Tony Hawk Signature Silver Series Helmet Fails Our Safety Test | Consumer Reports

Tony Hawk Signature Silver Series Helmet Fails Our Safety Test | Consumer Reports 1

The Tony Hawk Silver Signature Series helmet failed one of our tests during evaluations designed to assess how well a bike helmet would remain in place to protect a rider during a crash.

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10 Comments on "Tony Hawk Signature Silver Series Helmet Fails Our Safety Test | Consumer Reports"

  1. Hilarious

  2. Brad Weinberger | June 28, 2022 at 3:06 PM | Reply

    Video could have been twice as long and you could have gone over your test rig a bit.

  3. Since many people are obese, how about car safety tests that reflect how safety belts often slide up to the neck. That seems like a design flaw…

  4. How hard was that thing pulling on the strap? Looked like overkill

  5. Alexa Belichick | June 28, 2022 at 3:28 PM | Reply

    I don’t even ride – but truly appreciate what you guys do 🥳👌🏽

  6. Sylvain Michaud | June 28, 2022 at 3:35 PM | Reply

    Sure ! Throw away the whole helmet because the strap buckle isn’t good enough.
    Don’t provide people with a easy cheap replacement solution or advise them to wait for a potential recall.
    Don’t teach people how to consume wisely and have a logical approach to safety.
    Don’t tell them to pressure their safety standard agency to force the manufacturer to make that recall
    Keep them dumb and scare them.
    Way to go CR !
    WTF has CR become in this past few year ?

  7. How bout showing more of the test so we could make a better decision

  8. Yeah, how many pounds of pressure did it take to break that? I can’t think of a situation where extreme force like that would be applied to that strap. Plausible maybe. But probable?

  9. How many samples failed and at what load?

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