In 1990, Arthur Liao invested 350 Euros in his fledgling helmet company, which he ran alongside his sole employee from a small rural house. As demand for his helmets increased he moved his business to a bigger premises to capitalize on the demand.
By the late 90s Liao had taken steps to modernise his business and expanded globally, garnering international praise with his new helmet trademark ‘MHR’.
From this small family run business sprung LS2. First conceived and born in 2007 with a head office in Barcelona, LS2 exhibited their range at EICMA in Milan and from that day forward the company have shown their dedication and passion to step into the global market.
Each LS2 helmet, whether it is made from polycarbonate, composite or fibreglass is quality checked to the exacting standards of their in-house technicians and submitted for batch testing to ensure the best quality for their customers.