Finally! A helmet you can eat your banana through

by 4

Cébé introduces its first full face enduro helmet, the Rockgarden, read on for the official press release (and unofficial captions).

Damien Rosso cebe rockgarden
Optimized Airflow, or room to squeeze a snack in? Photo credits: Damien Rosso

Since its creation in 1892, Cébé has demonstrated its know-how and passion for extreme sports. Committed to offering only the best gear that ensures optimal protection and maximum sensations, the pure adrenaline brand places innovation at the core of its priorities. Rockgarden, Cébé’s first full face enduro helmet, embodies all the brand’s values and commitments: rad design with sporty and aggressive lines, and reliable technologies for performance, comfort and maximum protection.

Damien Rosso cebe rockgarden
Three colours: red for salami baguettes

Illustrating perfectly the brand’s “Pure Adrenaline” spirit both in the conception and the design, Rockgarden has only one goal: keeping you safe while making you look rad. Compliant with enduro competition standard, the helmet encompasses technical and stylish features for ultimate performance. Aggressive lines and high-end details give Rockgarden a strong character directly inspired from motorcycle design and enduro design language.

Damien Rosso cebe rockgarden
Green for hipster avocado bagels (you might need to chop them before insertion).

The In-Mold construction ensures perfect protection performance in a light weight design, while 360° venting channels keep your head cool. Delivered with 2 sets of padding and 2 set of cheek pads for optimal comfort and an adaptable fit, Rockgarden also features an action cam holder to record all your crazier achievements.

Damien Rosso cebe rockgarden
… and black for the banana you forgot to eat.

Rockgarden will be available in October in three colours at a retail price of £179.

Amanda Wishart

Singletrack Art Director

When Amanda arrived at Singletrack she had only been riding for a couple of years, but having already ticked off a healthy list of uplifts and races including Megavalanche, we didn’t see any problems with her keeping up. Previously serving 11 years in a publishing house, she was keen to continue her art and design career without being tied to a desk, and has progressed as both a rider and a designer from all the fresh air Calderdale offers.

She began mountain biking to keep herself occupied out of snowboard season, but bikes have since taken over as the preferred sport. It’s not a hobby - it’s a lifestyle, and the impact riding has had on Amanda’s life is more than just how she chooses to spend her weekends. Relocating to Calderdale, giving up driving, being more eco aware are all either directly or loosely related to the sport and the future of it.

Her love of bikes isn’t for the adrenalin rush, the exercise, achieving goals or even the travelling, it’s mostly about the people she meets along the way. She’s our in-house tree hugger and is interested in any earth positive products and vegan trail snacks.

Comments (4)

    I reckon I could squeeze a banana through my Proframe. Probably depends on the size of your banana

    I feel a banana-based grouptest coming on…

    @Rubber_Buccaneer – Any chance we could get video confirmation of that? Slow motion isn’t totally necessary, though preferable 🙂

    @singletrackwil if I remember when I have a banana handy I will provide evidence one way or the other 🙂

Leave a Reply