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SixSixOne Cycling Helmets

The SixSixOne brand is known for producing cycling protective wear aimed at the more extreme rider. Whether you are a road racer or enjoy mountain biking, a SixSixOne cycling helmet can help to minimise the risk of injury and protect your head when you are out riding.

Types of cycling helmets

SixSixOne full face cycling helmets are available in a wide variety of different designs, alongside open face models.

Full face SixSixOne cycling helmets cover the entire head, providing additional protection for the lower face and jaw. These helmets resemble motorcycle helmets but are specifically designed for cycling which makes them much lighter.

Full face cycling helmets are perfect for more extreme mountain biking as they offer more protection than a regular cycling helmet. Full face helmets can be worn with goggles or cycling sunglasses.

Open face helmets are your traditional style cycling helmet that sit on top of the head and is secured in place with straps. They come in a variety of models which are suitable for different types of cycling, from everyday general use helmets through to specialist road racing helmets which are designed to be streamlined to reduce air resistance.

Features of cycling helmets

SixSixOne cycling helmets come in a variety of sizes, ranging from extra small to double extra large, ensuring it is easy to find a SixSixOne cycling helmet that is perfect for your head.

Many SixSixOne cycling helmets feature the BOA adjustment system which can loosen or tighten the inside of the helmet to provide a snug custom fit for any preference.

SixSixOne cycling helmets feature adjustable straps which make it easy to fit the helmet securely onto your head. The straps are designed to fit comfortably under the chin and around the ears without rubbing or cause discomfort to the wearer.

SixSixOne helmets feature a number air vents to help keep your head cool and comfortable whilst wearing a helmet.

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