No, no. We don’t want to know if you wear one. Rather, Easton-Bell Sports, makers of Bell and Giro helmets, is looking for input on what features consumers value most in their helmet choices.
We are very interested in how our customers view helmets. We are looking into how we can make them more comfortable to commuters, to individuals with longer hair, and we are looking into natural/green/sustainable ideas or solutions for helmets. What does this look like to a biking community? How can we facilitate to different wants and needs in a helmet? These are some of the basic questions we are asking.
Each person who fills out the survey here is entered to win $250 worth of Bell or Giro gear.Tweet Print