Types of Bike Helmets
Bike helmets come in three basic types: recreational (also called multi-use and casual), road and mountain. All types are designed to protect your head from impact while being lightweight and comfortable. The differences:
Recreational helmets are an economical choice for recreational, commuter, road and mountain bikers; they’re also popular with skateboarders and inline skaters. They often include visors to shield your eyes from the sun.
Road bike helmets are preferred by roadie enthusiasts for their low weight, generous ventilation and aerodynamic design. These helmets typically forgo visors to keep the weight low and provide an unobstructed view when you’re crouched in an aggressive riding position.
Mountain bike helmets (often used by cyclocross riders, too) are designed to ventilate well at low speeds. They’re distinguished by their visors, enhanced rear-head coverage and a firm, secure fit for when you’re tackling rough terrain. Some feature full-face protection that's preferred by downhill mountain bikers and park riders.
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GIRO AGILIS MIPS ROAD HELMET. Slick style with extra integrated safety.
GIRO AGILIS STANDARD ROAD HELMET 2020
Cannondale Quick Adult Helmet. Adjustable size cycling helmet suitable for commuting in the city as well as recreational road cycling. Removable peak, lightweight. Bike shop in Dublin
BELL FORMULA ROAD HELMET STANDARD. Road Cycling Helmets
Comfortable City commuting helmet with LED light included. Cycle To Work Scheme
GIRO SYNTAX MIPS ROAD HELMET. Packed with features to keep you cool with style.
Giro Isode is a very comfortable cycling helmet suitable for any commute and road ride. Universal size adjustable from 54cm to 61cm fits most of common sizes.
HELMET GIRO QUARTER FS STANDARD 2019/2020. Giro helmets in Dublin. Cycle To Work Scheme
GIRO CADEN URBAN STANDARD HELMET 2020. Cycling Helmets