This is Kate - new team member


by Kate Thomas November 21, 2018

 

 

I’m no cycling expert, I like to ride my bike and I’ve always worn a helmet…does that qualify me to be the right person sitting in prime position at Hedkayse HQ? Probably not! But on the brink of revolutionising the world of sports helmets and with such a wealth of knowledge in one room Hedkayse are about set the world on fire, and I am now part of that journey.

 


In 48 hours those lightbulb moments have come thick and fast!! But the brightest has to be realising that even though I made my boys wear a bike helmet from the first day they sat on the saddle, and I bought a new helmet each time they grew (which lets be honest hasn’t been too often!) I have never even considered that each time they dropped their helmet it stopped being efficient at the one job it has to do…protect my boy's heads!

I’ve watched the Hedkayse One being driven over, dropped from a cliff and still passing industry safety standards…it’s a complete no-brainer! Buy right, buy once and “Outlast your journey”!

 



Other equally memorable but maybe not so revolutionary moments include; Iain's pink short and floral KD’s (his shoes) combo and Georges excitement when he arrived with the coffee machine and organic coffee pod selection!

 

 




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