We need to protect our heads because they are one of the most vulnerable when cycling. That’s why Colorado Cyclists have bike helmets from top brands like 100%, Lazer, Oakley, POC, Troy Lee Designs, Bell, Giro, and many more to protect your heads.
The first step in buying a helmet is determining how you will use it. If you are planning to use the bike helmet for the road, you need road bike helmets that have better ventilation and lightweight construction compared to mountain bike helmets that prioritize added side and back protection.
Road bike helmets are designed with commuters in mind and are a little tough to withstand the rough and tumble ‘urban’ use. Extremely well-ventilated, these helmets do not have a visor and are designed to accommodate goggles. Mountain bike helmets are made for protection on rough trails. They are thicker at the back to protect against falls and have chin bars for extra protection. Some high-end mountain bike helmets also have visors.
Bike helmets listed below are picked after proper inspection to ensure they comply with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) standard. Pick a bike helmet that will look great, is comfortable, and offer safety; bike helmets are available in several colors and sizes.
Picking the proper fit is necessary because a helmet only protects you if it fits your head correctly. Helmet sizes vary by brand, and most companies provide a fit guide. Measure the circumference of your head to determine which size will fit you. If it's between two sizes, choose the comfortable one. A correct size helmet will be set low on your forehead. You shouldn’t have to cinch down the chin strap to hold the helmet in place; it should stay secured by the retention system.
Buy the best fitting bike helmets from the biggest brands on Colorado Cyclists.
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