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An Australian motorcyclist has installed a new safety device on a bike to prevent it from injuring a rider when it strikes a tree.
The helmet, made by Rand, has been installed by Peter Nelms, of Port Hedland, in Western Australia, after the death of cyclist Tom Bannister.
Mr Nelmes said he hoped the helmet would be adopted in the United States.
“The helmet has proven to be very effective and very effective for me,” Mr Nelums said.
“I’m going to use the helmet on every ride.”
Mr Nelsums, who is also a motorcycle racer, said he was inspired by a crash on a motorcycle on New Year’s Eve in Sydney.
“In that incident, I rode a motorcyclists bike and it hit the tree and then I hit the ground,” he said.
He said the helmet helped him avoid serious injuries.
“This helmet has saved my life, and it’s made it very difficult for a rider to hit a tree or another person,” Mr Welms said.
Mr Bannisters death was ruled a tragic accident.
The motorcycle crash happened on January 29, 2017.
The Australian Federal Police said Mr Bannists death was due to blunt force trauma to the head and neck.
“The impact of the impact with the tree caused a large amount of internal bleeding, which resulted in death,” a statement said.
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