In an astounding piece of research that has rocked the collective conciousness of the world’s smartest thinkers, Dr. Laligam N. Sekhar has seemingly read a helmet safety leaflet. Dr Sekhar, “a world-renowned neurosurgeon from the premier Washington practice, Mid-Atlantic Brain and Spine Institutes”, has put together ten safety tips to help people protect themselves in case of a biking accident.
The tips include; “Put on the helmet correctly, ensuring it’s correctly positioned on your head.” and the equally groundbreaking “Use the straps across the chin to secure the helmet.”
These tips might seem a little below the taxing level of thought normally assosciated with neurosurgery, but we reckon hats / helmets off to him for getting the facts out there with a very pro helmet message. After all people in America are far more likely to listen to surgeons and therapists than they are to cyclists.
As soon as we recieve the draft papers, we will also be bringing you safety tips for comfortable saddle use from the “Quite Near the North Sea Elbow and Arse institute”.