Tracy Moseley chooses the Fixer Fullface Full Carbon MIPS helmet for 2014.

Last season Tracy Moseley became the first ever World Enduro Series Champion, she also won the UK Gravity Enduro Series. Tracy approached us earlier in the year and we are delighted to welcome her to the Sweet Protection Team of MTB riders. She is geared up with our Fixer Fullface Full Carbon MIPS helmet and is set to defend her title. The first Enduro World Series race is in Chile 19-20 April 2014.

sp1Protection is of utmost importance to me when choosing my equipment, so when looking for a fullface helmet to use in 2014 I was drawn to Sweet Protection as the combination of lightweight and strength are one of the best out there. I am really looking forward to representing Sweet Protection in 2014, says Tracy. This season Tracy has joined the newly formed Trek Factory Racing Enduro team as she competes in the 7 round World Series. She also plans to take part in select rounds of the UK Gravity Enduro Series and the UK national XC series as part of her training and preparation for the World Enduro Series.


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The Fixer Fullface Full Carbon MIPS helmet from Sweet Protection

This helmet has incredible performance combined with ultra low volume and weight. It is reinforced with carbon fiber throughout the entire helmet to optimize protection performance, which provides incredible strength to weight ratio, rigidity and impact performance. The helmet also has the patented MIPS system, a state-of-the-art technology that sets a new standard in helmet safety by reducing the rotational forces with up to 50% to the brain in the case of an oblique impact. The Direct Ventilation system, with a total of three air intakes and 26 exhaust outlets, together with two hearing ports all covered with anodized aluminum mesh to keep the crud out, offers great comfort when the heat is on. Safety features include removable cheek and neck pads to ensure easier removal of the helmet in the event of a major crash.


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