When your work attire demands more than a crumpled pair of jeans and a tee shirt, having solutions that help you feel your best without sacrificing your professionalism are important.
When cyclists hit their heads in accidents there are numerous ways that the brain can be damaged, and just as many ways for this damage to manifest itself. The following provides a brief explanation of what may happen and how your attorney can prove it in court.
The X1 Helmet, the world’s first fully integrated Bluetooth helmet for cycling, is now available worldwide and ready to rock the cycling industry with Sena’s proven, cutting edge technology.
Her friend’s death had a great impact on Gloria, prompting her to pursue an alternative, but rewarding career move. Gloria Hwang started Thousand Helmets with one major goal in mind: to make helmets that were too stylish not to wear, her part in encouraging cyclists to protect themselves.
This one-of-a-kind helmet sits at the intersection of safety and fashion. The straw hat cover is one of a number of hats designed and manufactured by Bike Pretty in California to fit YAKKAY bike helmets.
Load up the Coros app on your phone and the helmet easily connects via Bluetooth. The speakers use bone conduction audio that converts sound waves into vibrations bypassing the ear canal and eardrum. This leads to a very decent sound quality while still hearing the world around you, such as cars and other potentially dangerous obstacles.
The ABUS Granit PLUS 640 is one of two ABUS locks that I use on a regular basis. As a D-shaped U-lock, it is a classic option for reliable and proven protection. It is light enough and small enough to carry in a bag, but stout enough to protect your bike from theft. The shackle, which is double bolted into the lock body and made of 12mm hardened steel, is also coated in rubber so that it will not damage the finish on your bicycle. The lock itself weighs less than 900 grams, which is quite light considering the amount of protection it provides.
A product that’s been out in Sweden since 2011 with a new version out earlier this year, Hövding is a bicycle helmet that you have to see for yourself. The Hövding 2.0 is crash-tested helmet design that uses the kinetics of a crash to deploy an airbag which protect the cyclist’s head.