ROTATIONAL IMPACT TEST
At Rudy Project we are committed to develop products aiming to the highest level of safety, exceeding the current requirements set
by international Standards, such as the CE or CPSC norms.
Today more than ever our goal is to go even further by overpassing also the RP ROTATIONAL IMPACT TEST.
The RP ROTATIONAL IMPACT TEST is an internal protocol adopted by Rudy Project, in cooperation with accredited and notified
bodies, to test and measure the performance of the helmets against rotational impacts; it takes inspiration from CEN, from ECE
22.06 (a new standard for motorcycle helmets) and it is based on real accident data and scientific sources.
The RP ROTATIONAL IMPACT TEST “pass-fail” criterion is based on the BRIC (Brain Injury Criterion) value, an algorithm that
defines the level of brain injury. This value must be less than 0,68.
*The RP ROTATIONAL IMPACT TEST is a RUDY PROJECT internal protocol to test and measure the performance of the RUDY
PROJECT helmets against rotational impacts. This test has not been adopted by CEN or by its Working Group CEN TC 158 / Working