The MET Trenta 3K Carbon is the most advanced road cycling helmet we have ever made. Delivering unprecedented levels of performance, it’s a vital companion for serious riders with a competitive spirit.
The MET Trenta was created to mark our 30th anniversary year. We wanted to develop a helmet for elite riders, a competitive edge for the best in the sport. The name, of course, is the Italian for ‘30’.
The MET Drone’s unique Wide Body, aerodynamic design greatly decreases turbulence and drag around the shoulders. It saves a potentially race-winning 10 watts at 50km/h.
The MET Codatronca is a short tail aero helmet, designed and engineered to let the head move freely in multiple positions while remaining aerodynamic from all angles.
We developed the MET Manta specifically with aerodynamic performance in mind. It’s quite simply one of the most competitive sprinters’ helmets in the game, saving you 10 watts at 50km/h.
The MET Rivale keeps things as compact as possible, without cutting down drastically on the number of vents.
The MET Strale is engineered to strike the balance between aerodynamic performance and comfortable ventilation perfectly, offering you an incredibly versatile all-round road helmet.
The MET Parachute is a trailblazer, part of a new breed of helmets purpose-built for enduro mountain biking. It weighs just 700g, making it the lightest helmet of this type in the world.
Exploring mountains and riding singletrack requires extra impact protection. The MET Roam has an increased coverage around the temple and occipital areas, without adding extra weight.
The MET Lupo is designed to offer great performance for all-mountain explorers and more competitive XC riders too, this is one incredibly versatile helmet.
The MET Grancorso is our first NTA-certified helmet, a new safety standard created specifically for E-bike riders. We helped develop NTA, which is designed to give a Speed E-bikers specific protection.
Optimised for urban riding, the MET Corso offers an extra level of protection with an extended outer shell – compared to standard road cycling helmets.