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After impact, the authentic Specialized Evade helmet on the left held up but the counterfeit on the right crumbled. Specialized says the fakes lack reinforced roll cages — internal skeletons that hold the helmets together even after a crash. Courtesy of Specialized Bicycles hide caption

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Fake Bike Helmets: Cheap But Dangerous

Cheap knock-offs don't provide anywhere near the protection or durability of the products they replace. And most riders won't be able to tell the difference between real and counterfeit helmets.

Grande Cascade René Aubry
Zig Zag René Aubry

Vox photo editor Kainaz Amaria thinks it's time the photojournalism world reckons with what she sees as an industrywide culture of sexual harassment with roots in a glaring gender imbalance. Nick Oza/Courtesy of Kainaz Amaria hide caption

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Photojournalists Are Demanding A #MeToo Reckoning

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Spirit Marathon

A raccoon sitting on the stump of a tree in the Beaches in Toronto. The Toronto Star's Amy Dempsey thinks there's a particularly smart one in her neighborhood. David Cooper/Toronto Star via Getty Images hide caption

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There's No Stopping Toronto's 'Uber-Raccoon'

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Kith and Kin Brontide
What Will
Calendar Project: January Feverkin
Folds Feverkin
Sayonara
Even or Odd Blue Wednesday, Magnus Klausen

After impact, the authentic Specialized Evade helmet on the left held up but the counterfeit on the right crumbled. Specialized says the fakes lack reinforced roll cages — internal skeletons that hold the helmets together even after a crash. Courtesy of Specialized Bicycles hide caption

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Fake Bike Helmets: Cheap But Dangerous

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This year, figure skater Adam Rippon became the first openly gay man to compete for the U.S. in the Winter Olympics. His Olympic journey may be over, but he remains a steadfast representative for the LGBTQ community. Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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Adam Rippon On What It Means To 'Show Every Part Of Who You Are'

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