Kask Bambino Pro Evo time trial helmet made for World Tour team Ineos* Polish Champion Michal Kwiatkowski for the 2018 season.
The Kask Bambino Pro Evo helmet is a further development of the popular short-tailed Kask Bambino helmet. It has been tested further in the wind tunnel and by the riders of Team Ineos.
The helmet is made to be as aerodynamic as possible by reducing the drag created when riding. Not a single rider can stay sure static in the same position through a whole race. This is why the Bambino Pro Evo helmet has a shorter tail than most other brands, simply because every rider will move their head when racing. A long-tailed helmet will increase the drag and therefore be less aerodynamic in the imperfect real world.
Ventilation is ensured by the presence of six micro air intakes on the front and the airflow through the helmet. The visor is integrated with the helmet using a magnetic system. The visor can easily be removed and replaced while riding.
Kask uses the innovative multi-layer open cell construction process giving you maximum comfort and performance, while the CoolMax technology boosts both its breathability and sweat absorption.
The helmet comes with a 'Kwiatko' name sticker and national flag attached from the team.
Dark and clear visor is included. The helmet is size small (50-56cm).
The helmet is used but still in very good condition!
- Made for time trial
- Super aerodynamic
- Tested in wind tunnel & with Team Ineos
- Integrated magnetic visor
- Short-tailed for better functionality
- Optimized comfort thanks to the multi-layer open cell construction and CoolMax technology
- Micro-adjustable for a perfect fit
- Eco-leather chinstrap
- Superior fit
- Dark and clear visor included
*Team Ineos is a British UCI World Tour cycling team. During the latest seasons, the team has featured rider profiles such as Chris Froome, Egan Bernal, Michael Kwiatkowski, Geraint Thomas, Rohan Dennis, Wout Poels. And with wins in some of the most significant Grand Tours such as Tour de France, Giro d'Italia, Tour de Suisse, Tour of the Alps, Paris-Nice.