Oakley Bike Helmets
Oakley has set the standard as the choice of champion athletes for decades. Drawing acclaim for its groundbreaking eyewear, and more recently its advanced line of snow helmets, attention has turned to the road with a selection of cycling helmets which set the standard for premium protection on two wheels.
With its selection of helmets, Oakley's aim has been to cater to the demands of all road cyclists, MTB'ers and Triathletes with designs honing in on the requirements for these specific pursuits with style and supreme function in equal measure.
These helmets set the standard for premium tech. Right across the range you'll find MIPS protection, BOA adjustable fitting systems, X-Static anti-odour padding and excellent compatibility with Oakley eyewear.
If you're fond of that iconic Oakley style you'll feel right at home with the look of these designs. Understated yet modern with the unmistakable finish of "O" branding, these are sure to be some of the must-have helmets of the season.
Oakley have left no stone unturned in their pursuit of cycling's best head protection. World renowned quality and premium technology is channelled into their range of helmets to keep you safe when you need it most.
Purpose-made for specific roles & conditions and designed in close collaboration with some of the world's leading professional cyclists.
A highly versatile, do-it-all trail helmet that gives you confidence to rip down technical descents.DRT5 MIPS
Engineered for those unforgiving climbs and blistering heat. Designed with more ventilation to help keep you cool.ARO3 MIPS
Tuned for speed and ready for heart-pounding sprint finishes thanks to optimised aerodynamic ventilation channels.ARO5 MIPS
MIPS: Multi-Directional Impact Protection System
The MIPS Brain Protection System is a helmet integrated, low friction layer designed to reduce rotational motion transferred to the brain from angled impacts to the head.
MIPS allows the head to move inside the helmet which can reduce the harmful rotational motion otherwise transferred to the brain.
Falling at an angle creates rotational motion and science has shown that our brains are very sensitive to rotational forces. In an angled impact, these forces may transfer to your brain, which can cause severe injuries. MIPS can reduce the rotational motion and reduce the risk of brain damage.