1. Salim
    January 22, 2019 @ 9:42 pm

    Are there any form of difference in the absorption features for different helmets or irrespective of the helmet the absorption level remains equal and the same? I prefer to change my helmet every three year, and I make sure to archive the used ones for references. Thanks for facts you provided at the beginning of this post, it was quite catchy!



    • Sports Send
      January 24, 2019 @ 5:08 pm

      Hi, Salim and thank you.

      First of all, it is an excellent tradition to change the helmet regularly as you do. I recommended to do it no later than every five years but do it each three years as you do great.

      About your question, very interesting view, I haven´t found that there are a difference in absorption feature between helmets but can´t decline it either. But having in mind that there is a definite quality stranded each helmet much have so I believe it should not be at least significant difference.

      If I can help you with anything else, or if you have any questions, don´t hesitate to contact me.


  2. Paul
    January 22, 2019 @ 9:43 pm

    Great article. Here in Australia it is a legal requirement that all persons riding bikes on the road must wear a helmet.  This causes great debate on whether they are really necessary and the police cop a flogging on social media whenever they dare fine someone for riding without a helment on.  I live in a small beach community where the local kids never wear them and the local police tend to turn a blind eye.  We even had a case here recently where sadly, two local teenagers fell whilst riding down a large hill in skateboards.  One was wearing a helment and had a broken arm.  The other was not and ended up in an induced coma for 5 months – luckily he made a full recovery.

    Your posts should be put in every newspaper in the country.  Keep up the good work


    p.s. If nothing else, I can attest to the fact that helmets are a good defender against swoopi