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When you were a kid, wearing a bicycle helmet was probably something you tried not to do. They were heavy, hot, and never fit well. Now you’re older, wearing a helmet isn’t just a logical safety choice, but it is also very comfortable. Read on to learn how helmets protect you better, have become lighter, fit better, and are more comfortable than ever before.
Recently we reviewed a light from the wizards over at MagicShine, The MJ-900B. With that are package, they also included an amazing helmet, the Genie. The Genie is a revolutionary helmet that boasts a headlight and tail light as well as remote activated turn signals. Read on to see some more detail.
While talking with a neighbor over the weekend, he said, “I need to go get a helmet….to set a good example for my son”. We reviewed all the reasons why buy a helmet and how to find the right one. Then I added some additional suggestions on why a more expensive helmet, with comfort and ventilation features, is a really good option.
Wearing a helmet isn’t just a logical safety choice, but can be very comfortable. Read on to learn how helmets protect you better, have become lighter, fit better, and are more comfortable than ever before.
We’ve nearly all had an experience, whether at five years old or 55, knowing that wearing a bike helmet can play an important role in preventing minor to severe head injuries when riding. No matter what the circumstances, it is a comforting thought to know that if a crash accurse you had the correct helmet on. In this article the author will review the different safety standards and types of helmets so you can choose the correct helmet for the riding of your choice.
This morning thousands of bicyclists were on the roads for RAGBRAI, and if you watched the riders roll through Souix City, IA, you notice most of the people were wearing bike helmets. “It’s the safest way to ride whether you’re on a trip across the state or a trip across town,” according to Dr. Michael Nguyen who bikes into work anytime he can.
Normally safety videos are made as an educational tool. However this helmet safety video is entertaining, fun and worth sharing. It features fast cutting, quirky humor and good information that is suitable for a wide range of age groups.