Dropping in for SP23, primed for a new season of ripping the steeps, rock gardens, and trails, come these fresh helmet colorways. Speedframe, Dropframe, Proframe RS, and Rampage—they’ve all got new licks of paint.
We offer a range of mountain bike helmets that provide complete coverage for riders of all levels, ages, and riding styles. Are you looking for an open-face lid? The Dropframe, Speedframe, and Mainframe helmets are comfortable, breathable, and loaded with options. Need a full-face? The Rampage and Proframe helmets are a fantastic option for riding on downhill mountain bike trails and in bike parks. Fox's helmets are trusted globally for their comfort, style, and performance. Each bike helmet is tested and approved by world-class mountain bikers. They feature innovative technologies such as Mips, dual-density EPS, and removable/washable cheek pads and liners to enhance safety and comfort during rides.
Why do mountain bike helmets have visors? Mountain bikers are more upright than cyclists on road bikes, so a visor can be used to protect from sun glare. Wind drag is of little worry as the biker is typically moving at a slower pace.
How to choose a mountain bike helmet? Helmets vary by cycling specialty - from mountain biking to road biking and beyond. Mountain biking alone has helmets for enduro, all-mountain, cross-country, dirt jumping, and downhill. Your needs depend on the type of riding you do, and you may even need multiple helmets for your different rides.
How to measure for a mountain bike helmet? Determine head circumference by taking a flexible tape measure and wrapping it around the widest part of your head (1" above eyebrows). Alternatively, wrap a string around your head and measure with a yardstick. Use this measurement to find the right size bike helmet.