Which helmet?

Which size helmet should I go for?

The best way to make sure the helmet will fit you is to measure your head. This is also the case for kids as age is not a good indicator. 

How to Measure Your Head:

  • Have a flexible tape measure and place it around the circumference of your head.
  • Position the tape measure at the middle of your forehead, 2 fingers above your ears and at the widest point at the back of your head.
  • Note the result and then browse our amazing helmet range! Be aware that sizing varies from model to model.

We have 3 models of helmets and they have different sizing but as long as you know your head measurement, you will find the perfect one for you.

Starling

Comes in a multitude of colours and 2 sizes. It has an adjustable dial at the back, so you can fit as nicely as possible.

  • SM will cover most kids and small adult heads: 48-54cm
  • ML will cover kids with larger head and most adults: 54-60cm

  

Mirror Mirror

As the name indicates this is a super shiny helmet and a Bobbin classic. It reflects traffic lights in the night to make you more visible and is ideal during the day if you need to check your hair! In its new version, it has a dial at the back for the best fit. Available in chrome, gold, rose gold and bronze.

  • SM will cover most women’s and teenagers’ heads: 53-58cm
  • ML will cover most men’s heads: 56-60cm

Metric

Ticking all the boxes for a classic unisex everyday helmet, the Metric is so lightweight you’ll forget it’s on your head. Tried and tested on a huge variety of head shapes, it is guaranteed to feel great and look flattering to boot.

  • One size only but with an adjustable dial it really does fit most heads between 54-62cm

 

 So get your tape and let's find you the best helmet for your next ride!