October 14, 2016 by Brian
Talking about dirt bike safety must be our top priority and helmets are considered a necessary protection gear from a head injury.
No doubt wearing a helmet while riding dirt bike gets quite uncomfortable, however it is the safest way to ride a bike. Wearing a helmet provides lots of benefits which could really make your kid’s bike ride more wonderful.
If your kid’s helmet creates a disturbance while riding; you must go for a high-quality light-weight helmet, but letting your kid go out without one would be really wrong. Before we go on choosing the right helmet, we first need to know how does it really works.
How Does Helmet Really Work?
A helmet consists of fiberglass outer cover which acts as a shell; while its inner lining is made of stretched polystyrene which provides cushioning. When helmet gets struck with a hard surface, the shock is absorbed by the inner lining which keeps the skull in one piece. At times of direct collision on the outer shell, it works like buffer by scattering the energy; hence decreasing the impact on the brain.
Finding the Right Dirt Bike Helmets For Kids
Helmets come in many shapes and sizes, but here we will be talking about how to get the right dirt bike helmet for kids.
When choosing the perfect helmet it is necessary that it is comfortable and fits according to the size of your kid’s head (as head sizes do vary from people to people).
Later on, come the shape and design of the helmet.
It is not necessary that the helmet that fits your kid is the most expensive one. 🙂
Once your kid puts on the helmet and fastens the straps, ask him to rotate his head side to side. If the helmet and face skin movement are nearly same, then try to lift the helmet from rear to front to see if it moves.
If doesn’t, it means you have got your kid the right helmet.
Maintenance and Shopping For Helmet
Just like all your kid’s safety gears for bike, look after the dirt bike helmet. If it is damaged, then it is time to change the helmet, and dispose it, so that it might not be used by anyone else.
While looking to buy (online) dirt bike helmet for your kid you might find some great priced safety gears along with some decent helmets, but it is recommended that you first let your child try it before you buy it, due to reasons as mentioned above.
I really recommend to looking around in dirt bike helmets for kids within Fox products!
What to Include For You Kid Other than Helmet?
Relying only on the helmet to keep your kid safe from injuries won’t do any good, as there are other protection gears for your child that are as important as the helmet. Some other areas of your kid’s body require protection which includes the neck, knees, hands, and elbows. So it is necessary to contain the complete set of safety gears for your kid.
Be grateful for being in an age where the dirt bike helmets and safety gears are not for business only, but are also packed with features that provide much more comfortable riding experience.Read More
September 5, 2016 by Brian
Welcome on my blog!
This is my first blog post on the site.
In this post I would like to share with you the 7 things you should do before ride a motorcycle!
If you are planning to learn how to ride a motorcycle and get a license this post will be very helpful to you!
The process itself is a lot like getting a driver’s license. But as I remember I had my father with me in the car while I gained enough experience and routine to go alone.
In the case of motorcycling most of the people do not have any relative or friend at first who can teach them. With that in my mind I tried to collect the steps below.
1. You have to take a class: lot of people would tell you that if you can ride a dirt bike you will be okay on a motorcycle. It is not true. Like also what lot of people also tell you: just buy a motorbike and start to teach yourself by watching youtube videos. Also a really bad „advice”. Your best chance of getting real practice, make some friends and not getting killed is to take a class offered by a motorcycle foundation around your neighbourhood.
2. Buy a cheaper motobike at first: in the first 6 months while you try to gain some experience and routine your cycle probably will have a hard time… Even if it survives it is almost sure that you would not keep your first bike. As you will be much more confident you will want to get a better cycle than your first one. So why start with an expensive one?
3. Buy a good safety gear: safety gear is incredibly important = it can save your life. Contrary to your first cheaper motorbike your safety gear should be the best what you can afford.
4. Buy insurance: It is an obvious one look after online you will be found the cheapest one!
5. Get your license: It is the must needed part! 🙂
6. Register your motorbike
7. Take care!Read More