One of the few issues with bike-shares is that users very rarely use helmets. No one wants to carry a helmet around all day, and rental helmets can be unsanitary or ill-fitting. Yet in busy cities, crashes do occur, and wearing a helmet can reduce the chance of injury or death by 85%. So, how can you make bike-shares a safer and less stressful experience?
As big as a banana, it becomes a helmet when pulled.
Protect the environment: use degradable and environmentally friendly materials
The surface is coated with a rainproof layer, which can be used for more than 3 hours in the rain.
The shape of the honeycomb protects the head against the outside world.