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Urge BP Centrail Helmet gets updated with increased visibility, keeps iconic look

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Urge Bike Products is proud to release its updated Centrail helmet. Brimming with improvements for increased visibility, the Centrail comes with a distinct style that commuters may welcome. That look may be familiar as it shares the same base mold as the Urge NewSkull snow helmets and the Endur-O-Matic.

This lightweight and unique design now includes a flashing rear LED light. The light has three progressive modes and sits on the back of the helmet on the adjustment system.

Urge Centrail
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Urge has developed versions of this helmet with REFLECTO technology to boost the rider’s visibility. REFLECTO is a highly reflective surface that remits 99% of the light source projected onto the helmet.

The REFLECTO® coating for added visibility.

Great for urban settings, this reflection system helps you stand out, offering better visibility for rides in the concrete jungle or other high-traffic environments.

Urge Centrail
The soft visor is stylish and functional.

Urge Centrail also features a soft and reflective visor compatible with any pair of sunglasses. The bill helps dampen sunglass contact with the helmet. And it offers a bit of flair.

These unique features are a part of the upcycled Centrail, 85% of which is made from recycled materials. Recycled EPS makes up the shell, and the straps are recycled PET.

Are you a citibike, cargobike, fixie, or e-bike rider? Urge Bike Products took their time to tool the Centrail for you and whatever urban pursuits you encounter.

Urge Centrail Specs

Technology: In-Mold Construction

Upcycled Shell: Recycled EPS, straps made from recycled PET

Air Vents: 8 air vents

Light: rear led light, 3 lighting modes

Visibility: soft reflective visor, Reflecto coating

Sizes: M (53-57cm) – L (57-61 cm)

Weights: M 318g

Colors : Olive, Sol, Anthracite & Reflecto

Available: May 2022


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2 years ago

bout time a bullitt gets feature photo

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