From family bike rides to riding off to school, your kids need a sturdy, comfortable helmet to keep them safe on bicycles. Kids aged 5 to 14 and teens from 15 to 19 years old have the highest rates of bicycle-related injuries.1
Small children, especially, can be hard for motorists to see and are vulnerable to accidents too. Even little spills can cause scrapes and scars on their face that a helmet can protect against.
We recommend leading by example. Wear your own helmet when you go with your kids on rides, whether you’re biking, skateboarding, or rollerblading. Starting the helmet habit early will help them stay safe throughout their life.