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Mountain Bike Reviews - MET Helmets Eldar 2019
Mountain Bike Reviews - MET Helmets Eldar 2019
MET Helmets Eldar

Kids mountain bike kit is getting better and better, and once mountain bikers produce offspring the first thing they look for (once they've adjusted to sleep deprivation) is what bike can they get for their child. With small mountain bikes getting very capable, it only seems appropriate that safety kit should be equally as capable. For Met, this is about…

Mountain Bike Reviews - MET Helmets ROAM 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - MET Helmets ROAM 2018
MET Helmets ROAM

On The Trail The new Roam is Met's unashamedly Enduro specific lid. It's big, bold and is fully goggle compatible to go full bore racer-style. Available in a huge number of colours it's a stylish piece of kit and with the huge visor, it gives a striking look. Available in MIPS or standard it features a classic wind up retention…

Mountain Bike Reviews - MET Helmets Lupo 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - MET Helmets Lupo 2016
Lupo

Thanks to recent advances in bike technology, riders are travelling at faster speeds than ever before which has led to a revolution in helmet design. ‘All Mountain’ helmets have become the default choice for all round use of late, offering more protection around the back and sides of the head than the conventional XC design. In addition, let’s face it,…

3 months ago

MET have just gone and dropped a brand new helmet - the Terranova. Aimed at the Trail and Enduro rider, this new helmet offers plenty…

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4 months ago

Considered one of the best Superenduro races of last year, the stages of Val Di Fassa are welcomed for the first time to the Enduro…

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5 months ago

You probably all know the MET Parachute by name. Pioneer of the Convertible Enduro Helmet back in the day, pioneer of the Enduro Full-Face ASTM…

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5 months ago

Current details are scant at the moment, but it appears that MET are updating their ever-popular Parachute helmet. Here's what they have to say for…

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9 months ago

Merida are super excited to be the new partner of The EX, the all-inclusive 3-day UK Enduro mountain bike event like no other. Over the…

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10 months ago

In 2018 Cotic bikes celebrated its 15th birthday. Quite a lot has happened over that time so have a watch and enjoy a fun history…

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1 year ago

A few years ago, Rachel Atherton moved to the small Welsh town of Machynlleth. She fell in love with the land and the people—and promptly…

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1 year ago

Last year, we launched the MET Roam, an open-face all-mountain lid with some unbeatable features. It’s used by our elite riders on days when they…

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1 year ago

With the huge increase in dedicated kids bikes, each better designed than the last, young MTB riders are shredding faster than ever. We believe they…

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1 year ago

There was a time not long ago where wheel size was a major factor in determining the capabilities of a mountain bike. 29 inch wheeled…

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2 years ago

Daylight hours and ride durations are getting longer and longer, and our European playground is getting bigger as the snow melts away, opening up the…

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2 years ago

If the movie franchise had been anything like this then the bad guys definitely would have won, but this is waaay more funny!  The Fellowship of…

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Issue 60

The most popular movies from the IMB website over the last two months!

2 months ago
Issue 59

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

4 months ago
Issue 56

Ewen Turner takes a budget mountain bike and enters a three-day enduro race in Exmoor. Can a low-cost hardtail survive the beating? Find out how he got on and whether he was still smiling at the end of a gruelling but awesome multi-day stage race.

1 year ago
Issue 55

Ebikes are here to stay and have finally got good enough to really get busy on the trails. We got our hands on the latest crop of rides and took them out into the wild to see what they could do, and find out more about these strange new beasts.

1 year ago
Issue 55

This issue we get our hands on the much-anticipated Cube Stereo 150 and take a look at a couple of top-end electric mountain bikes from Vitus and Cube. We also get rolling on wheels for all budgets from Industry 9, Nukeproof, Spank and Stan's.

1 year ago
Issue 53

Trail bikes feature this issue with playful and efficient bikes coming in from Rose and Cube showing that you can combine speed and confidence. We also get excited with brand new 2019 forks in the form of Fox 36s and the much anticipated return of Marzocchi Bombers!

1 year ago
Issue 52

Don't be afraid; they are still bikes after all. We take a look at the rapidly growing 'gravel' bike market and wonder if they are just mountain bikes with curly handlebars. Hitting the trails, we see what they are capable of and talk to the people who make them about why they are so good.

2 years ago
Issue 38

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

4 years ago
8 years ago

Met Helmets, specialist in bike helmets for road, mountain bike, recreational and sports cycling, skating, skateboarding and BMX. WHO WE ARE. At MET we pour all our energy into one thing and one thing only; creating the finest cycling helmets. With a single-minded focus we create innovative products, unmatched in terms of performance, quality, safety and style. CYCLING. IT’S IN OUR BLOOD. Our Headquarters nestle between Lake Como and the hallowed peaks of the Italian Alps, a cycling mecca and our daily inspiration. Whilst there are many places that claim to be the spiritual home of cycling, few have a chapel and patron saint dedicated to the sport like our Madonna Del Ghisallo. It’s here in the mountains that we design and test all our products, on the road, on the trails and at our in-house technical research facility. It’s no coincidence that the MET brand has always been associated with the values that define its Alpine heritage: efficiency, attention to detail, performance, a refined aesthetic and sustainable development. Our Italian roots are evident in all we do. Outdoor and sporting goods company

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