Bike helmet tips

Bike helmet tips

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New article published: Read our new guide to choosing yours helmet for bike and cycling with the advice of our biker Tullio and the links to buy the models with the best quality / price ratio.

Woe to think that the helmet in bike it is only useful for those who compete or make demanding bicycle rides, while in the city and in the country it is useless. Statistics say that the greatest number of accidents happen when cycling in traffic and this is where the helmet from bike avoids that a trivial fall has very serious results. Given that in cycling races the helmet is mandatory, and that of cyclists without helmet you don't see them anymore, only the urban cyclist is left (the one who with the bicycle goes to work so to speak) not having understood the importance of this accessory.

It is crucial that the helmet from bike is approved, that is, that it has passed the tests established by the quality control bodies: shock absorption, resistance to penetration and tightness of the strap. This is not about avoiding fines, but about protecting yourself from life-threatening head injuries. Approvals must be indicated by a decal on the helmet, at the time of purchase, check that this is the case.

The helmet from bike it must be worn correctly. The correct position of the helmet is low on the forehead (approximately one finger above the eyebrow arch), preventing it from sliding backwards, revealing the forehead. The straps must be pulled well and for the same length on both sides; on both sides, the intersection between the front and rear strap must be positioned in front of and immediately below the ear.

In the event of a collision, the helmet from bike it must be changed because the shock absorption capacity could be compromised. In any case, remember that the absorption capacity begins to naturally decrease after 5 years, after which the helmet should be changed. Never remove the helmet to a traumatized cyclist before the arrival of doctors or paramedics, unless he has moved and hinders breathing.

For the choice of colors, follow your taste without forgetting that the safety of a cyclist in traffic depends on how visible he is. Helmets from bike treated with paints that reflect light and look good even at dusk are a good idea, as are lights and reflectors that can be applied to the back, not just the helmet.

Video: How To Wear Your Helmet Like A Pro (August 2022).