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Cycle Helmets £1 instore @ Asda (Kids and Adult sizes.)
Cycle Helmets £1 instore @ Asda (Kids and Adult sizes.)

Cycle Helmets £1 instore @ Asda (Kids and Adult sizes.)

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in the sale aisle instore at my local store (Walton, Liverpool) they have a large cage of Cycle helmets, varying in colour and size, for adults and kids. the cage is marked at £1. almost certainly not going to be the best quality. Nothing to indicate that it is store specific. no image I'm afraid.

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great deal + heat

i never find these deals near my stores well annoying

The last time I went in that particular store I felt I needed one of these on my head!! Some dodgy looking people in there.

heat added for safeties sake:-D

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raefil;7424179

The last time I went in that particular store I felt I needed one of … The last time I went in that particular store I felt I needed one of these on my head!! Some dodgy looking people in there.heat added for safeties sake:-D



It would clash with the rollers and Pyjamas which seems to be the uniform in there.

Excellent. No more excuses from arrogant cyclists who think they don't wear helmets.

They had these in my local asda in Castleford. They were on the shelf for £10 but were reduced to £5. There was silver or red, i bought the silver one and when it scanned at the checkout it was £3....bargain.... they are just as good as the halfords own brand.....They have Junior and adult sizes.....plenty left..

yellowputty;7426173

Excellent. No more excuses from arrogant cyclists who think they don't … Excellent. No more excuses from arrogant cyclists who think they don't wear helmets.



I personally wear a helmet but its pretty ignorant to call cyclist who don't wear them arrogant

please before you buy one check that they meet the correct safety regulations- should be a white stcker inside with a code- BS6863 - British Standard.
If it does not have it then dont go near it, personally i wouldnt risk mine or a childs life with a £1 helmet. OP says not the best quality- really, would you risk your life with "not the best quality" safety equipment.

I'm currently in the process of moving to the Netherlands. Most of the population cycle everyday and virtually none wear helmets
Does anyone really think that little bit of polystyrene is gonna do anything if you get hit by a car. It might stop you getting a nasty graze if you trip over your shoe laces, but thats about it :whistling:

Good bargain though, if you think the inconvenience is worth the chance it might save you.

yes true, but the netherlands have a culture of cycling, most car drivers respect cyclists and the cycle lane network (away from the road) is far superior to the uk over there.

Do you really want to buy a £1 helmet ?

N£IL;7428558

Does anyone really think that little bit of polystyrene is gonna do … Does anyone really think that little bit of polystyrene is gonna do anything if you get hit by a car. It might stop you getting a nasty graze if you trip over your shoe laces, but thats about it :whistling:



Having recently been hit by a car, I'd say yes, it does help.

Alex.

are these strap-on helmets?
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