Bike Magazine recently reviewed mountain bike helmets, and posted their top picks for helmets under $100. We've got two of their top-rated models in stock!
Bell 4Forty helmet ($75, or $95 for the Bell 4Forty MIPS), is built to withstand the rigors of a trail-riding life, with generous ventilation, the comfort of Float Fit and built-in Sweat Guide, extended rear coverage, and a full hard shell and adjustable visor. Boasting the comfort, protection, and broadly capable features of helmets costing twice as much, the 4Forty is a bantamweight, all-conditions, all-kinds-of-trail champion packing heavyweight value.
Giant Roost helmet ($75) is created for the off-road enthusiast seeking performance features but with budget in mind. It's got trail-specific design with extended rear coverage, Airflow ventilation system with deep internal airflow channels for cooling. The Cinch Pro fit system offers optimal coverage by cradling the occipital bone for full protection, support, and comfort. A removable, moto-style extended protection side-snap visor and an integrated magnetic mount for the Numen+ Link taillight and GoPro compatible mounting surface round out the features!