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.
Road bike helmet has no brim, which is more in line with the needs of road riding and can provide a better vision. When riding on the road, you may encounter pedestrians, cyclists, small animals, or other unexpected factors. Therefore, when riding on the road, you need to ensure that the rider has a good view, and can seea wider range of vision, so as to react and avoid danger. Caibull vender road bike helmet is commited to making riding safer. It not only uses high-quality materialsbut also produces products for better riding experience from the perspective of design.
In terms of performance, road bike helmet is more in line with aerodynamics, light weight and good ventilation In terms of technology, the top aerodynamic helmetof Cairbull venger road bike helmet is in line, with a smooth, round, compact shell and truncated tail to maintain the aerodynamic benefits of all head positions The internal mold structure is to wrap the polycarbonate shell with EPS core to obtain sufficient strength, but it will not extend to the bottom. The adjustable design can perfectly adapt to various head types. The three inner cushions can maintain comfort and the 26 inner channel can ventilate very well to cool the head at anyspeed. This helmet is really an attractive, safe and high value choice for most riders.
We also see our helmet as an accessory in riding fashion. Our series, simple style, stylish, and unconventional design reinterprets the idea of " safety ". Riding is not only a way of exercise, but also a way of life. Safety is the first important thing, but the sense of fashion is also the embodiment of personal attitude. We use elegant colors and smooth line design to make the helmet very fashionable.
We make a general recommendation of replacing a helmet every three to five (3-5) years depending on use and handling. This is based on observation of the average user, and factors like wear over time, weather, handling, the potential for degradation from personal care products like sunscreen or bug spray, and the simple fact that helmets do improve over time.
While helmets kept in good condition can provide protective capability beyond the 3-5 year recommended lifespan, it’s also true that they can degrade over time. This is why we recommend replacing the helmet within this regular interval.
If you fall and the helmet is impacted, you should have the helmet inspected or replace the helmet immediately, even if no damage is visible. The reason is that helmet liners are made to absorb energy from impacts and they do this through their own degradation or destruction – like an airbag in a car. If the liner is compromised from an impact or other factors, it may not offer the full protective capability it was designed to provide.
Based on the variety of activities and design criteria, our point-of-view is that there is no single best standard. This is why we recommend that you choose a helmet that meets the most relevant standards for the type of riding you enjoy.
There are many different standards that help to define the spectrum of cycling helmets, and each standard is based on the specific type of riding and user they address. Each standard has a unique set of criteria too, based on research or other factors that can influence the development of the standard. And over time, standards evolve based on research and technological advances.
Helmets do not last a lifetime. A damaged helmet may not always be obvious. Avoid using a helmet that has obvious damage, such as a fractured outer shell or a crushed or cracked foam liner. When the helmet is hit, some or all of its protective potential is depleted.
We advise you to visit your neighborhood shop if you ever have any doubts or inquiries about the condition of your helmet.
Be gentle, helmets are generally made of materials that can be damaged by many commonly-available cleaners. Petroleum-based solvents or cleaners are especially dangerous. They can damage a helmet so that its protective capabilities are significantly reduced. Many times, this damage is not visible. For best results, clean the helmet using a soft cloth or sponge, warm water and mild soap (such as a mild dish soap). Allow the helmet to air dry and then store it in a cool, dry place where it won’t get damaged.
Note that excessive heat can damage your helmet. For example, in direct sunlight a dark gear bag, the interior of a car, or an automobile trunk can get hot enough to cause heat damage (damaged helmets will appear to have uneven or bubbly surfaces). Therefore, when not being used for a period of time we recommend that the helmet be placed back into its box or case and stored in a cool, dry place.
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 helmet 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).