An L.E.D. bicycle helmet like the Lazer Helmets Urbanize N'Light keep you visible to cars while riding on the road at night and protects your noggin in the event that you crash. Each L.E.D. Bicycle Helmet features small L.E.D. lights which pop in place in slots on the helmet. Just turn on the small switch on each light face of the Lazer Helmets Urbanize N'Light to turn them on and off. The helmet comes in eight colorways and also features Rollsys, Coolmax, rain protection, and channeled ventilation. .
Holding its place as one of the best sellers on the market, SixSixOnes’s Comp II helmet sits at an unreal price point while meeting CPSC standards for bicycle helmets. Constructed with an injected poly carbonate shell, this tough helmet offers rugged full face protection with the added benefit of a crash protection policy - because you never know what the trail ahead might have in store. The EPS (extruded polystyrene) foam inner liner increases protection and ensures a snug, comfortable fit, while the fully adjustable visor keeps the sun from compromising your vision. Available in 2 great colour schemes, this easy to clean helmet boasts a removable liner, allowing you to keep your helmet smelling fresh ride after ride. Providing an economic advantage with full face protection and features of pricier models, this helmet will meet all of your expectations and retails for under $100. What are you waiting for? Seriously!
Train A, traveling 70 miles per hour, carrying a cargo of bicycle helmets, leaves Athol, Massachusetts heading toward Belchertown, Massachusetts, 260 miles away. At the same time Train B, traveling 60 mph, carrying a cargo of bottled water, colored inks, circuit boards, tombstones, and fluorescent yellow paint, leaves Belchertown heading toward Athol. When do the two trains meet? How far from each city do they meet? And when they do “meet” (in a combined 130 mph head-on collision), what will the wreckage look like?
Triple Eight Distribution, Inc., of Port Washington, N.Y. has the recall of 30,400 of its child and youth bicycle helmets due to a failure to comply with CPSC impact resistance standards. Due to the failure, consumers who wear the recalled helmets could suffer a head injury as a result of impact. So far no injuries have been reported. Recalled products include: