Without going to the Velodrome or the wind tunnel it's impossible
to tell just how Aero this is (both in isolation and against its
peers). But it does 'feel' quick; and crucially it allows me to
keep my head low which is a huge saver of drag.
I also have to think that Sky's obsession with performance
details (like the new Castelli Skinsuit) means they would not
tolerate something that was not best in class.
The visor is very clear and does not fog up, and the whole fit
is very snug and comfortable. I have ridden TT helmets which were
very uncomfortable right from the off, and constantly reminded you
that you were wearing them. With the Bambino I hardly knew it was
And to me, as a Long Course athlete that's a huge plus.
You are looking for a light, and comfortable all round TT/tri
helmet that you will use in variable conditions and courses.
Don't buy if
You will only use on the calmest of days when a longer tail rival
will likely be a touch more aero.