Sweet Bike Helmets

Sweet Bike Helmets

Nested within the unassuming Norwegian commune of Trysil you'll find a collective of skiers, riders, cyclists and paddlers who have made it their passion to protect you. Trysil is found where civilisation meets the wilderness - the landscape is rugged and unforgiving, the winters are brutal and the summer days are long.


Sweet was founded in 2000 by a group of action sport enthusiasts, collaborating with Terje Håkonsen to develop protective gear. In 2003 they made their first ISPO appearance and an for best newcomer.


The centrepiece of the range is the Bushwhacker's Carbon edition, which integrates carbon fibre elements into its shell for unmatched strength. Sweet are serious about protection from all angles, so MIPS comes as standard on all helmets.


Low-profile, stylish and understated designs let fellow riders know you're wearing the best. Those familiar with Sweet's ski helmets will notice the same iconic "S" pattern integrated into the top shell of the Bushwhacker designs.

Sweet's secret behind making the best and safest high performance helmets is in the sweet spot between world class impact protection, low volume and light weight.

Sweet Helmets
Sweet Cycling Helmets
Sweet Helmets
Sweet MTB Helmets

High performance MTB helmets for trail riding and enduro featuring MIPS as standard.

Dissenter MIPS


Lightweight all-mountain helmet with patent-pending STACC ventilation system.


MIPS Technology
MIPS Helmets

MIPS: Multi-Directional Impact Protection System

The MIPS Brain Protection System is a helmet integrated, low friction layer designed to reduce rotational motion transferred to the brain from angled impacts to the head.

MIPS allows the head to move inside the helmet which can reduce the harmful rotational motion otherwise transferred to the brain.

Falling at an angle creates rotational motion and science has shown that our brains are very sensitive to rotational forces. In an angled impact, these forces may transfer to your brain, which can cause severe injuries. MIPS can reduce the rotational motion and reduce the risk of brain damage.