The popular kids helmet accompanies children on their first attempts at riding - whether on a balance bike, a tricycle or their first own bike. The deep fit and visor-like front edge offers additional protection for a child's head. The helmet can be easily adjusted to the circumference of the head via the height-adjustable adjustment system - both in width and height at the back of the head. Another advantage of the height-adjustable adjustment system is for children with long hair, as this can make room for a ponytail. This stops the adjustment wheel from pressing annoyingly on a ponytail. The helmet is also made more comfortable to wear by a thick chin pad.
With 16 different themes, it’ll be hard to choose which Smiley 3.0 should be part of your family. The shiny helmets are available with child-friendly patterns as well as in solid colours. With so much to choose from, every boy and girl will find a head guard they love to wear.
In-Mould for a permanent bond between the outer shell and the shock-absorbing helmet material (EPS)
The helmet extends into the temple and neck area for better all-round protection
Height-adjustable adjustment system with ponytail compatibility for riders with longer hair
Zoom Ace Kids - height-adjustable adjustment system with non-slip adjustment wheel at the back of the head
The size is adjusted via a ring made of robust and flexible plastic for optimum stability and adaptability
Excellent ventilation with 4 air inlets and 4 air outlets
Removable and washable padding provide maximum comfort for the wearer
Integrated fly net
Passive safety thanks to reflectors
Though we’re a bike shop that sells, builds and fixes bicycles, they’re really just the means to an end; albeit a beautifully designed means to an idyllic end. Our job most importantly is to encourage as many people as we can to get out and ride for transport and enjoyment. We'd love to make riding a bike as commonplace as your morning cup of coffee, which by the way is our other obsession.
Bicycle Junction is situated at 1 Marion St, Te Aro, Wellington.