How to Choose a Bike Helmet
Learn about the how helmets are constructed, the different types of bike helmets and how to fit one to your head.
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Helmet Construction: 0:47
Types of Helmets: 3:29
Slip Plane/MIPs explained: 9:10
How to Fit a Helmet: 10:20
OAKLEY ARO5 HELMET: 3:40
SMITH NETWORK MIPS: 4:53
LEATT DBX 3.0 ALL MOUNTAIN: 5:40
BELL SUPER 3R MIPS: 6:30
TROY LEE DESIGNS D3 CARBON MIPS: 8:02
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We’ve all experienced the beauty of the trail or the freedom of the open road. For many, cycling presents a world of possibilities and opportunities at every turn. At Jenson USA, our passion for cycling sprouted back in 1994 and has since taken root and grown into a community of people devoted to living life to its fullest. We’re building a culture of people who respect each other, set the pace, and lead through service. We strive daily to better serve our customers, our fellow employees, and our community. Over the years we’ve found that happy people are hardworking people, and that the time we spend on two wheels together builds the greatest profit of all.
We all approach life with different stories and special experiences that have shaped us into who we are as individuals. Deep down, it’s a love of adventure that brings us together, inspires us to push the limits of what we are capable of, and daily rediscover the freedom found when we first started pedaling.
At 12:40 you were talking about getting a helmet for the right shape of your head. I have a long oval narrow headshape. And I wonder if you would recommend any cycle helmets for me. I bought a giro foray helmet it looks great but not on my head. Also it doesn’t fit on the sides
Thank you. I will say the music was a distraction.
73 likes + mine and no dislikes. Awesome!
What helmet is the best for riding street?
nice overview, thank you
Awesome video. Great overview.
This was a good video, I wonder what would be the best helmet for my fixie ?
Nice and definitely useful video, thank you.
I am wondering for what are those matal poles on the desk?
Ah planned obsolescence why build it to last when you can build it to break and keep us buying more and more.
Thanks, very informative.