In celebration of the Tour de France Grand Depart on 5th July Yorkshire Brewery Timothy Taylor's has taken to YouTube for the very first time.
Watch Lazer sponsored rider Chris Akrigg in action in this great video!
Lazer Street DLX in The Telegraph! Check out all the options for the Lazer Street DLX on our website!
Bike Radar Friday Five-A-Side looks at the Lazer Phoenix full face helmet:
The Phoenix is Lazer’s new entry-level full face helmet. It has a fiberglass shell, six vents, an adjustable visor, and uses a D-ring strap to synch it down when the going gets rough. This lid tips the scales at 980g. The Phoenix is CE and CPSC certified and is available in sizes from small through to XL.
See other the features and colors available for the Phoenix helmet on our wesbite!
Images of the Lotto-Belisol Professional Team from the just completed 2014 Giro d'Italia!
The latest video edit from Morvélo Bicycle Apparel featuring Lazer helmets!
Two great reviews of the Lazer Z1 helmet!
The fit is really the new Z1's major trump card, it's superior to just about every other high-end helmet on the market. That's down to the the one-piece flexible nylon cradle of the Advanced Rollsys retention system. It wraps around the entire head and evenly distributes pressure, avoiding hotspots.
Boasting 31 vents, the Z1 is Lazer’s best-ventilated helmet to date. At high speed, it feels as though a powerful fan has been pointed at your head. Even at speeds as low as 10-12kph there was noticeable airflow, so the Z1 should be comfortable enough for cross-country mountain bike use too. The deep channels inside the helmet take the air being sucked in through the sizable forward facing vents and guide it over the top of the head - evaporating sweat before it has the chance to drip onto your sunnies.
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The Aeroshell is a plastic cover, designed to fit perfectly over specific models of Lazer helmets. The Aeroshell snaps into place and protects the riders head from wind and rain while still allowing for some air movement under the front of the helmet and out the rear vents. The Aeroshell is unique in that it is easily removed from the helmet when riding conditions are such that additional ventilation is desired.
Snap it on when the rain is pouring down and pull it off when the sun starts to shine, the Aeroshell is the perfect tool for every possible condition.
Alternatively the Aeroshell provides a significant increase in Aerodynamic performance once it is installed on the helmet. By closing off the ventilation holes, the amount of aerodynamic drag the helmet creates is strongly reduced, resulting in a faster ride.
In 2014 the following helmets will have an Aeroshell available:
Z1, Helium, Genesis, Sphere, O2, Tardiz
The Lazer Aeroshell, innovation only available from Lazer Sport!
Now, when it comes to helmets fit is everything, if is not immediately comfortable then it is not the helmet for you, but for us the Ultrax was excellent. A neat feature is the Autofit retention system, simply pull back the rear basket, pop the helmet on and it smoothly retracts to a snug fit. Even on hot, long rides the automatic system was spot on and provided security without being too tight. After 2 months of daily use the system still functions perfectly, and looking at the design it looks like it will continue to do so, it really is fit and forget.
Check out the entire review of both the Oasiz and Ultrax on the Enduro Magazine website!