Motorcycle helmets are an important tool to protect the lives of riders.
But the effect of force is mutual, and more often it is like a torture device from the Middle Ages.
No one would have thought that before choosing to become a prodigal, one would need to put on such a cold weapon.
Therefore, not everyone can be the prodigal son, and the prodigal son may just want to remove the shackles when he looks back.
The helmet cannot be large, loose, or easily removed.
Generally speaking, a suitable helmet must achieve the ultimate fit, in other words, as tight as possible.
Therefore, how to embed the head in the "appropriate" helmet has become a predicament that some drivers must enter.
"Whether it is imprisonment or refuge is no less than a brain in a tank. It is a difficult problem that even Descartes can't prove."
Tanner Torbert of the Mongolian Motorcycle Club from California is described as one of the most dangerous and violent bosses in the local area.
He has always been known as a tough guy, but finally he can no longer withstand such oppression.
Tanner Torbert recorded the entire process of putting on and unloading his helmet.
He said that the motorcycle helmet constantly reminded him of his childhood, "Like a stepmother's high heels, it looks beautiful and inclusive, but it doesn't want me to feel better."
He spent 3 points, divided into three fierce men and plunged into the helmet, as long as there is perseverance, Hulk's head can be inserted.
However, taking off the helmet is a complete technical job, which not only needs to be done in one go, but also to ensure that the five senses will not be taken away.
"That's why you can't often see us take it off. The beauties in the movie are all fake taking off their helmets. No real driver will be handsome and free when taking off this thing."
"I hate putting it on and taking it off, so I often take it to sleep."
Imaginary helmet removal
The real prodigal does not take off his helmet
In the PNW Riders forum, netizen Shinta bluntly spoke about the helmet's trouble for him.
Face with helmet on? (He wears a helmet and gets fattened face)
Many netizens commented below the post that they also have the same troubles.
"It will make you look like a Russian ninja or a Russian fighter pilot."
"When I looked in the mirror, I mistakenly thought I was hiding a fat butt in the helmet."
I think I look sexy with smooth cheeks
Don’t you know that the look of chipmunks is very popular this season?
Although the helmet does not have sharp contact points, a too tight helmet can also send the rider to the hospital.
Between 2000 and 2002, a study conducted by the Los Angeles Headache Association on police officers wearing helmets on daily patrols showed that 82 police officers had been to the neurology department of military hospitals for headaches.
After the diagnosis, it was learned that most of them had worn helmets for a long time.
Studies have found that patients will experience headache symptoms within one hour of wearing the helmet, but the unique feature of this headache is that once the helmet is removed, the pain will resolve itself.
Experiments also show that if you continue to wear a helmet, it will cause pulsating headaches, and show photophobia and nausea.
In order to choose a suitable and comfortable helmet, on the Adventure Rider website, the netizen S21FOLGORE carefully throws out his life experience.
The first sentence shocked me.
Know the size and shape of your head (not just "round, medium, oblong...")
"Knowing yourself and the enemy, a hundred battles are not dead. Knowing yourself and the enemy, winning without arrogance, and defeat without discouragement. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle."
——Sun Tzu (544-496), "The Art of War by Sun Tzu"
It can be described as an epic-level nanny teaching, using cartoon characters, presenting facts, explaining arguments, drawing inferences from one another, and integrating them.
From head shape and style to crown cushion thickness and accessory blessing, there is everything.
A recent report from the Transport Research Laboratory in the United Kingdom stated that 25% of motorcyclists wear helmets of the wrong size.
More than half of people wear helmets that are too large, and in the event of an accident, 20% of helmets almost fall off.
Guy Stanford, a helmet expert at the New South Wales Motorcycle Commission, said he was not surprised by the discovery.
He said: "In Australia, about 11% of helmets fall off in an accident."
2002-2018 Motorcycle helmet use and life saving total lives saved: 25,567
For drivers, choosing the right helmet is a difficult task.
But I just want to say that being a prodigal is really hard.