When I was a child, I always wore a helmet.
It was part of my daily routine.
It helped keep me safe on the road, even if it meant I had to wear a bicycle helmet.
But what if the safety features we rely on today are just as important as the technology that helped us protect ourselves in the past?
We know we need to be aware of the technology behind bicycle helmets, but we also need to know how we can make our lives safer for everyone.
Bicycle helmets aren’t just about protecting our heads and necks; they also protect our eyes, which are the main reason we ride bikes in the first place.
Bicycle helmet manufacturers are responsible for making sure they protect the eyes of all cyclists, including kids.
It’s their responsibility to ensure that the technology they’re using to protect their heads, necks and riders are safe and secure.
But can we trust what they’re telling us?
This article is part of the FourFourSecond series.