Tag Archives: helmets

A titanic shift in bike helmet design

In our quest to find a folding bicycle helmet for use while traveling, Kathy made me aware of a new helmet technology that some (like me) will consider a titanic shift from the traditional bicycle helmet design paradigm – the … Continue reading

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Do you get a bike helmet forehead spot?

Okay…I have been wondering this for years. What the heck causes many bicycle riders to get an oblong-shaped reddish spot on their forehead from their bike helmet. It’s not like there is something on the inside of the helmet that … Continue reading

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The streets are no time for playing head games

I noticed an odd, dangerous, and dumb loophole in the traffic laws over the weekend. In Michigan, you must wear a helmet if you are driving/riding a motorcycle. The necessity for helmets has been debated by advocates on both side for years … Continue reading

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