I'm in the market for a new helmet, my issue is the LBS near me and any others in the area only sell a very small selection.
I'm changing from a Boardman lid that's about 3 years old. Due tot he size of my head (massive apparently) i would like a low profile one. I have only been able to try on the kask mojito and a couple of spesh lids. the kask didnt look too bad.
I'm just wondering if anyone else has the same mushrooming issue and what they went for or what was the lesser of a few evils.
Kask Mojito Helmet Size M, Black/White 2012
Very nice fitting helmet.
Worn around 2 dozen times, approx 30hrs use MAX (injured since April so no real use at all), in A1 Condition with brand new pads. Looks like the image in the link beneath but with the central white stickers removed as they make you look like a badger (and there's only one cycling badger...)
Selling due to Injury, yours for £55.00 Posted.
Email me if your interested and I can send photo's kytey03 at hotmail dot com
I want an aero helmet for road racing, and pretty much have three choices:
Lazer (sphere, o2, genesis, helium)
Giro Air Attack
Does anyone know when the Giro or Kask are coming out?
Is it worth it?
I only came across Lazer today, so not sure if they are good, anyone have one?
The K-50 is Kask’s “cheapest” offering in its range of road cycling helmets. You’d be mistaken if you translated cheapest into any kind of compromise on quality though. Weightwise it can certainly hold its head high, coming in 20 grams lighter on my scales than the Kask Vertigo – as used by Team Sky – and as reviewed by us a little while ago.
If I had to sum up the Kask Vertigo in one word, it would be this one: quality. There's no doubt that £165 is a serious wedge to pay for a helmet, but whereas some bike kit seems to get more ephemeral the more you pay, this helmet feels every inch a dependable, pro level piece of kit.