BBB Helmets – Stock-up for Summer

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Summer is looming, and with longer daylight hours and more ride-friendly weather, it’s prime-time to stock-up and capture those extra sales. With six key models in their summer line-up, BBB has a varied range that covers just about all bases; from youth to commuter, MTB to performance road. This range shares premium quality features, competitive pricing and consistent stock levels that make BBB it a great option to boost your helmet sales.

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Each BBB helmet model is packed with quality features at a price-point that makes for an easy sale.

For the off-road enthusiast, the Shore features contemporary all-mountain design that offers extra coverage at the rear and in the temple area. With robust construction a full micro-shell that protects the EPS core from general wear and tear, the Shore is ideally suited to the rough and tumble world of mountain biking. Creature comforts include quick-dry padding, an adjustable visor, lightweight multi-angle strap dividers, flow-through ventilation and their multi-adjustable Omicron fit system. Retailing for just $149.99, the Shore is extremely well priced given the quality features and finish.

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Seventeen large vents and compact styling makes the Maestro a great road helmet for summer riding.

Road cyclists will appreciate the sleek and aerodynamic lines of the Maestro. A total of 17 large vents optimise airflow while the Halo Guard system adds to the strength and integrity by incorporating a nylon cage within the EPS mould. Like the Shore, it utilises the Omicron retention system for simple one-handed adjustment on the fly. BBB offers the Maestro in a standard version for $199.99 or with added MIPS protection for $249.99.

Man wearing BBB Helmet
The Omicron retention system allows simple one-handed adjustment on the fly while the Dune (pictured here) can be fitted with the BBB Spot taillight for enhanced safety.

Perhaps the most versatile option from BBB is the $149.99 Dune MIPS. The styling morphs fluidly between MTB and commuting with a removable visor and an optional mount to suit the BBB Spot taillight. This model incorporates 14 vents and the MIPS system for protection against widely varied impact angles.

The Kite is another all-rounder that performs equally for road and MTB use. Like the Dune it can be fitted with the BBB Spot taillight and has a removable visor. Extended coverage adds to the protection and the easy-to-use Omicron system makes fitting a breeze. Retailing for just $99.99 the Kite impressive value.

Child wearing BBB Helmet
Made tough for the kids, the Wave features skate styling and a host of functional safety features.

Wrapping up the BBB range is the Wave youth helmet. BBB has wisely chosen a more robust ABS outer shell to better protect against the wear and tear that kids can dish out. Trendy skate styling will appeal to the rider while the retention system allows one-handed adjustment. The Wave retails for $69.99 and comes in two sizes; the small covers from 51-55cm while the medium fits 56-58cm.

For more information on the BBB helmet range, give BikeSportz a call on 1800 808 181 or head to their B2B site where you can easily access up-to-date stock levels and other information;

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