Backed by over 20 years of EPS molding experience, the Limar team sets its sights on the emerging high performance cycling helmet market.
After an intensive period of R&D, Limar introduces its first cycling helmet, the CICLO L3—notable for its unique shape, comfort pads, striking fluorescent colors and light weight. At LIMAR Lightweight design has been a core value since day one.
Limar introduces thermoformed plastic shells to increase protection and safety: PRIMO is the first helmet with an emphasis on aerodynamic performance for professional riders: Limar dials up it's MTB commitment by sponsoring MTB Athletes.
Limar introduces the world’s first helmet made with coordinated team colors for Team Gatorade. Gianni Bugno begins collaborating with Limar to develop high performance helmets with the simple mantra; "Compact, Light and Fast," result in the acclaimed GB 93.
Limar launches the F104, the first helmet developed with sophisticated CAD technology. A product with the highest performance in terms of style, ventilation and aerodynamics. We also set our sights on developing the world’s lightest bike helmet, featuring an innovative retention system to offer perfect fit for every user.
Limar wins the coveted "premio Compasso d’oro”, the oldest and most prestigious industrial design award in the world, for the F104 helmet.
Limar creates the first In-Mold helmet - the F107. A process in which the outershell is co-molded with EPS foam during the production process. This fusion process adds structural integrity to the helmet, further decreasing weight. The F107 also introduces an innovative new fit system developed in collaboration with our growing ranks of professional racers.
Limar presents the F111 which offers the highest levels of ventilation with its 37 air intakes. A true masterpiece in style, comfort and safety.
Limar introduces the Pro Wheel System, the most compact and easily adjustable dial fit system in the market.
Celebrating our 20th anniversary, Limar sells a worldwide range of 24 models of helmets and 7 sports eye-wear models.
Limar launches the PRO 104, the World’s Lightest Helmet. Weighing in at a svelte 180 grams, the PRO 104 sets the new benchmark for high performance helmets.
Limar introduces the new Ultralight PRO 104. At 170 grams we definitively claim the title of world’s lightest cycling helmet.
Further pushing the limits, the new Ultralight rewrites the script with an astonishing weight of 160 grams.
Celebrating 25 years of craft and innovation, Limar introduces a new generation of Ultralight+ and Superlight. The brand with the lightest helmets in the world.
Limar introduces Velov, the first helmet designed specifically for urban cycling and wins the prestigious IF Product Design Award.
Limar increases the Superlight range. Limar achieves the goal of offering the world’s widest range of ultralight helmets.
To celebrate 30 years of passion and innovation Limar is back in the peloton of the World Tour events with the sponsorship of French Team - Direct Energie and US Team - Topeak.
We further our commitment to the World Tour by sponsoring one of the best teams of the last decade—Astana Pro Cycling Team. Limar takes advantage of this partnership by utilizing the team riders for R&D to improve the aerodynamic efficiency of our entire road racing collection.
Through our collaborative work with Team Astana, we present the Air Revolution collection. Our helmets have always been protective, comfortable and light and now they offer a true, data driven focus on aerodynamic advantage. Our quiver of aero informed designs have become our fastest ever. Whether it's our dedicated Time Trial helmet, our Air King, our carbon infused lightweight road racing helmet, the Air Pro Mips, Limar has the helmet to suit your personal performance.
We celebrate with Team Astana after an astonishing 46 victories during the 2019 World Tour season. Highlights from 2019 include: Luis Leon Sanchez's overall victory in the Vuelta de Murcia and Jakob Fuglsang's great triumph's in the spring classic Liege-Bastogne-Liege, as well as his overall win in the Criterium du Dauphine.