Helmet should lay flat on head, and when fitted properly and should not move – follow the “2 V 1” rule (See diagram) - Take two (2) fingers and place them above the eyebrow. The helmet should lay flat against the participant’s forehead, with limited skin showing. - Take two fingers; make a "V" shape. Place the two V’s around your ears. These fingers represent the straps that lay flat around the ear. - Have youth do up the clasp. Take one finger, and place it between the chin, and the strap - that is all the space that should be allowed. ** Once fitted properly, the helmet should not move more than one (1) inch in any direction
Helmet has an APPROVED sticker from a designated testing agency listed in the Highway Traffic Act. (CSA, CPSC, ANSI, BSI, ASTM, SAA)
The helmet is an actual Bicycle Helmet (should be listed on the sticker inside the helmet)
Helmet should be in good condition. When checking the helmet, make sure there are no dents to the outer shell, and make sure the foam in the interior is intact.
Helmet is under 5 years of age (the sticker in the inside of the helmet will have the date of manufacturing)