Here I’m gonna teach you the Kids Bike Helmet Sizing and Adjustment. You should always wear a helmet when you ride your bike. Your child could’ve got really hurt if she wasn’t wearing her helmet. So sometimes child forget to make sure its helmet is adjusted right. So parents should teach it five easy steps to help their kid finding the adjustment of the helmet for a perfect fit. Parent should also always check their Child’s helmet before their child get on their bike.
5 Easy Steps of Kids Bike Helmet Sizing and Adjustment are …..
Measure your child’s head before you buy the hub.
Position the helmet just right.
Tighten for a snug fit.
Make a beam with the side straps.
Adjust the chin strap and Lotus check the fit regularly.
Now let’s go over these steps in detail.
Measure your child’s head before you buy the hub. (Step 1)
Parents are ultimately responsible for their child’s safety. You can’t get a helmet to fit well if you don’t buy a helmet that’s the right size. So using a soft tape measure the circumference of the child’s head about an inch above their eyebrows or the thickest part of their head. Compare this measurement to the head size range sticker found on the inside of the helmet if you’re buying online. The manufacturer should have their size range listed or just check our website position the helmet just right.
Position the helmet just right. (Step 2)
Remove any thick ponytails or hair clips that may prevent the helmet from sitting flesh on the child’s head. Then place the helmet squarely on top of your child’s head. The helmet should sit about two finger widths above the child’s eyebrows. A helmet that is too low or tilted forward can obstruct a child’s view. While riding a helmet that’s too high or tilted back won’t protect a child’s face or forehead sufficiently. A properly positioned helmet should stick out past the tip of a child’s nose when viewed from the side you can test this by having your child.
Tighten for a snug fit. (Step 3)
Tap their helmet against the wall once the helmet is sitting correctly on the head and before you buckle the helmet tighten the knob on the back of the helmet. Turn the knob until the internal cage is snug but not uncomfortable on your child’s head. If the helmet does not have a dial Jess job it should have some pads that come in various widths to widen or loosen the inside of the helmet. If the pads are missing or did not come with the helmet you will likely need to purchase a new one to check that the helmet is tightened correctly. Your child have shake their head back and forth without it buckles the helmet should stay firmly in place adjusting the sliders.
Make a beam with the side straps (Step 4)
On the side straps is required to get a secure fit but it’s often overlooked. The slider should be adjusted so that the straps come together to form a V at the base of the child’s ear. This helps keep the helmet centered on the child’s head. A poorly adjusted slider can cause the helmet to slip forward or back on a child’s head while they’re wearing it. While some sliders lock into place most are easily able to slide up and down the side strap as a result. It’s important to check the position of those sliders regularly. There are a few newer helmets that don’t have these sliders.
Adjust the chin strap and Lotus check the fit regularly (Step 5)
If your side straps are sewn together like this. Just don’t worry about this step. Adjust the chinstrap with the sliders in place. The length of the chinstrap can now be adjusted. The chinstrap should be loose enough under the chin to allow the child to buckle it. but tight enough that you can fit just one finger between the chin and strap another way to test this. the strap becomes tight when a mouth is fully open check the fit regularly if at all possible.
In a word, you should check the fit of your child’s helmet every time. Adjusting your child’s helmet regularly is just as important as making sure your child is wearing one helmets quickly and easily come out of adjustment. Yeah roll whether your child is walking their balance bike riding in a trailer or cruising around on their scooter or bike. Please make sure they are always wearing a helmet.