Teaming up with Lumos

Slick Revolution have teamed up with Lumos after meeting up with them at The Cycle Show in Birmingham.

Lumos started with a pair of engineers asking themselves how they could improve their own cycling experience and safety on the road. They loved commuting to work by bike but all too often felt unsafe. They designed a helmet which not only made them more visible to other road users but helped make their intentions more visible. The team at Slick Revolution are of course keen to promote safe eboarding in the same way the Lumos team are for cyclists.

You can check out our safe riding blog here.

Wearing a helmet is the no.1 priority for when you step on to a high powered eboard so if that helmet can make you more visible then that can’t be a bad thing right? Currently Lumos specialise in cycling helmets but are considering moving to skate style helmets so we thought we would jump on board.

A little bit about Lumos’ helmet.

Lumos is the world’s first smart bike helmet that beautifully integrates lights, hard brake, turn signals, and helmet into a single cohesive whole.

  • Features
  • Integrated lights
  • Turn signals
  • Wireless remote
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Safety certified
  • Weatherproof
  • Smartphone app
  • Automatic warning lights


  • SIZE

Single Adult Size. 54cm – 62cm / 21.3 – 24.4in.


Approx. 6 hours on flashing mode and 3 hours on solid mode.


Approx 2h


10 White LEDs


16 Red LEDs


2 x 11 Yellow LEDs


EPU Liner, PC shell


3.7V 800mAh Lithium-Polymer Rechargeable Battery


450g / 0.93lb


Bluetooth (BLE 4.2)

So how exactly are we teaming up?

Lumos have kindly sent us some helmets to test out. Of course they were initially designed for use on bikes and so the indicator function may be a little tricky but the accelerometer to turn on the brake light should work a treat on our eboards. We will have a short teaser trailer released soon and then the full video showing just what Lumos helmets are capable of and their functionality when riding an eboard.

One thought on “Teaming up with Lumos

  1. Lorenzo says:

    Hope they’ll come up with a way of attaching their indicator buttons system to the majority of e-board remotes shapes out there, make them work on it 😉

    Also, make sure every article/update of these has a date of publication in it. Information retrieval is important! (Just wondered when you published this one, so to figure out how much time has passed. This is very useful for us visitors for every article!)

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