Cycle helmets are designed to reduce the probability and severity of skull fractures and traumatic brain injuries as a result from deceleration of the head.
But is your helmet protecting any better than 20 years ago?
Introducing the Koroyd Helmet Safety Initiative - a drive to reduce the risk and severity of severe head injuries in case of accidents, through voluntary lower limits in Peak G and HIC - major metrics which are correlated with the risk of suffering skull fractures and severe traumatic brain injuries.
So how much deceleration can your skull or brain really take?
Helmets that comply with the voluntary lower limits that the Koroyd Helmet Safety Initiative sets out, are expected to significantly reduce injury severity for severe head injuries and most of all save many lives.
At Koroyd, we have the technology to support manufacturers to achieve this.