Our pick of the best helmet deals the internet has to offer
While a helmet is primarily there to protect you in the case of a crash, you also want one that will fit properly, be comfortable, and have good ventilation to keep you cool when riding in hot weather.
We’ve trawled the internet to bring you the best deals on cycling helmets, so you don’t have to break the bank in picking up a good one.
Giro Synthe MIPS
Read more: Giro Synthe review
We found it considerably cooler than most other aero helmets on the market and it’s also really comfortable.
Simply put: it’s the best aero helmet on the market and now there’s a whopping discount on it.
Mavic Plasma helmet
The Mavic Plasma helmet was one of a range of three helmets that heralded Mavic’s entry into the helmet market in 2012, and still looks pretty good even five years on.
Mavic Cosmic Ultimate helmet
Read more: Mavic Cosmic Ultimate helmet review
It’s lightweight and universally fitting which doesn’t leave very much to complain about.
It’s also more subtle than a lot of Mavic’s helmets, so it should match with your other kit.
Watch: our complete guide to bike helmets
Giro Saga Women’s MIPS
The Saga keeps many of the best features of Giro’s excellent Synthe helmet, including it’s RocLoc 5 retention system.
It’s both slim and well ventilated, making it a great fit on the bike.
Salice Ghibli helmet
For 70 quid, the Salice Ghibli is a feature-packed helmet that not only has the usual vents and dial adjustment system, but also has a liner across the front of the helmet to stop bugs getting in and a rear light built into the back.
Catlike are putting themselves towards the fore in helmet protection, using innovative materials such as graphene to protect our head.
As you might have guessed, it’s really breathable with all those vents.
Bontrager Starvos Women’s helmet
For an entry level helmet, Bontrager Starvo’s women’s helmet has a great look and fit to it.
It’ll also suit the majority of head sizes thanks to it’s fitting system and standardised size.