Riding an ebike offers great possibilities for transport and exploration. That sometimes means riding on shared paths, either with cars, pedestrians, or other cyclists. Since ebikes don’t usually have a rearview mirror, riding with a helmet or eyeglass mirror can be great for improving safety. Unlike mirrors that mount on your handlebars, helmet and eyeglass mirrors do not vibrate, and they rotate with your head. These mirrors will help you be more aware of your surroundings, leading to a safer and more fun ebike ride.
Conveniently Peek Behind You
This lightweight and discrete helmet mirror from Bike Peddler offers excellent adjustability. Available in two sizes and designed to mount to either your glasses or your helmet, you can ensure proper fit and placement of the mirror in exactly the right place. Three pivot points offer a wide range of adjustability, while a three-point attachment system ensures that this helmet mirror will stay mounted vibration-free. Focus more on a safe and fun ride and worry less about adjusting your mirror thanks to this eyeglass mirror.
Get The Picture With A Large Viewing Area
Thanks to a large mirror and well-thought-out attachment system on this mirror from EVT Safe Zone, this is both secure and functional. Measuring 2.5 inches, the mirror has a very large relative field of view, which gives an excellent peripheral of any passing cars or obstacles. The mirror mounts to the helmet in two places via a long, sturdy bracket, which ensures a steady fit with no vibration. Attached to this bracket is a flexible arm, so you can position the mirror to the slightest degree in order to perfectly adjust your field of view.
Portability Will Make Your Love This Mirror
This simple bicycle mirror from Third Eye attaches to your helmet or your glasses and offers great adjustability for safety on your ebike ride. A three-pronged arm offers great flexibility in mounting to sunglasses or the side of your helmet. Adjustability comes thanks to a unique ball-and-socket design, which doesn’t shake or vibrate when you ride, so you can have a better view of what’s behind you.