Road Bike Helmets

Road Bike Helmets

53 different models currently in stock
GIRO

Casque Agilis Mips | Femme

$109.99
  • Black/Floral
  • Midnight/Cool Breeze
Casque Giro Agilis Mips
$109.99
  • Black/Floral
  • Midnight/Cool Breeze
BELL

Z20 Aero Mips Helmet

$319.99 $189.99
  • Blk/Gry
Bell Z20 Aero Mips Helmet
The Bell Z20 Aero Mips helmet is made for speed and comfort. It is built with 2 layers of EPS foam and is equipped with the Mips system for maximum impact resistance. This allows the helmet to have an optimized...
$319.99 $189.99
  • Blk/Gry
GIRO

Casque Agilis Mips

$109.99
  • BLK/RED
  • MAT BLK
  • WHT
Casque Giro Agilis Mips
$109.99
  • BLK/RED
  • MAT BLK
  • WHT
SMITH

Portal Mips

from $139.99
  • Matte Black
  • Blk
  • Blue
Smith Portal Mips
In addition to having the same features as the Portal helmet, this road helmet also features Mips technology for added protection.• Equipped with MIPS: revolutionary technology that protects the brain in case of oblique impact by reducing rotational forces that...
from $139.99
  • Matte Black
  • Blk
  • Blue
MAVIC

Ksyrium Pro Mips Helmet

$149.99 $112.99
  • BLK/YEL
  • WHT/BLK
  • BLU/BLU
Mavic Ksyrium Pro Mips Helmet
The Ksyrium Pro helmet will keep you comfortable throughout your whole ride. With its ergonomic shape and ultralight structure, this helmet was made for endurance!In addition, it is equipped with the Ergo Hold SL adjustment system, pads that adapt to...
$149.99 $112.99
  • BLK/YEL
  • WHT/BLK
  • BLU/BLU
MAVIC

Echappee Pro Women's Helmet

$139.99 $69.99
  • DRK/YEL
Mavic Echappee Pro Women's Helmet
Designed specifically for women, the Mavic Echappee Pro helmet will keep you comfortable throughout your ride. With its ergonomic shape and ultra lightweight structure, this helmet is made for endurance! In addition, it is equipped with the Ergo Hold SL...
$139.99 $69.99
  • DRK/YEL
MAVIC

Echapee Pro Mips Helmet

$149.99 $112.99
  • WHT/BLU
  • BLK/RED
  • WHT/GRN
Mavic Echapee Pro Mips Helmet
Mavic's Echapee Pro Mips helmet will keep you comfortable throughout your ride. With its ergonomic shape and ultralight structure, this helmet is made for endurance!In addition, it is equipped with the Ergo Hold SL adjustment system, pads that adapt to...
$149.99 $112.99
  • WHT/BLU
  • BLK/RED
  • WHT/GRN
MAVIC

Aksium Helmet

$89.99 $49.99
  • WHT/BLK
  • BLK/WHT
Mavic Aksium Helmet
Mavic's Aksium helmet is very comfortable, lightweight and provides a great fit.• Memory foam pads that expel sweat• Easy-to-use Dial adjustment system• Compatible with ponytails• Sizes (head circumference): S (51-56 cm), M (54-59), L (57-61)
$89.99 $49.99
  • WHT/BLK
  • BLK/WHT
LAZER

Z1 + Aeroshell Helmet

$269.99
  • SE FLANDERS
Lazer Z1 + Aeroshell Helmet
If you are looking for a lighter, more comfortable and better ventilated helmet, you need Lazer's Z1helmet. Its extra nylon layer gives the helmet a reinforced structure. This technology allows the helmet to contain more air vents while providing superior...
$269.99
  • SE FLANDERS
LAZER

O2 Helmet Pads

from $17.49
Lazer O2 Helmet Pads
These replacement cushions for the O2 helmet have excellent breathability and are washable!
from $17.49
GIRO

Synthe Helmet

$250.99
  • RED/BLK
  • BLK
Giro Synthe Helmet
Giro's Synthe helmet has a revolutionary design that combines an aerodynamic profile with outstanding ventilation and stability.• Construction: In-mold polycarbonate shell with EPS liner and SL reinforcement prevents shell from separating and provides efficient shock absorbance• Roc Loc Air adjustment...
$250.99
  • RED/BLK
  • BLK

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The characteristics of road bike helmets

The helmets for the road bike are designed for speed. Their more streamlined shape and their aerodynamics are adapted to the more aggressive position adopted by the road cyclist. Unlike hybrid and mountain helmets, the road helmet does not have a visor, which allows a better field of vision.

The most distinguishing characteristic of road helmets is the number of ventilation channels: they are much more numerous, allowing maximum ventilation, especially at high speeds. The large number of channels at the back of the helmet also plays an important role in ventilation. This key location allows air to flow through the helmet: air enters the helmet through the front channels and exits through the rear channels. This airflow cools the head considerably.

Prices vary according to the level of aeration and their lightness. Two important features to consider if you want to maximize comfort during long distances. Good ventilation will prevent heat stroke and a light helmet will make you feel like nothing on your head, in addition to reducing neck pain.

The reason why prices increase with the level of ventilation is that the more ventilation channels there are, the more solid structure and components are needed in order not to compromise the security that this element of protection must provide.

How to find the perfect bike helmet?

To find out if you have the right helmet size, take it, and put it on your head. If the helmet has one, use the adjustment system to adjust the helmet to the circumference of your head. Then lean down so your head is upside down, being careful to put your hands under your helmet in case it falls. If it stays in place, it's the right size for you!

The next step is to determine if this is the right model for you. Each company designs their helmets with a model of their own. Thus, the different brands will not have the same form of helmet and some will do better than others, depending on your head shape.

An example is the narrower IXS mountain helmet, which is perfect for smaller heads and does not create a mushroom effect.

To find out if a helmet goes down low enough at the forehead, make sure you have a space of one finger between the eyebrows and the helmet. Remember to try your helmet with your glasses to make sure your glasses are compatible with the helmet.

Once you have found your helmet, adjust the straps: the crossover of the back and front straps must be just below the earlobe. For the straps at the neck, we want there to be 1 finger that pass between the neck and the belt. It is important to adjust the straps of your helmet properly because they are the ones that keep it on your head when you are ejected from your bike in the event of an accident.

Brands and models of road bike helmets

Our most affordable road helmets have 25 ventilation channels such as the Bell Draft and our top-of-the-line helmets like the Lazer Z1 have 31 ventilation channels.

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