Fit it. Buy the right size, and adjust it properly.
Wear it. It’s not a magic talisman that will protect you when hanging from your handlebars.
Replace it. After about six years or after any major hit.
Whether they be destined for kids or lightweight racing, all helmets are subject to the same certification standards. Before you purchase or use any helmet, ensure it has a certification sticker from the CSA, EN, ASTM, CPSC or Snell B90/B95.
Everyone must wear a helmet to ride in the event.
Cycling clothing does not differ radically from other outdoor clothing. The concept of layering cycling clothing to wick sweat, insulate, and protect you from the elements still applies. Wearing layers also makes it easy to remove and add items to regulate your temperature while cycling. Technical synthetic fibers – lightweight polyesters, nylons, and stretch fabrics – move with you and dry quickly.