In order to protect themselves from the often blinding rays of the sun when riding a motorbike, bikers should rather be on flexible sun visors To fall back on. This was recently announced by the Institute for Bicycle Safety, ifz for short. The sun visors are also called sun visors and are integrated separately in the motor helmets. This gives them some advantages over sunglasses as protection from the sun's rays when driving. So they are flexible in use, if the sun is unfavorable and dazzles the biker, he can fold down the visor with a lever on the side of the helmet and keep a clear view.
Sun visor or sunglasses?
On the other hand, sunglasses that are worn under the protective helmet cannot be easily removed when driving. In situations where it suddenly gets darker again on the route, this can become dangerous, for example in a tunnel or in a shady section of forest. With fixed visors that have a complete tint, this can be folded up, but then the entire protection is lost for this time. That's not ideal either. On the other hand, it is somewhat better for visors with a tint gradient from dark at the top to light at the bottom.
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