The helmet should wrap the head well, and there should be extra space between the helmet and the head. The helmet should completely cover the forehead (a few centimeters above the eyebrows) and the back of the head. When the back is hit, only the helmet touches the ground.
The belt of the helmet should not be too tight (there should be no discomfort when turning the head) or too loose (the belt should not slide over the chin). To make sure you wear the helmet correctly, turn your head from left to right and from top to bottom: The helmet and belt will not move and you will not feel uncomfortable.
1. Wearing a helmet without fastening it.
If you just put a helmet on your head and don't fasten it, it won't protect you, and even more dangerous than doing nothing. Your head will not be protected at all in the event of a collision or fall.
2. Riding without a helmet.
Even though it is not mandatory to wear a city bicycle helmet, we strongly recommend that you wear it. No matter what kind of cycling you are doing, No matter what kind of cycling you are doing, a fall or collision can happen to anyone, whether he or she is a beginner or an experienced person. The helmet is an important safety component in riding, it can prevent major injuries from happening, and even save your life. Consequently, no matter what road you are riding on, please wear a helmet!
3. The helmet is too big or too tight.
If the helmet is too large, it will lose its protective effect. Once an impact occurs, you may get injured if the force is not dispersed throughout the helmet. At the same time, if the helmet is too tight, there will be a very big security risk, because it may suffocate people and cause more injury.
4. The use of bicycle helmets in sports other than bicycles is prohibited.
Different types of bicycle helmets are specially designed for cycling and are prohibited from being used in other mechanical sports, for example, motorcycles. Similarly, BMX scooters and mountain bike helmets can't be used in sports other than motorcycles or bicycles.