Cycling Helmets

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Cycling Helmets Kask Protone

Kask Protone

Racing Helmet, Adult





It mainly depends on the type of biking you are going to perform. There are different types of bike helmets that can be divided into four categories:

  • MTB - Suitable for mountain bikes. The helmet is sturdy and has a screen that protects you from mud and branches, among other things.
  • Racer - A lighter and more aerodynamic helmet for racing.
  • Skate - This is a standard model that is suitable for regular everyday biking.
  • City - Even this is a model that is suitable for those who take the bike to work or the store. Safety-wise, it is in the same class as the skate model.

There are a few things that are important to consider when buying a bicycle helmet:

  1. Fit. The helmet should sit straight and firmly on the head and feel comfortable. It's supposed to cover the forehead, the back of your head and the top of your head.
  2. Size. It is important that the helmet has a perfect fit, and it should not be able to fall off or move on your head. The size is obtained by measuring the circumference of your head where it is the widest.
  3. Safety. Make sure your helmet meets the basic safety requirements. A CE mark on the helmet shows that the manufacturer has received a certificate that the helmet meets the safety standards required by the Swedish legislation.

The recommendation varies from 3–10 years, but it also depends on how much your helmet endures. For example, if you have dropped your helmet from a high height or had an accident with your helmet, it is safest to change your bike helmet.


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