CAIRBULL, based in China, specializes in developing, designing, and manufacturing of sport and safety helmets of the highest quality with best price. CAIRBULL helmets are at the forefront, be it cycling, skiing, ski touring, BMX, horse riding, climbing, mountaineering, expedition and rescue helmets. CAIRBULL take the women, youth and kids into consideration of our series at the same time.
The best helmet we can recommend is the one that meets these three criteria:
The cairbull supercross helmet fits your head comfortably and securely.
The cairbull supercross helmet offers the most coverage you are confortable with.
The road bike helmet meets the most relevant standards for the type of riding you enjoy.
Design, features and price of the road bicycle helmets for sale can also be considerations, but those are personal choice that we cannot provide guidance on.
Unfortunately, the answer to this question isn’t simple. The reason why there is no simple answer comes down to one undeniable fact:
Every impact is a unique event with multiple variables, and we can’t predict exactly how those variables will define your helmet’s impact.
The primary purpose of a cycling helmet is to help reduce the chances of, and/or the severity of, head and brain injury from a fall or crash.
So, the desire to understand which helmet(s) can provide the best protective capability is a common question.
Be gentle, several frequently available cleansers might damage the materials helmets are typically made of. Particularly hazardous are cleansers or solvents made of petroleum. They can harm a helmet to the point where it no longer offers as much protection. This harm is frequently imperceptible. The helmet should be cleaned with a soft cloth or sponge, warm water, and mild soap for optimal results (such as mild dish soap). After letting the helmet air dry, store it somewhere cool and safe so it won't get damaged.
Be aware that wearing a helmet in extreme heat can cause damage. For instance, a black gear bag, a car's interior, or an automobile trunk may become heated enough to sustain heat damage under direct sunlight (damaged helmets will appear to have uneven or bubbly surfaces). Therefore, we advise putting the helmet back into its box or case and storing it in a cool, dry area whenever the road bike helmet isn't being used for a while.
If you're worried about a lice infestation, try these quick, easy methods to get rid of them:
Do not use any kind of spray.
For 48 hours, put the road bicycle helmets in an airtight plastic bag. After that, take off the pads and clean the area with a gentle cloth or sponge, warm water, and a light soap.
Visit your neighborhood dealer or call the manufacturer for replacement pads, then throw away the plastic bag (keep it away from youngsters as it poses a suffocation risk).