In its 50 years of existence (celebrated this year), Brembo has secured a prestigious place for itself in the automotive braking system sector. Not only for automobiles, including Formula One race cars, but also since 1972 for motorcycles. But what is the relation between brakes and helmets. Apparently none, except that the Brembo Group is a huge company with many brands including one called Sabelt manufacturing seat belts providing an interesting technology to these 2 new Brembo B-Tech (chin covered) and B-Jet (open-chinned) helmets: the Automatic Fit Strap
The idea behind this strap is that many riders put on and take off their helmets many times a day for very short trips, often failing to fasten them correctly or even leaving them unfastened. Brembo helmets have a continuous strap that ends in a winding device. Just press a single button (on the helmet side) and the strap adhere perfectly to the chinkiest which blocks automatically in the correct position and tension, making it skin friendly.
In addition to an interesting design 100% in pure Italian style, the Brembo B-Tech helmet is currently the urban full-face helmet with the broadest visual angle because of the special extra space visor. And with a larger area of the surface cut away the claustrophobic feeling that bikers often experience with a normal full-face model is much reduced. Brembo Helmets.