Riding Bicycles Safely

Melon helmet kids bike safety

Riding a bicycle is always fun. But it is crucial to always use proper safety equipment for every age to avoid injuries. Either commuting around the city, cruising through the offroad or just having fun at the skatepark - we strongly advise riders of all ages to always use the proper safety gear.

Things you never can go without:

    • A front reflector in white
    • A rear reflector in red
    • Yellow wheel reflectors or a reflective white stripe on the tyres.
    • A bell
    • Battery/Dynamo powered lights in the front and back while riding in the dark. Even if it is on a well lit street.

Things you always should use:

    • A helmet
    • A reflective vest

Riding on special tracks or skateparks:

    • A helmet is mandatory!
    • Cycling gloves to protect hands
    • Elbow guards
    • Knee guards

Bungi Bungi lightweight kids bike

Remember that a child should never ride without adult supervision and should wear a helmet at all times. Teaching our children good habits from an early age is one of the best things we can do!

That is why we work together with Melon helmets to make sure every kid doesn't just enjoy his fun times with a bicycle, but can be always safe too. 

The hi-tech in-mold construction in a classic shape, make it 30% lighter, to comparable hard shell helmets. 3 base sizes are available, each adjustable further through Coolmax® pads and adjustment system, cover a range from 46-63cm. 12 air inlets, air channels and a Fidlock® magnetic buckle offer class leading comfort. Unique extra: Vista Visor available in 6 colours giving UV400 protection.

We offer a wide range of different kids helmets to suit everybody's likes and needs.

How to choose the proper helmet for your child?

Melon helmet sizing chart kids bike

It is crucial that the helmet fits the head just right! Remember that a loose fitting or skewed helmet can result in greater injuries!

To check out our selection of helmets click here!

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