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New $99 Lazer Cerro Helmet is Gravel Focused with Road Benefits

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Gravel is in vogue, but lots of the products arriving with gravel in the name feature some excellent non-gravel specific benefits as well. The new Lazer Cerro KinetiCore helmet offers the best of the road and off-road worlds — dovetailing with gravel.


The design has a road-focused appearance from head-on, but a tiny visor is visible as the view comes to the side. The Lazer Cerro has many add-ons that make it more versatile than most, especially paired with the $99 price tag.


The Lazer Cerro KinetiCore has built-in eyewear docking slots to keep glasses in place on bumpy roads. And if you get too gnarly on said roads — KinetiCore technology should protect you against direct and rotational impact.

Lazer Coyote Kineticore helmet
Example of Lazer KinetiCore technology on the Lazer Coyote Kineticore helmet. Photo Zach Overholt

What’s KinetiCore Technology?

Lazer’s KinetiCore technology features built-in rotational-impact protection thanks to unique Controlled Crumple Zones incorporated into the internal structure of the helmet. KinetiCore also uses less overall material, adding improved ventilation, a lighter-weight helmet design, and fewer plastics used in construction (not to mention more friendly to long hair).


Magnetic Buckle

Lazer adds a magnetic buckle to keep the Lazer Cerro KinetiCore on your head. Plus, along with a small visor, an insect net will protect riders from rain, gravel, mud, and many flying insects.


Lazer Cerro KinetiCore Specs

  • Available in three sizes (S / M / L)
  • Lightweight 270g M CE
  • MSRP: €99,99 / $99,99
  • Available: Now


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11 months ago

It’s hard to believe in the title because it’s simply a helmet. They could have just as well claimed it was for indoor training specifically and it would still just be what it is… A helmet with features

11 months ago

The Lazer Cerro is not listed on the Lazersport.us website. Where can this item be purchased?

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