Limar introduces new Ultralight + line at Eurobike

After 25 years of records in innovation, Limar introduces its latest market leader at Eurobike 2011: The UItralight + , the evolution of the unrivaled Ultralight at 160 grams, and above all, the goal of 25 years devoted to research and development.

17 years after F104 opened the frontiers of lightness, 4 years from the introduction of PRO 104 and its exclusive monocoque in-mould technology and 3 years from the presentation of Ultralight, here is now Ultralight +, the perfect combination of excellent design and amazing lightness.

Ultralight+ has a brand new design, improved performances and a more appealing look. The more aggressive and aerodynamic design is enhanced by a back-rear spoiler with 22 air vents, making the helmet even more ventilated.

The perfect fitting is another plus of this aerodynamic and ventilated model. Its ultralight fit system is minimal, practical and easy to adjust with one hand. The in-mould technology allows the perfect combination of lightness and impact resistance. With Ultralight +, the lightness primacy gets a new look.

The Limar collection at Eurobike will vouch for the 25 years the company has devoted to accomplish its only and important mission: offering every rider the lightest and most comfortable products on the market.

Besides Ultralight+, the SUPERLIGHT range will be shown at Eurobike. The SUPERLIGHT family includes models for every user and stands out in Limar range for its extreme lightness and comfort.

Road model 777 and MTB model 757 feature an unbeatable lightness in their category of reference (200 gr for 777 – size M). Besides, model 777 has been chosen as the official helmet of the 2011 Giro d’Italia. An excellent product, offering top performances and high technology, dressed with the typical pink of Giro d’Italia.

Also kids are considered in Limar search for lightness with models 149 & 124, featuring a weight of approximately 200 grams (model 124 is only 190 grams!).

Ron Callahan is the chief cook and bottlewasher at Bike World News, doing everything from website design to bike reviews.

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