Latest Helmet Technology: A Close Look At The Lightweight Lazer Genesis

Lazer have announced their lightest helmet ever, the new Genesis weighing from just 189 grams.

Lazer, a global leader in helmet design & technology, are a supporting sponsor of the 2020 Mudgee Classic.

The superlight version of Lazer’s’ patented Advanced Rollsys System secures with innovative 360° adjustment. Together with the Adjustable Head Basket, it secures a perfect and comfortable fit.

The Lazer Genesis features vent channeling that the company say maximises cooling efficiency during warmer rides.

“It even generates a better ventilation versus riding bare headed,” said Lazer. “Both ‘Race’ and ‘Comfort’ padding sets are included to shave grams or increase comfort.”

The patented Aeroshell that is available as an option transfers the Lazer Genesis to an aerodynamic yet still lightweight helmet. During the colder rides, the Aeroshell can be used as a cover that will protect the rider from the elements.

The Lazer Genesis will be offered in all main standards and the Australian version will feature MIPS.

The helmet will debut during the UCI World Championship in Yorkshire where it will be used by riders of top tier teams such as Jumbo Visma, Team Sunweb, and Corendon-Circus.


Fit System: Advanced Rollsys System

Construction: In-Mold

Ventilation:22 Vents

Weight:189g (S-CE – None MIPS version).


Sizes:S / M / L

Colours:Titanium, Matte Black, White Black (AU)

RRP:  $349 (MIPS)

Availability: November 2019


  • Internal ventilation channels
  • Comes with Race and Comfort padding
  • Reflective stickers (selected colourways)
  • Aeroshell compatible (option)

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