air with two smaller vents in the back to exhaust the excess heat.