Building on its relationship with pro cycling Team Wanty-Groupe Gobert, apparel and accessories specialist, rh+, has heralded the performance of French rider Yoann Offredo who was the brave protagonist of a long breakaway during the second stage of the Tour de France. Thanks to this effort, Offredo was recognised as a combative rider, and led the Wanty-Groupe Gobert team to first place in the teams overall standing.
Riders from the Belgian team have been brandishing the new rh+ ?am?0 helmet at this year’s Tour, which is included in the accessory company’s rh+ 2018 collection, and will be officially introduced to the public during the next Eurobike show in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Rh+ adds that the new helmet is inspired by automotive shapes and design, and ‘offers optimal airflow both inside, for the best ventilation, and externally to optimize the rider’s aerodynamics.’ Fitting is optimised via a new Y-divider and the rh+ brand’s Power FIT EVO retention system.
The new rh+ ?am?0 helmet is available in sizes: XS/M (54-58), L/XL (58-62), weighing 250-270g, available with or without MIPS.
A brand of the organization Zero Industry S.r.l., rh+ is based in Lentate sul Seveso, in the province of Monza, in Italy. It designs and produces technical apparel, helmets and goggles dedicated to the cyclist who is looking for ‘performance, uncompromising quality, design and Italian style.’ Zero Industry itself develops and sells products divided into four business units: Cycling, Snow, Eyewear and Urban. rh+ has an e-commerce site and an established international distribution network that covers 22 countries, spanning Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.