Cycling - Promoted As A Means Of Transport In London But Are You Safe?

Win one of three high visibility helmets from Proviz and make sure you stay seen

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Check out the range of high viz equipment at  proviz.co.uk


Three lucky members of FulhamSW6.com can win a Proviz neptune or jupiter helmet. Simply email with the answer to editor@fulhamsw6.com with a contact number plus your choice of helmet style by noon on 28th February:

Proviz helmets are named after:

 

a) Flora and Fauna

b) Planets and Moons

c) Towns and Cities


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Statistics released this week show a 3% nationwide increase in the number of cyclists killed or injured as commuters turned to their bikes, despite an overall decrease in all types of road accidents.

Edmund King, president of the AA believes that the growth in cycling has been due to increased fuel prices and drivers turn to pedal power rather than petrol. He said:

"These trends need to be countered and the country's road safety effort has to prepare for better times when more people will drive.”

 
Clearly cyclists need to ensure that they can be seen and when driving or cycling along local roads which is what motivated brothers
Anthony and Rupert Langly-Smith to set up PROVIZ.

Over the past eight years they have both commuted to work by bike in London and noticed many people were improvising with their current cycle accessories in an attempt to become more visible.  So they decided it was time to design their own products. As a result, PROVIZ was born to bring a unique range of products to cyclists at affordable prices.

Three lucky readers can win one of their high viz helmets by registering for our newsletter and then simply answering one simple question before noon on Monday 28th February. 

The winner will have the choice of a Neptune or Jupiter helmet as shown below:

 

 

 

 

Jupiter helmet Neptune helmet

 

      



February 24, 2011