Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Down with the kids


It's not just us adults who want to look good on our bikes, the kids have got to look cool too...Now they can with Bern's fantastic Nina and Nino helmets. The boys helmets, Nino comes in red and black racing stripe and the girls, Nina, in white with butterfly graphic and good old fashioned pink.
They are made with Bern's zipmould technology which make them both lightweight and 100% certified as a safety helmet. What better way to get your kids excited about wearing a helmet on the school run and only £39.99 at cyclechic.co.uk

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Richard Keatinge said...

You seem to have noticed that helmets don't look smart. They're also uncomfortable and inconvenient; with a helmet I overheat in summer and I need more silly special stuff to avoid having my ears freeze in winter. They are the antithesis to the travelling freedom that is the essence of cycling. The figures don't even show that they work; helmet laws have stopped a lot of people cycling and have done nothing for head injury rates, see Robinson DL. No clear evidence from countries that have enforced the wearing of helmets. BMJ. 2006 March 25; 332(7543): 722–725. doi: 10.1136/bmj.332.7543.722-a. http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?tool=pubmed&pubmedid=16565131 (Robinson's work uses the best scientific methods, all available control groups and so on.)

Bicycling is good for health, but bike helmets don't seem to be.