Limar Air Pro road helmet review

The Limar Air Pro is an open aero helmet enhanced with lightweight carbon-fibre framework

Limar Air Pro
(Image: © Limar Air Pro)

Cyclingnews Verdict

Quiet, well vented and lightweight, the Limar Air Pro takes advantage of exotic materials to create a comfortable and great-looking lid


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    Novel use of carbon fibre


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    Oval head form may not suit everyone

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    No MIPS or slip-plane liner

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The Limar Air Pro is the latest model to join the brand's line-up of incredibly lightweight helmets. 

The aptly named Ultralight was one of the first road helmets I ever purchased and is still probably the lightest. While it lived up to the name (and still does in its modern form) that helmet, in particular, brought along with it compromises in fit and ventilation and it looked a bit dorky.

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Based on the Gold Coast of Australia, Colin has written tech content for cycling publication for a decade. With hundreds of buyer's guides, reviews and how-tos published in Bike Radar, Cyclingnews, Bike Perfect and Cycling Weekly, as well as in numerous publications dedicated to his other passion, skiing. 

Colin was a key contributor to Cyclingnews between 2019 and 2021, during which time he helped build the site's tech coverage from the ground up. Nowadays he works full-time as the news and content editor of Flow MTB magazine.