An e-bike approved commuter helmet with great fit and feel and the advanced protection of WaveCel technology.
The biggest advancement in the protection against cycling concussions
Bontrager Charge WaveCel Commuter is a fashion-forward helmet that earns top marks in style and safety. It’s perfect for commutes, e-bike rides and everyday adventures, and it's built with the most advanced helmet safety tech available so you don’t have to choose between fashion and function.
WaveCel is a collapsible cellular structure that lines the inside of the helmet. This Bontrager-exclusive technology disrupts the safety standards that the industry has accepted for over 30 years.
WaveCel advanced helmet technology
The Boa® System lets you easily secure and adjust helmet fit with just one hand
Fidlock magnetic buckle fastens effortlessly for a quick, secure fit
The rear Blendr mount system easily integrates Bontrager light accessories
Soft, comfortable, moisture-wicking and washable helmet pads
Built-in visor provides constant coverage against sun and rain
Reflective elements on the back of the helmet offer enhanced visibility to be seen
The Crash Replacement Guarantee provides a free helmet replacement if involved in a crash within the first year of ownership
WaveCel is a collapsible cellular structure that lines the inside of your helmet. It works like a crumple zone that absorbs the force of an impact before it reaches your head. Read the study to learn more. You’ll never want to ride anything else again.
All WaveCel helmets received the highest rating from Virginia Tech’s third-party testing facility. This unbiased assessment proved Bontrager’s WaveCel helmets to be among the highest level of protection available to cyclists with a 5-STAR rating.
Cooler than cool
Through extensive research and testing in the lab and in the real world, WaveCel technology is proven to keep you cooler by minimising traditional heat-capturing EPS foam. The material sits perpendicular to the helmet allowing more airflow so it doesn’t impede flow to the forehead and temples, which are the most perceptive regions of cooling while riding, and allows air to flow over your head as hot air is pulled away from you.