Your summer may not include the same race lineup as the likes of Yates, Gerrans, and company, but you've got a busy schedule all the same. Whether you're accruing points in local TT's and criteriums or prefer the tri circuit, trade out your training lid for the Scott Split helmet to gain the biggest advantage you can in your next race. As one of the most accessible race upgrades for the self-sponsored cyclist, an aero helmet will save you watts on-course, helping you get to the finish line, and maybe the podium, faster. Built with heavy input from Orica-Greenedge and Scott's pro triathlete roster, Scott's Split comes approved by the men who race TT's and tri's for a living. Its aerodynamic shape cuts down on air resistance while you pedal, while its lightweight shell and foam absorb impact. Though its shaping and construction is on par with other aero lids, Scott sets the Split apart by carving out ambitiously large vents into its shell. A faceport, internal channels, and rear exhaust port all work together to keep air moving through the helmet. Where aero helmets generally sacrifice ventilation for speed, the Split manages to ensure airflow doesn't impact its aerodynamic advantage.
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