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Kiddimoto Helmet Evel Knieval Medium

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The Official Evel Knievel Helmet brings style and safety together and is multifunctional. Not only can you use these on your Kiddimoto wooden ride on but you can use them for cycling, skating, anything. The vents in the helmet keep you cool whilst you’re whizzing along and the extra pads give a comfortable personal fit to you head.

Evel Knievel was an American daredevil and entertainer. He started doing jumps with his pushbike, before moving on to motorbikes. Between 1965 and 1980 he attempted over 75 ramp-to-ramp motorcycle jumps and even tried jumping a canyon using a steam powered rocket. He became a celebrity, recognisable for his use of a stars-and-stripes red, white and blue "#1" set of motorcycle leathers and cape.

To determine size measure around the circumference of your child's head, 3cm above the eyebrow.

Dimensions: 53-58cm (medium)

Age: General Guide Only - 4/5 to Teenage Years

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $75.00

Special Price $60.00

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Kiddimoto is a family balance bike business based in the UK. Kiddimoto design, develop and test very high quality wooden ride on balance bikes, kids' cycle helmets and kids' bike gloves. These helmets don't just look great but tick all the boxes for safety, meeting AS/NZS 2063:2008 & CE bicycle helmet standards. Suggestion: to measure your child's head, use a measuring tape and measure around the widest point of the head which is about an inch above the eyebrows.

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