The Fixed Wheel is an independent boutique bike shop located in Bowral in the Southern Highlands. We are passionate about cycling and enjoy the lifestyle that our area provides with beautiful Highlands and an ethos of health and life balance.
Developed at their Prolab facility in Vancouver Island, Project 23 line is the result of endless hours spent designing, developing and testing in some of the harshest and most demanding MTB riding spots on the planet. We’ve tested all Project 23 lines to destruction and are confident that they’ll provide you with the reassurance that when you do have a big spill – we have you covered.
Whether you’re racing Enduro or DH, getting in laps at the bike park, E-biking or hitting your local trails, at just 860 grams (Size L), the Project 23 ABS will keep you comfortable, super safe and ventilated.
To ensure you stay cool and comfortable, 23 big bore vents offer no compromise through-flow ventilation.
The helmet is CE/CPSE/ASNZ/ASTM 1952 certified.
23 big bore vents for no compromise airflow
S.E.R.T slip plane system reduces impacts causing C.T.E.
The most ventilated full face hard shell helmet on the market
Fibreglass shell offering shock absorbency and incredible value for the money
CRV (Crash Release Visor) system allows the visor to release on impact to help reduce rotational forces
Easy position visor angle no bolts needed
AGION anti-microbial liner helps to keep things smelling fresh
TF (Through Flow) Goggle ventilation allows full air flow
Quick release liner for easy washing and cleaning
Supplied with padded pro helmet bag
Fidlock magnetic closure
Weight 860g (Size L)
Size & Fit Guide
Extra Small: 53-54cm
Extra Large: 61-62cm
2 Extra Large: 63-64cm
Head shape can play a factor in helmet fit. So our size guide is designed a starting point and will work for most people, there are of course exceptions.
Rounder heads will usually fit based on measurements, but if you have a more oval head shape, you might be better suited to a larger size.
If your head measurement falls in between sizes, a good idea is to go up a size. Helmets use common shell sizes with different size liners. It is possible to resize a medium to a large by changing the cheek pads and liner.