CTC issues new briefings on cycle helmets
CTC, the UK's largest national cycling organisation, has issued two briefing docu
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National Radio considers the Australian helmet laws
"The law here is that cyclists must wear helmets, but in Europe it is not mandato
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The Bicycle Helmet Research Foundation's own comprehensive summary of the current state of knowledge about cycle helmets and the issues that surround them. This overview is updated from time to time to keep it current.
This report has been widely criticised for considering only one type of evidence on helmet effectiveness, its lack of balance, and the omission of so much that is crucially relevant.
A review of 7 studies, 4 of which are by the authors themselves. This review has attracted a great deal of criticism for its limited scope and perceived bias.
The CTC's view about cycle helmets with key facts and arguments. 2012
CTC's case, with references, why helmets should not be made compulsory or promoted. 2012
A comprehensive review of the benefits of cycling for children by the National Children's Bureau, which includes a substantial annex examining the debate about cycle helmets.
An investigation of cycle helmet research, revised to June 2000.
Despite attempts to manipulate the results, one of the largest reviews of the evidence has not been able to find any reliable evidence that helmets have benefited cyclists.