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Guides for Cycle helmets: the evidence. Show all guides

20 March 2012 - 4:39pm
How to look stylish when cycling to work
a male and female cycle commuting in normal clothing
It's all very well having the day-glo gear and helmet, but you're not Mark Cavendish - so how do you look 'normal' whilst cycling to work?
4 June 2010 - 11:00pm
The case against compulsory helmets
Unhelmeted cycling is the norm in the Netherlands, even for children
Surely helmets must be a good idea? That's the first reaction from most people when they hear CTC's policy against compulsory helmet use. So what's the case for CTC's position?
14 June 2005 - 9:43am
British Medical Association (BMA) and helmets
The BMA supports helmet laws despite their clear threat to public health
In 2004, the British Medical Association changed its stance on cycle helmets, calling for people of all ages to be banned from cycling unless wearing a helmet. The BMA had previously encouraged voluntary helmet use but had opposed compulsion. CTC immediately contested the BMA's policy change.

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