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Lazer Tonic Kineticore review: a budget model worth wearing

Sarah Gigante (Movistar) on her way to stage and overall victory on stage 3 of the Bright Brewery Tour of Bright

Modern cycling offers a lot of options for anyone shopping for the best road bike helmets; our list has 12 choices and I would add more before cutting it down. The challenge is editing and distinguishing them apart more than it is finding options. Still, even amongst such stiff competition, Lazer helmets are a standout. Today the brand is a part of the greater Shimano portfolio but Lazer has a rich history dating back to leather helmets in 1919.

Modern Lazer offerings include top-tier options like the Z1 Kineticore for those who want an ultralight option and the Vento Kineticore for the more aero-minded out there. There are even great kids’ bike helmets in the lineup and throughout everything you’ll always find a focus on weight. Nestled among the many options, there is also a lower-tier model that hasn’t gotten the same attention. Although the Lazer Tonic Kineticore fits into the lineup near the bottom, it manages to do that without losing sight of the top-tier models. 

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