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Bontrager Solstice Helmet

Bontrager Solstice Helmet
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Bontrager presents us its new model of MTB Solstice helmet with which the rider will be able to go out to train with the maximum protection and comfort and to achieve the objectives posed. With the Bontrager Solstice helmet it will not be necessary to invest a lot of money in a helmet that keeps the rider well protected during the workouts.

 

Features BONTRAGER SOLSTICE helmet

The brand new Bontrager MTB Solstice helmet will provide the rider with the best comfort and protection during mountain bike workouts. In order to provide the cyclist with the best protection, the Solstice has LockDown belt separators and a Micro-Manager adjustment system that will help this helmet adapt perfectly to the rider's head. The universal carving detail adds versatility by adapting to most heads.

The lightness of the helmet will provide a great comfort for the rider. In the inner part of the Solstice, absorbent pads have been added that will amortize the impact in case of an accident.

 

Expert opinion

The Bontrager Solstice helmet will provide the rider with an excellent level of aeration for maximum comfort during workouts.

 

What do we know about the BONTRAGER brand?

Bontrager, was created in California in the year 1980 with the intention of establishing a company that was dedicated to the manufacture of products for the world of cyclingBontrager arose from the need to create cycling equipment which was resistant and allowed the cyclist to overcome limits, promote such sport and redefine quality expectations. At the end of the years 70, Keith Bontrager, took advantage of the introduction of a new modality of mountain biking to see the need for the elaboration of pieces that had a high quality and that Satisfy the mountain cyclist.  

Keith Bontrager, who had already manufactured components and bicycle frames crafted in the garage of his house in Santa Cruz, California, began to register the containers of the bicycle workshops in Southern California with the Purpose of collecting broken pieces and then analyzing them. of each broken piece, I studied failures to create better and more resilient designs.

BontrageR products have a great strength and lightness, which makes it positioned as one of the best brands in the world, manufacturing components for bicycles.

Later, in 1995, Bontrager sold the company Bontrager Cycles to Trek Bicycle to be able to focus on the design and testing of components bicycles.

The product range of Bontrager is very wide:

  • Accessories (drums, bottle, pumps, odometer, fenders, lights..)
  • Footwear (Cycling shoes, sportful)
  • Components (Brakes, handlebars, power, grips, saddles, seatposts)
  • Nutrition and Training (GPS, Pulse)
  • Protection Helmets)
  • Clothing (Vests, jackets, culottes, caps, gloves, jerseys, grips, leg warmers...)
  • Wheels and Tyre s (Covers, tubes, rim backgrounds, tubeless kit, wheels, valves)
  • Workshop (Tools, supports, puncture repair)

Bontrager – all components, accessory and cycling kit Bontrager available in the search engine of CoreBicycle with offers.

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