Team Bridger
Engineering that makes and takes an impact.

We've flown over handlebars, been hit by taxi doors, and become stuck on chairlifts in ways you can't even imagine. We've skied atop both deep powder and bare dirt, and have ridden a bike 35 miles home with a flat tire.

While we've had our mishaps, each one has taught us the importance of well-made equipment. We regularly spend far more time outdoors than doctors prescribe, and as a result, have spent thousands of hours using all types of gear, thinking about how to make it better.

Three years and 523 prototypes later, we are ready to release the most capable, highest-performing ski and bike helmet on the market.

RYAN EILER
Co-Founder / CEO
Restless Tinkerer.
It turns out that Wall Street was a more soul-draining vocation than he had in mind, so he jumped overboard to divert his technical skills toward building real things for fun people. He’s filed patents for both a financial algorithm at his previous job, as well as for Bridger’s helmet locking mechanism, so he’s no stranger to taking a new approach to things.

At Bridger, he’s been the driving force behind prototyping/3d-printing, business strategy, market research, and cultivating the impressive team of advisors and resources that has allowed Bridger to create a first-class product.

When he’s not designing helmets, he’s bribing his dog Moose with hot dogs, or trying to qualify for another Boston Marathon before his knees wear out.
Say hi!
ryan@bridgerhelmets.com
PETER EILER
Co-Founder / Head of Design
Design Wunderkind.
The big-bang moment for Bridger happened when Pete’s ski helmet met a tree branch in Jackson Hole. His frustrations with the status-quo helmets boiled over, and he decided that all kinds of helmets could be more exciting if they adapted to the ways in which we use them.

A brush with a shot on the PGA Tour didn’t fall his way, so he decided to take his business degree and build something that could make adventurous peoples' lives more enjoyable. An expert, self-taught 3D modeler, his designs have raised the eyebrows of even veteran product designers.

When his friends and family aren’t begging him to cook dinner, and he’s not immersed in a new helmet design, he’s on two wheels, trying to keep the rubber side down.
Drop him a line:
peter@bridgerhelmets.com
RYAN EILER — Co-Founder / CEO
Restless Tinkerer.
It turns out that Wall Street was a more soul-draining vocation than he had in mind, so he jumped overboard to divert his technical skills toward building real things for fun people. He’s filed patents for both a financial algorithm at his previous job, as well as for Bridger’s helmet locking mechanism, so he’s no stranger to taking a new approach to things.

At Bridger, he’s been the driving force behind prototyping/3d-printing, business strategy, market research, and cultivating the impressive team of advisors and resources that has allowed Bridger to create a first-class product.

When he’s not designing helmets, he’s bribing his dog Moose with hot dogs, or trying to qualify for another Boston Marathon before his knees wear out.
Say hi!
ryan@bridgerhelmets.com
PETER EILER — Co-Founder / Head of Design
Design Wunderkind.
The big-bang moment for Bridger happened when Pete’s ski helmet met a tree branch in Jackson Hole. His frustrations with the status-quo helmets boiled over, and he decided that all kinds of helmets could be more exciting if they adapted to the ways in which we use them.

A brush with a shot on the PGA Tour didn’t fall his way, so he decided to take his business degree and build something that could make adventurous peoples' lives more enjoyable. An expert, self-taught 3D modeler, his designs have raised the eyebrows of even veteran product designers.

When his friends and family aren’t begging him to cook dinner, and he’s not immersed in a new helmet design, he’s on two wheels, trying to keep the rubber side down.
Drop him a line:
peter@bridgerhelmets.com
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