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There are a number of important things to consider when purchasing a bicycle helmet. This video provides an overview and more information about riding is available at https://www.racv.com.au/on-the-road/bike-riding/cycling.html.
To start, your helmet must be certified to meet Australian Standards.
Ensure you choose the right size. It should sit level on your head – snug but not too tight. Measure one or two finger spaces above eyebrows. Straps should form a ‘Y’ and join under your ears, sitting flat against your head.
A retention system will improve both the fit and comfort. Consider an in-mold helmet, which has the plastic and shock-absorbing foam created in one piece. They’re more durable than helmets made in two parts.
Look for MIPS technology too – it moves slightly and reduces the force of an impact. And pick a helmet with bright, contrasting colours and reflective strips.
If you crash and your helmet hits the ground you must replace it, whether you can see damage or not.
For more information about road safety and road rules see https://www.racv.com.au/on-the-road/bike-riding/cycling.html.