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giro switchblade review

At £250 the Giro Switchblade is more expensive than the Bell Super 3R but it feels more substantial, and still good value considering it's 2-for-1.

£249.99
Score 10

Giant Rail MIPS

It’s fair to say that the emergence of MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) boosted riders’ awareness of helmet safety, and the possible dangers caused by rotational impacts. It’s now increasingly…

£99.99
Score 8

specialized tactic ii

The Specialized Tactic II doesn’t quite have the aggressive looks of the others on test, nor is it as durable; the lower edge of the EPS core is exposed.

£65.00
Score 7

Seven iDP M2

The Seven iDP M2 helmet has 10 forward vents to suck in air, and nine exhaust ports to push it out again. A handy insect screen is built in too.

£64.99
Score 7

poc tectal

The Poc Tectal helmet is expensive but it is fantastic quality with a sleek construction, internal Aramid grid, bottom-wrapping and metal visor screws.

£159.99
Score 8

louis garneau raid

The Louis Garneau Raid doesn’t quite extend down the back compared to most, but the Raid does feature a protective ring round the base of the helmet.

£69.99
Score 8

Lazer Ultrax helmet

Lazer’s Revolution FF might be taking the limelight currently, but the Belgian company also produces some other cracking helmets. Enter the Lazer Ultrax. This mid-priced trail helmet might creep under…

£79.99
Score 9

The Kali Interceptor is one of the Californian company’s latest mountain bike helmets. With a focus on trail riding, it is comfortable and well ventilated.

£149.00
Score 8

Loud and proud colour scheme that continues onto the straps, the 7iDP M2 helmet is not subtle, but the rugged design combines to make it an aesthetic win.

£59.99
Score 8

Smith wanted to offer the benefits of the Forefront at a lower price point, so now offers a cheaper Rover helmet.

£130.00

In terms of fit and comfort, the Rex is up there with some of the best helmets

£150.00
Score 8