Lazer is proud to support the Optum Pro Cycling Cyclocross Team of Kerry Werner and Crystal Anthony! They are easy to spot at the races in their team orange Lazer Z1 professional racing helmets!
Cycle Boredom begins testing the Lazer Z1:
Having ridden, tested, and reviewed both the Lazer Genesis and Helium helmets, I’m very familiar with their products. They’re two of my favorite helmets I’ve used from both an aesthetic and performance POV. However, seeing as I was very familiar with them, I obviously knew their one major drawback: they weren’t the lightest.
The Lazer Z1 ($270USD) aims to crush drawbacks with de nieuw awesome. Increased temple protection, new lighter Advanced Rollsys Retention System (ARS), new strap system, Aeroshell compatibility, and lastly a weight of 220 grams.
The plastic aeroshell covering comes supplied with two of Lazer’s current helmet models that Cyclocrossrider are testing - the Genesis ‘Cyclocross package’ and the top-end Z1 – the lid used by the likes of the Belgian Telenet-Fidea team and the Hargroves Cycles team of British champion Ian Field. As well as the aeroshell the Genesis Cyclocross is also supplied with a winter liner – a head and ear ‘muff’ that fits snugly under the helmet for really wintery days and training.
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It's Halloween and Lazer Helmeteer Manon Carpenter is in the spirit! Are you? Prove it!
Post your best Halloween/Lazer themed image on Instagram by the end of the day October 31 and you could win a Lazer helmet and eyewear set! Carve a Lazer pumpkin, dress up as your favorite Lazer Helmeteer, decorate a Lazer helmet, anything! Post a photo on Instagram and tag us @lazersport and we'll pick the best shot!
Winner announced November 1st. Good luck!
Caroline Steffen makes her final preparations before the Ironman World Championships. Caroline would go on to a 5th place finish!
Lazer is proud to Caroline Steffen!
One of the biggest advantages of the Genesis Lifebeam over other heart rate sensors is that it is both ANT+ and Bluetooth LE compatible, meaning the device can pair to both fitness devices such as Garmin cycling computers as well as most smart phone apps. I've had no problem syncing either one. Just turn the helmet on with the push button on the battery, put it on, search for a heart rate sensor with your device, and in 15 to 20 seconds your heart rate is registering on your chosen screen.
See more details on the Genesis LifeBeam on our website here!
PinkBike visits the Lazer booth at Interbike 2014 and looks at the Ultrax and Armor helmets! Visit their website here!
BikeRadar takes a look at the Lazer 2015 product range at the recent Eurobike show!