The helmet industry has seen a massive surge in sales since the first major European helmet-to-helmet agreement was signed in April.
The agreement between BMW AG and a consortium of national helmet manufacturers and the German Federal Office for Protection of the Constitution, or BfV, was signed with the aim of creating an industry standard that would help combat helmet-related injuries and deaths.
It has since been adopted by several European countries and will come into force in July 2018.
The deal is expected to help protect helmet-equipped cyclists and cyclists who wear helmets from head injuries and also prevent deaths from head and neck injuries.
The BMW Group of companies has now sold over 7 million helmets across Europe.
Since the first helmet-for-helm deal, it has shipped over 10 million helmets and delivered the first helmets to customers in Italy, Spain and France.
As a result of the helmet sales, BMW has made €1.6 billion in profit since the agreement took effect.
“In the past year we’ve been selling over 7.5 million helmets in the EU.
It’s a big leap,” said Michael Schulz, BMW Group’s chief financial officer.
“Helmets have been one of the main factors in helping the market recover from the Great Recession.”
Helmies in Germany are being sold to individuals at a discount and are available in many markets in the country.
In Germany, helmet prices are also lower than in other EU countries.
However, there is a price premium for helmets, as helmet sales in the Netherlands and Italy have been declining.
According to Bfv, the number of helmet sales increased by 17.4 percent in the first half of 2018, while helmet sales were down by 8.5 percent in France.
In the UK, helmets are still sold at a premium.
The company said in a statement that the helmet industry is on the right track and that helmet sales are on the rise.
It is the first time that helmet prices in the UK have fallen, and Bfva has noted that the UK helmet market is still growing.
Bfva’s head of global helmet sales told Bloomberg that sales are up in Germany because of the agreement, while in France helmet prices have fallen.
“The helmet industry as a whole is doing very well, and helmet prices remain low,” said Stefanie Heuer.
“So we expect to see a recovery of helmet prices.
We expect the market to remain robust.”
According to Heuer, helmet sales will be strong across the continent in the coming months.
In Europe, helmet-wearing is increasing at a faster rate than in the US, where the market for helmets is growing faster than the US market.
Helmet sales in Austria have risen by 12 percent in two years, while sales in Germany have increased by 7 percent in just two years.
The market for helmet-mounted bicycles has also grown significantly in the past two years in Germany.
The German company expects to see growth in bicycle sales in 2018 and 2019.
Helmings in the European Union are a popular option for many people.
According in a recent report by the International Cyclists’ Federation, the European helmet market has grown from €1,039 million in 2013 to €1 trillion in 2018.
The helmet sales numbers for 2018 are already showing a strong recovery from the previous year.
The number of helmets sold increased by 16.9 percent in June 2018 compared to June 2017.
In July 2018, helmet orders increased by 19.7 percent compared to July 2017.
This means that the total number of Helmets sold increased more than 30 percent year on year in the second half of 2017.