POC goes for light, fast and airy with new Ventral aero lid

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar Swedish equipment company POC has a new aero road helmet called the Ventral that sponsored pro team EF Education First-Drapac will be racing at Paris-Nice. Specialized S-Works Evade II aero helmet first ride review Giro Vanquish claims speed increases without ventilation sacrifice While a majority of helmet companies have embraced the MIPS liner, POC has its own rotational-impact protection system called SPIN. Instead of using a plastic liner like MIPS that moves slightly inside the helmet shell, POC's SPIN system consists of pads that sits against the head. POC claims that the sweat-absorbent pads offer a similar protection to MIPS, allowing the helmet to move a bit relative to the head in a crash. POC also claims that the SPIN pads don't block airflow like liners sometimes can. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com

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