Kid helmet for moped

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Children's helmet Moped

Safety always comes first, especially when it comes to our loved ones. As parents, we understand better than anyone the anxiety that comes with seeing your child on a moped. That mix of pride and fear when they first sit on the back, the vulnerability you feel as they cling to you, these are moments that make our hearts skip a beat. But in those moments of worry, there is also the reassurance that we are doing everything we can to protect them. That is why using a moped child helmet is not only essential, it is an expression of our deepest love and concern for their well-being. Fortunately, there are now children's helmets specially designed for mopeds and scooters, which not only meet all safety standards, but are also comfortable and stylish. With these helmets, we can enjoy the moped and scooter experience with peace of mind, knowing that our children are well protected.

Step-by-step plan for choosing the right moped helmet size




Determine head size: Use a flexible tape measure to measure the circumference of your child's head. Place the tape just above the eyebrows and make sure that it runs completely around the widest part of the head. Note the size in centimetres.


Filter by size: Use the measured head size to select from the available sizes for helmets. These sizes can be found in the left-hand column on the page for children's helmets.


Choose the right size: Choose the helmet size that most closely matches your child's measured head circumference. A helmet should fit snugly without being too tight so that it offers both optimum protection and comfort when riding a motorbike.



Head circumference (cm)


47 - 48


49 - 50


51 - 52


53 - 54

Everything you need to know about our special 'moped' children's helmet

Our helmet is made of robust polycarbonate for maximum protection and durability. The design of the helmet is so lightweight that wearing it is comfortable and easy for any child. An integrated visor protects against wind, insects and dirt and ensures a clear view.The helmet's inner lining is washable and ensures a hygienic and fresh helmet experience, while the anti-allergic lining provides additional comfort

What you should look out for when buying a "moped" children's helmet

When choosing the perfect children's moped helmet, two things are crucial: size and safety. For a carefree ride, it is important that the helmet fits correctly and sits securely on the head. When trying on the helmet, make sure that it feels comfortable and secure and that the chin strap is properly fastened, i.e. neither too tight nor too loose.

In addition to a perfect fit, our children's helmets offer added safety thanks to their durable materials and advanced design. From robust polycarbonate to integrated safety features, our helmets are designed to maximise protection so your child can hit the road with confidence and peace of mind.

Safe children's helmets: Our children's helmets fulfil the strictest standards

Safety is our top priority. That's why all our moped helmets for children are manufactured to the strictest standards and fulfil all the necessary tests and certifications. You can rely on our helmets bearing both the CE and ECE marks. The CE mark confirms that the helmets comply with European safety standards, while the ECE mark indicates that they specifically fulfil the prescribed standards for motorbike helmets. This double certification guarantees additional protection for your child.

Manufactured according to strict standards
- CE and ECE approved with corresponding quality seals
- Complies with European and Dutch safety standards

Frequently asked questions

What is the most important thing when choosing a moped helmet for children?
The most important thing is that the helmet fits correctly and complies with safety standards.

Do children's helmets for mopeds have to be stamped?

Yes, it is strongly recommended that children's helmets for mopeds are CE and ECE approved so that they comply with European safety standards.

How do I measure my child's head circumference for a helmet?
Use a flexible tape measure and place it just above the eyebrows. Make sure that the tape measure goes around the widest part of the head. Then read off the size in centimetres.

How do I know if the helmet fits my child properly?
The helmet should sit firmly on the head without being too tight or too loose. The chin strap should be properly fastened.

Do children's helmets have additional sun protection?
Yes, all our children's helmets have an integrated sun visor that provides additional sun protection.

Can the children's helmets be adjusted to my child's growth?
All our helmets have adjustable chin straps or removable inner shells so that they can grow with your child.

How often should a child's helmet be replaced?
It is recommended to replace a helmet every five years or sooner if it has been damaged in an accident.