Helmets

More than 80% of all motorcycle accident results in injury or death of the Ryder. Helmets can protect vehicle riders from severe injuries during traffic accidents. Wearing a motorcycle helmet reduces the risk connected with driving on roads by almost one-third percent. Helmet effectiveness has been confirmed by scientific studies, while helmet myths that helmets break neck, block vision & impair hearing- have been consistently disapproved.

The main components of helmet are the foam linear and the shell. Basically the function of the foam is to absorb most of the impact energy, while the function of the shell is to resist penetration of any foreign object from touching the head and resulting in direct skull damage and to distribute the impact load on a wider foam area thus increasing the foam linear energy absorption capacity.

Wearing a helmet will reduces the risk connected with driving on roads but even the best helmets will not guarantee against injuries. However, without a helmet you are more likely to have serious head injuries than a rider who is wearing one. Helmet are designed to reduce the chances of head, brain and facial injuries occurring, but are not designed to prevent injuries to other part of the body.