SEO BMX Helmets

LUXBMX pride ourselves on stocking the best BMX Helmets.  We only carry Certified Helmets, that are built with BMX riding in mind, and offer the correct Helmet Safety Standards needed for everyday BMX use.  We take Helmet Safety very seriously, so please be sure to check our BMX Helmet collection in it's entirety.  As riders ourselves, we've picked the Helmets that we trust.

All helmets in this section meet AS/NZS 2063:2008 road safety standards for bicycle use.

There are several types of BMX helmets available, including full-face BMX helmets, which provide the most protection for the face and chin; open-face BMX helmets, which offer less protection but are more breathable; and full-cut helmets, which are a hybrid of the full-face and open-face styles. Some BMX helmets are specifically designed for racing (full face), while others are more suited for freestyle riding. It is important to choose a helmet that meets safety standards and is appropriate for the type of riding you will be doing.

Wearing a helmet when riding a BMX bike is important for several reasons:

Protection from head injuries: BMX riding involves performing tricks and stunts that can be dangerous, and a helmet can protect your head from serious injury in the event of a fall or collision.

Compliance with safety regulations: Many BMX parks and competitions require riders to wear helmets for safety reasons. Failure to wear a helmet could result in being denied entry or disqualified from the event.

Legal requirements: Most countries have laws that require riders to wear helmets while riding a BMX bike.

Setting an example: Wearing a helmet while riding sets a good example for others, especially children, to follow in terms of safety.

Comfort and convenience: Many helmets are designed to be lightweight and comfortable to wear, making them easy to use.

Overall, wearing a helmet is an important safety measure that can help to protect your head from injury while riding a BMX bike. It also helps you to comply with safety regulations, legal requirements and sets a good example for others to follow. 

Need a little more info on the right BMX helmet for you? Try reading our BMX helmet Buyers Guide here.