Home
Giant
Wiggle
Competitive Cyclist
Cervelo
Chain Reaction
Full Speed Ahead
BMC
Specialized
Maxxis
Zipp
Saris
Speedplay
Hed

Interbike show Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, September 22-26, 2008

, Part 15 - October 7, 2008: New helmets coming for 2009

Giro's new Saros helmet
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Giro claims the Saros offers better ventilation
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Replacing the long-running E2 is the new Athlon
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The new Giro Phase is only US$75.
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Bell's new Array helmet boasts the looks of a top-end model
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
A multi-piece shell and sizeable vents
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Giro also launched its new new line of cycling gloves
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The Lusso's Pittards leather palm
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The full-finger Remedy is aimed at the downhill crowd
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The all-mountain Xen gloves
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Lazer's new Helium helmet looks nearly identical
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Deeper channels in the Helium should also help move more air.
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The Helium continues Lazer's trend
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Lazer will also add a new aero helmet to the line
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Aero surface textures will be used heavily
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
A unique 'aqua vent' placed up top
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Like the Tardis, the Lazer Nirvana is still in prototype form
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Large exhaust ports will help evacuate hot air at lower speeds.
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Lazer knows its new Crux BMX helmet
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Lazer's excellent Rollsys fit system will be used
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The new Spiuk Daggon helmet
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
A hogged-out interior suggests good air flow
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The new Spiuk Input is aimed at the off-road crowd.
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Spiuk's CompactFix retention system
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The new LAS Victory is distinctively Euro.
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The beautifully sculpted exterior
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
A full-coverage interior net keeps out the bugs.
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The LAS Istrion was a popular choice
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
A handy Cateyes retention system
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The unique upper 'ventilator' on LAS' distinctive Haxial helmet
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
We're not sure how well the ventilator actually works
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
Louis Garneau equips its new Diamond helmet
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The Diamond features in-molded shells
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The Louis Garneau Spiderlock retention system
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The new Louis Garneau Superleggera time trial helmet
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)
The rear of the helmet is mostly empty
Photo ©: James Huang
(Click for larger image)