E-bikes are booming: More and more cyclists are choosing the support of the small electric motor. Commuters in particular are switching from cars and public transport to this alternative. However, the higher speeds of e-bikes and S-pedelecs also place other demands on protective equipment. uvex has developed the uvex city 9 especially for these and to get all e-bikers safely through the urban jungle.
The simple helmet in hybrid shell technology is extra shock-resistant and yet pleasantly airy to wear: six large ventilation openings on the top of the head can be opened and closed as required - even with one hand while riding. Two more in the neck provide additional ventilation. An integrated plug-in LED with three different modes ensures visibility and is rechargeable via USB. To ensure that the helmet sits securely, it can be adjusted to fit your own head by turning the rotating wheel in the neck.
uvex IAS | uvex IAS 3D
With the uvex IAS system, helmets can be adjusted in width. Heads differ not only in their size, but also in their height. The uvex IAS-3D system therefore offers the additional option of exact adjustment to the individual head height.
FAS Strap System
The fast-adapting system strap can be adapted easily and steplessly to your own head shape. This keeps the helmet firmly on the head in all situations and the webbing always in the optimal position.
The UVEX Monomatic comfort closure can be adjusted and adjusted in several stages with just one hand. The closure is torsion-proof and has opening protection in the event of a fall. The UVEX Monomatic is equipped with a comfort pad for a pressure-free fit.
The helmet, with its sprayed outer shell and EPS inner shell, consists of a highly effective safety combination: impact-resistant on the outside, shock-absorbing and cold-insulating on the inside. This elaborate construction enables the installation of perfectly designed, closable ventilation openings and ducts and optimum wearing comfort.
This advanced technology combines the robust hardshell construction in the upper part of the helmet with the inmould process in the lower part of the helmet, plus plenty of space for openings and channels for perfect ventilation.