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Carnac Notus Race Road Helmet




Size guide

Helmet Sizing

Measure around your head at the widest point to determine the size you need.

Size guidance: To help choose the correct size helmet for your head measure around the widest part of your head, about an inch above your ears, with a soft tape measure, or piece of string. If you are on the cusp between sizes we advise that you size up.

The new Carnac Notus Race is the bike helmet of choice for many Holdsworth Pro Racing riders. With sleek good looks, huge adjustability and offering lightweight protection it's an obvious choice for any rider looking for an EN-1078 approved helmet.

  • Race ready performance and comfort
  • EN-1078 approved
  • Tilt and fit adjustability
  • 13 computer designed air-vents
  • Weight: <220g (Large size)
  • Small / Medium - 55-59cm
  • Large / X Large - 58-61cm
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The Carnac Notus Race sits right in the middle of the aero-comfort-protection continuum. For serious cyclists, it offers a mix of comfort, protection and aero performance that's going to be hard to beat.

Full Coverage EPS Core

Built using a two-shot moulding technique the Notus Race also majors on protection to go with its great looks. A full coverage EPS core is co-moulded over the internal fittings that anchor the straps and occipital cradle into the body of the helmet for maximum durability.  

Fitted with removable and anti-bacterial pads the Notus Race is easy to keep fresh even when stuffed in with all your other race day kit. 100mm of size adjustment from the rear cradle offers scope to cover almost any head size, and there are two sizes to choose from.   

Race Ready

If you're still looking for a race ready EN-1078 approved helmet that'll keep you cool, protect your head and look the business then maybe you've just found it.   

A correctly adjusted chinstrap is an integral part of the safety provided by any cycling helmet. If your chin strap isn’t correctly tensioned there is a risk that the strap may pull through the buckle. Always make sure that the chin strap is adequately cinched up every time you put your helmet on. A loose chin strap potentially reduces the effectiveness of your helmet.