Boost Pro

After intense wind tunnel testing with pro-riders and champions of cycling, we have updated the Boost 01 aero road helmet platform to deliver unsurpassed aerodynamic performance. The Boost Pro sharply reduces aero-drag allowing athletes to save precious seconds in the time trial position thanks to its completely closed configuration. The removable back cover can be snapped-in to offer full aero configuration, while front vent covers add on custom air management.



  • Gender UNISEX
  • Weight 290 g. | 10,2 oz
  • Dimension S-M (cm54 – 58 / 21,3” - 22,8”) - L (cm59 – 61 / 23,2” - 24”)
  • Certifications CE / EN 1078

Tech Specs

  • 3 Vents Flow Through Ventilation
    3 Vents Flow Through Ventilation
  • Divider Pro Side Buckles
    Divider Pro Side Buckles
  • Fastex System Closure Buckle
    Fastex System Closure Buckle
  • Free Padd Interchangeable Comfort Padding
    Free Padd Interchangeable Comfort Padding
  • RSR 9 Adjustable Retention System
    RSR 9 Adjustable Retention System

All Boost Pro models

Boost Pro

Wind tunnel testing session

With 50 years of Formula 1 experience, Swissside has revolutionized the cycling industry with unmatched aerodynamic and engineering knowledge. Swissside conducted the enclosed wind tunnel study to prove the performance of the entire Rudy Project helmet collection



The Flip Up system offers a unique and removable shield interface for full wraparound visual protection, enhanced flow dynamics and atmospheric management minimizing eye strain. The practical magnetic flip-up system will ease you when putting the helmet on, while cutting fog and maximizing cooling during long rides.

Universal Dorsal Ridge
Universal Dorsal Ridge

Universal Dorsal Ridge

Inspired by sharks, the dorsal ridge helps converting sideways force into a forward force, like it was a long tailed helmet. It gives more surface only when it is necessary, as with a cross wind, while it remains small for less frontal area effect.


In-Mold technology allows us to cast the external polycarbonate outer shell directly during the injection stage of the expandable polystyrene (EPS) impact-absorbing foam. The result is a much more rigid structure which is knock-resistant and extremely light, allowing for better ventilation system. The combined action of the EPS structure, the polycarbonate cap and exo-skeleton creates resistance to the mechanical action exercised by an impact and dissipates the energy in order to prevent it from being transferred to the head of the person wearing the helmet.


The Vortex Killer System is designed to aid in the straightening of the airflow over the rear of the helmet. The scientific combination of the helmet geometry and the side vents helps in managing these vortex low pressure points which create drag and instability. Air is directed, through a proprietary channel system, over the neck and shoulder areas at a different rate or volume than the oncoming free air.