The new Star Pro is specifically engineered for adaptable performance. It’s a completely new approach that combines race-winning aerodynamics with advanced ventilation technologies. In one helmet. Like you’ve never seen before.
Using a complex process called wind-averaged aerodynamic drag, a full range of aero helmets were independently tested against a traditional race helmet in a wind tunnel facility in Arizona. Each helmet was tested at a wind velocity of 25 mph at a 30º head angle. The tests proved that the Star Pro with vents closed provided a significantly faster ride than the closest competitors.
In a sprint, every second counts and makes the difference in reaching the podium or just the finish line. This infographic shows the gain earned over the distance of a 300-meter sprint finish at 1150 watts.
This chart illustrates the cooling efficiency of Star Pro with vents open to be near-equal to a traditional road helmet, with both helmets cooling faster than a bare head during the initial 5-minute (300 seconds) period.