Buy Bicycle Helmets in Australia because a baby safety helmet is the ultimate head guard for babies and kids who are learning cycling.
Seriously Fun Lids for Kids!
Youth bike helmets are typically suitable for kids from the age of 3 to 8 years and are considered to effectively be small adult helmets in vibrant colours and fun designs.
FOR AGES: 3 – 8 YEARS
Combining style and safety, our kid's BMX, skate and bike helmets come in a range of fun designs while protecting your child's head!
Kids BMX bike helmets also referred to as skate helmets or scooter helmets are extremely similar to traditional adult BMX bike helmets. Kids BMX helmets offer funny designs and more colour options while often featuring lighter, more durable materials. Many skate helmets feature front visors to add protection for your children when they're out riding in the sun for extended periods.
FOR AGES: 3 – 8+ YEARS
Children’s helmets to keep little heads safe
Skid lid, brain bucket, stack hat – no matter what you call them, helmets are a must-have when kids are learning to ride.
When your children are learning to ride they will inevitably be required to navigate a range of different terrain and more often than not, this includes concrete and footpaths.
Heads and concrete do not mix
If you’ve ever had or have tended to a head injury, you know they’re not much fun, particularly when they can be avoided. Making sure your kids have a boys bike helmet or girls bike helmet they love will help ensure their head is safe and protected as they learn to ride.
Our kids’ cycle helmets are bright, fun and come in a range of great patterns and styles to suit even the fussiest little one. We stock a wide range of brands from Hornit kids helmets to Dry Erase graffiti helmets and a great range of licensed helmets (Batman, Barbie, Bluey, Frozen, Lol Dolls, Minnie Mouse, PJ Masks, Paw Patrol, Thomas the Tank Engine, Spiderman and Tinkerbell )
How to measure for a children’s bike helmet
If you’re not sure what size children’s helmet your little one needs, never fear – measuring for a helmet is very easy and only takes a few minutes.
Use a soft tape measure (like a dressmaker measuring tape) and measure the circumference of your child’s head (do this around the eyebrows as this is typically the thickest part of their head). All our helmets come in a centimetre range so you will be sure to find a kids helmet that will suit your child’s size.