Best Womens Bike Helmets 2021 Reviews
|TeamObsidian Premium Bike Helmet||15.7 oz|
|Schwinn Women’s Thrasher Helmet||14.4 oz|
|JBM Adult Cycling Bike Helmet||1 lb|
TeamObsidian Premium Bike Helmet
Schwinn Women’s Thrasher Helmet
JBM Adult Cycling Bike Helmet
How to Adjust Your Women Bike Helmet
We all know riding our bike is good for us and it’s fun but let’s face it: crashes are common now. It’s widely documented if you’re gonna crash, a helmet will reduce your chance of a head or brain injury by at least 65 percent to as much as 88%. So make sure you wear your helmet properly. It’s not only important to wear a helmet but it’s important to wear it properly so that it fits and can actually do it’s job. There are too many people riding around with helmets that are perched way back on the top of their head or on backwards. While many cyclists don’t think it’s cool to wear a helmet, it’s really cool to be able to think properly fit helmet should be one that sits on your head level with the edge of the front of the helmet just a finger width or two above your eyebrow. Some helmets for women have a ratcheting knob in the back that allows you to adjust the circumference.
A woman helmet should be tight enough and sung enough that when you wiggle it your eyebrows move up and down and it shouldn’t fall off on it’s own. The first adjustment is to get it level and adjusted so it fits snugly. You also need to adjust the straps so that they form a Y right below your ear lobe.
On the other side you have to get that leveled up right. Finally you’ll have to do the chin strap adjustment. This should be snug enough that the helmet won’t move around on your head but still loose enough that you can run your finger through the strap and your chin.
The helmet should be in a position that when you open your mouth it feels snug and really tight; it level straps in a Y below your ear and the chin straps snug enough that it won’t slide around and move in an impact perfect perfect.
You know that accidents can happen at anytime so you’ve got to be prepared and wear your helmet properly.
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