Endura MT500JR – Danny MacAskill’s Best Selling Helmet, For Kids!

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There’s now a junior version of Danny MacAskill’s best-selling helmet, the MT500JR.

Endura present some amazing riding snippets of their Little Nippers nailing jumps and showing off their skills, kitted out in the latest helmet release for younger MTB riders, the Endura MT500 JR Youth Helmet.

Little Rippers more like!

Little Nippers form part of Endura’s Ground Division grassroots programme that sees riders near you kitted out in the best clothing and accessories money can buy. 

A blank canvas…

To ensure that taking risks has never been safer for their young talent, Endura introduces the MT500JR Youth Helmet – the junior version of the award winning MT500 worn by Danny MacAskill.

Free straws

This high performance mountain bike helmet exceeds current safety standards, without any weight penalty thanks to the full Koroyd® core which provides advanced, ultralight, breathable protection. The nature of the Koroyd® structure consisting of welded tubes results in increased airflow, further aided by the helmet’s construction with large vents including a top “air intake” zone.

He looks like he wants to modify it

The nature of the Koroyd® honeycomb structure consisting of angled tubes results in increased airflow, further aided by the helmet’s construction with large vents including a top “air intake” zone. The one-hand micro-adjustment fit system is super easy to operate and guarantees a secure fit without any wobbling, while the lush, fast- wicking, antibacterial padding adds comfort. A spare set of padding is included.

THERE’S STICKERS! Thank goodness

Most importantly, this helmet comes with a colourful sticker set for unique customisation. We’re a bit upset the adult one doesn’t come with stickers…

Amanda Wishart

Singletrack Art Director

When Amanda arrived at Singletrack she had only been riding for a couple of years, but having already ticked off a healthy list of uplifts and races including Megavalanche, we didn’t see any problems with her keeping up. Previously serving 11 years in a publishing house, she was keen to continue her art and design career without being tied to a desk, and has progressed as both a rider and a designer from all the fresh air Calderdale offers.

She began mountain biking to keep herself occupied out of snowboard season, but bikes have since taken over as the preferred sport. It’s not a hobby - it’s a lifestyle, and the impact riding has had on Amanda’s life is more than just how she chooses to spend her weekends. Relocating to Calderdale, giving up driving, being more economically aware are all either directly or loosely related to the sport and the future of it.

Her love of bikes isn’t for the adrenalin rush, the exercise, achieving goals or even the travelling, it’s mostly about the people she meets along the way. She’s our in-house tree hugger and is interested in any earth positive products and vegan trail snacks.

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