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What's new?

Think about your current helmet; now imagine it lighter, with a more comfortable fit system, better ventilation, an additional aeroshell and improved side impact protection. That is what the Lazer Z1 offers.
 

Welcome to the new Lazer website! At the start of a new cycling season we launch a new website.

Just like with our products we have spent time and effort in designing something new and exciting. We hope you take the time to look around and check out the products and information on the site.

Boring meeting rooms don't inspire people to great ideas…Brainstorm sessions are just better outside, doing what you love.

That's why Lazer decided to hold our annual Lazer days meeting at the canary island Lanzarote. All Lazer employees and a selected group of partners flew to the La Santa Sports Club to enjoy a few days of riding and meetings in a relaxed setting.

Every day started with a group ride to some of the most beautiful locations the island has to offer. After the ride we gathered for group presentations and meetings to discuss the future of Lazer. And the December sun did wonders for the creativity and results as this was one of the most successful meetings we had.

The choice for Lanzarote was obvious since it used to be the residence of Lazer owner Sean van Waes when he was a young aspiring triathlete. He acted as the local guide showing the group to some of the most interesting spots that are not in tourist guides.

On to the next Lazer days!

A coffee or beer after a long ride is the perfect way to relax and discuss your performance or the events of that day with your buddies. But where do you leave that helmet?!

You can lay it on the table, hang it on your bike/ski's or even keep it on your head, but none of those solutions are really optimal. And how do you secure your bike or ski's without carrying a lock everywhere you ride?

You want to store your helmet somewhere and not have to look over your shoulder every five minutes to check if your bike or ski's are still there. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to store your helmet and lock your gear safely at the same time?!

That problem is now solved with the arrival of the Cappuccinolock.

The Cappuccinolock is a revolutionary way to lock your bike or ski's using only your helmet straps. Slide the male part of your buckle into the lock on one side and connect the female part of your buckle on the other side of the lock. Twist the numbers to ensure the lock can't open and relax while you have your coffee.

Building on the idea of the Aeroshell (cover for our cycling helmets) we designed the Color Chic. This removable shell snaps on and off the Tempted helmet just like an Aeroshell.

But contrary to the Aeroshell the Color Chic has no real performance advantage.

The idea here is to quickly change the look of your helmet so you can always match it to your outfit. Everybody has more than one jacket to go into the mountains, but nobody carries more than one helmet around. So every once in a while you create a mismatch between your jacket and helmet, but not anymore.

The Color Chic shell allows for a quick color customization to keep you in style. Because everybody wants to be color coordinated on the mountain.

Newsletter

A successful tour of Qatar has finished for the Lotto Belisol team. With three riders in the top 10 the entire campaign was a great success for team.

Jürgen Roelandts finished third just 20 seconds after the leader, Marcel Sieberg became sixth with 56 seconds behind and André Greipel finished tenth 1 minute and 23 seconds behind the winner.

A strong collective effort throughout led to two top podium finishes in the desserts of Qatar.

This is what the director Bart Leysen had to say:
' I am very happy. We came here to win at least one stage and to put down a good result in the general ranking, and we succeeded. I am also very happy that everybody made it through this tour without injuries. It was very dangerous to ride here during the past days with heavy winds pushing the riders. We have three riders with a top 10 position in the general ranking. That proves that our riders are in good shape and that is very good news looking forward to the classics'