High-res Cyclists who use bikesharing programs are much less likely to wear helmets than people who ride their own bikes. A team of designers in London has come up with a solution: Temporary helmets you can throw away. But are they really safer?
 
Innovative? Or just ridiculous?

Cyclists who use bikesharing programs are much less likely to wear helmets than people who ride their own bikes. A team of designers in London has come up with a solution: Temporary helmets you can throw away. But are they really safer?

 

Innovative? Or just ridiculous?


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    Is it really eco-healthy to have helmets you throw away????
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    Love it!
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