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Redeemer 2Vi Mips
Engineered with Formula 1 aerodynamic expertise, and developed in collaboration with the Uno-X Pro Cycling Team, the Redeemer 2Vi® Mips might possibly be the fastest helmet on the planet.
Uno-X Pro Cycling Team & Sweet Protection
Sweet Protection is one of the main partners of the first UCI Pro Cycling Team from Norway; Uno-X Pro Cycling Team. They are using our helmets, eyewear, and off-bike wear for the upcoming seasons. We are proud to support the team as they aim to make their mark in the major pelotons and compete in the prestigious Tour de France 2023.
We all know that having the right gear can make all the difference when it comes to comfort, performance, and safety on the road or trail. Our selection includes gear for the road cyclist, the mountain biker as well as the commuter. Keep an eye our for our award-winning cycling helmets, eyewear, protection and clothing that will keep you safe and confident to live to play another day.
Falconer Aero 2Vi® Mips helmet
The Falconer Aero 2Vi® Mips by Sweet Protection is their most advanced road cycling helmet developed with the Uno-X Pro Cycling Team to deliver aerodynamic performance, optimum comfort and enhanced protection in a seriously fast and lightweight package. The hunt is on.
Virginia Tech Bike Helmet Ratings
New Falconer 2Vi® Mips Helmet and Bushwhacker 2Vi® Mips Helmets Among Leaders
Since 2011, Virginia Tech researchers have been providing unbiased helmet ratings that allow consumers to make informed decisions when purchasing helmets. The helmet ratings are the culmination of over 15 years of research on head impacts in sports and identify which helmets best reduce concussion risk. This work is done as part of Virginia Tech’s service mission and is 100% independent of any funding or influence from helmet manufacturers.
Ivar Slik and the 2023 edition of Unbound Gravel
Ivar Slik was born to ride bikes. After falling in love with the sport as a child, Ivar graduated to ten years in professional road cycling, in both continental and pro continental teams. Road, MTB, gravel, he's done it all. Continually switching it up, he's taken the podium's top step in multiple disciplines. We did sit down with him for a conversation after the dust settles on the latest instalment of Unbound.
Meet Alexey Vermeulen, the 26-year-old dachshund-loving former WorldTour racer turned gravel aficionado from Boulder, Colorado. Though he started his career on skinny tires, he also hits the gravel roads with his standings in the WorldTour for dirt and knobby tires in 2018. Alexey is on the Sweet Protection road-cycling team. Meet the American!
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