Ruroc reveals next generation EOX helmet

Ruroc has unveiled their next generation motorcycle helmet, with the covers coming off the EOX. Featuring multiple improvements and refinements over the Atlas 4.0 range, the new model brings next-level safety, performance, comfort and connectivity.

Backed by 15 years of knowledge and experience from the UK brand, and developed alongside the direct feedback of its global community of hundreds of thousands of riders, the EOX redefines the iconic Ruroc design.

Utilising next-generation impact-protection technologies, EOX delivers first-class safety standards in accordance with both ECE 22.06 and DOT certifications. It features a quad-matrix carbon composite shell, made of T300 carbon fibre, reinforced with Kevlar.

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Nylon and fibreglass further enhance strength, flexibility and overall impact performance. The result is Ruroc’s lightest yet most robust carbon composite to date, with Rheon seamlessly integrating its innovative reactive polymer technology once again.

This provides protection against impact and rotational forces, alongside a combined multi-density EPS and EPP impact liner for enhanced energy absorption. The EOX has been sculpted to specifically improve aerodynamic, thermal and acoustic performance.

Ruroc EOX Raw Carbon
Ruroc EOX Raw Carbon

Its shell design features a new spoiler, seamless visor integration and flowing contours that, when compared to the ATLAS 4.0 Track, delivers a dramatic improvement in stability. Angular velocity magnitude is up 37 per cent, with a 2 per cent reduction in noise.

There’s also been a 110 per cent improvement in thermal airflow compared to the ATLAS 4.0 Carbon. What’s more, EOX sets a new standard in helmet fitment, with better padding layups, densities and liner materials to perfect the “right fit” formula.

As a result, EOX is offered in three shell sizes, while maintaining a slim profile. An extra set of new ‘slim-line’ cheek pads are included as standard. The visor is now toolless too, making it easier to change on the go, and features an anti-scratch coating on the outside.

On the inside, pinlock-compatible fixing puns are ready for the Pinlock 120XLT insert that comes inside the box. In terms of ventilation, the new helmet features no less than six optimised vents and a channelled EPS lining.

Working in harmony with the flowing lines of the outer shell, the vents offer high-flow intensity for all-over comfort. Ruroc will also offer the option of adding the optimised Shockwave or new Shockwave Mesh systems for enhanced communications.

Ruroc EOX Ignis
Ruroc EOX Ignis

Developed in association with leading wireless communication experts, Cardo Systems, the Mesh platform allows riders to connect with up to 15 friends, with a one with a connectivity range of up to 1.6km, through the fully integrated system.

The Ruroc EOX launches in eight designs, with two flat paint finishes; Core (matte black) and Ghost (gloss white). Joining those are two exposed carbon weaves: Raw Carbon (matte black carbon weave) and Liquid Carbon (gloss black carbon weave).

The EOX Squadron is the first of the graphic range, drawing inspiration from the Spitfires flown by 457 Squadron of the RAAF, with the infamous painted shark’s mouth, and the Mictlan, featuring a hand-drawn skull of the Aztec God of Death, laid in gold foil.

Buzzsaw features a futuristic beast clad in gun-metal armour with exposed, blood-red wiring, while the Ignis delivers bold orange paintwork, with tonal racing lines on an exposed carbon fibre weave base.

The Ruroc EOX will be available exclusively online at from April 24, with Australian prices to be announced shortly (it will retail in the UK for €399).

Ruroc EOX Buzzsaw
Ruroc EOX Buzzsaw
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin is the ride editor at Exhaust Notes Australia, founding editor of Two Wheel Addicts, a contributor at Bike Review and panel judge for Harley Davidson's Breakout Boss competition. Andrew has a love for anything on two wheels whether that be sports, naked or adventure bikes, with a guilty pleasure for cruisers.


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