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Helmets protect the riders' heads agains impacts, whether they admit it or not
"... The most logical one is that testing a helmet to see how it behaves in real life requires to simulate real-life conditions; and guess what, on the everyday roads you'll all see that 90% of the riders (or even more) are traveling at fairly low speed, with some notable exceptions, of course. Since riding the “average bike” doesn't happen at 160 mph (~257 kph), testing the helmets for such speed is truly a nonsense. Nevertheless, this doesn'..." Continue Reading →
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