The Invisible Answer to Bike Helmet Hair

Developed by industrial designers Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin, the Hovding is an "invisible bicycle helmet" that may be the key to unlocking anxiety over mandatory helmet laws.

We don't want to ruin the surprise by describing exactly what the Hövding looks like, but suffice it to say it is a real device for protecting a cyclist's head from the impact of a crash. At €399 a pop, you may not soon find them along every cycle track in the world. But then again, you probably wouldn't know it if you saw it either.

Full Story: The Invisible Bike Helmet That You'll Have To (Not) See To Believe

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Cool idea and impressive

Cool idea and impressive engineering, but at that price, I don't think this is an answer to mandatory helmet laws.

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