Helmet Lock

Lock your lid to your bike

BikeRadar score 2.5/5

There was some bemusement when this product arrived at the BikeRadar office, with not everybody convinced of the need for a helmet lock.

But a quick look over the bike racks at Bath Spa station shows there are a lot of cyclists who lock their helmets to their bikes, so maybe there’s a case for this.

It’s a simple design: a vinyl-covered wire cable looped through a zinc-plated steel bolt. To use it, push the loop up through a vent in your helmet (small enough that the bolt can’t be manoeuvred through), then your bike lock goes through the loop, and the bolt stops the helmet being removed.

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