Protection, ventilation and customisation for £115: Givi's 60.1 helmet

The new Givi 60.1 could be the perfect off-road helmet for you, with two grpahics designs and 10 different colour options at a competitive price.

Givi 60.1 helmet.

The Givi 60.1 is the first off-road helmet from the Italian brand that already complies with the new ECE 22R06 regulations. 

In testing, the 60.1 was not only tested in the lab, but also by 2021 Junior Enduro World Champion, Simone Cristini. 

Givi says that “This helmet has been conscientiously developed with the latest technology and the best materials, anticipating the mandatory enforcement of the new ECE 22R06 European homologation that comes into effect on July 3rd, 2022.” Additionally, the 60.1’s accessories, such as the visor, has also been granted the same certification.

Furthermore, Givi says about the 60.1 that it “thus offers a boost in safety. It is made with high quality components: Resistant materials such as the technopolymer used in the shell.”

The Italian brand adds, “Its interior, designed with an attractive camouflage finish, is made of hypoallergenic, removable, and washable fabric. In addition, it includes an adjustable visor, ‘Double D’ strap closure and front, upper and chin guard air intakes, along with a rear extractor.”

The 60.1 is aimed at all types of off-road riders, from enduro to motocross, and even supermoto. Additionally, it is available in an array of colours, with more than 10 available to choose from between its two different graphical variants: “Fresh” and “Invert”.

Givi’s new 60.1 integral off-road helmet is available in sizes XS to XXL, and retails for €139, or around £115.

You can check out the 60.1 for yourself on Givi’s website: here for the Invert graphics; and here for the Fresh graphics.