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May 19th, 2016
Wearing a helmet is not compulsory by law but is strongly recommended. A high proportion of cycling fatalities/serious injuries involve severe head trauma. According to HelmetsOnHeads, 9 out of 10 cycling fatalities in 2009 caused by head traumas were due to cyclists not wearing helmets. Regardless of age or experience wear a helmet; it could save your life.
See a list of some of the most popular and effective cycling helmets.
The link is out of date so the helmets aren’t the latest thing. How about this link instead as it’s more current and the magazine is very popular, everyone in our cycling club reads it.
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