Themes. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 16:54:08 PM
Able to change from open face to full face in a matter of seconds, the modular Fly Tourist helmet is a highly versatile choice for both city and touring riders. The huge field of vision stays the same regardless of the configuration you choose as does the venting thanks to the built-in forehead air vents. Inside the Tourist features a removable Coolmax liner and special spacing intended for Bluetooth style communication speakers.
A HJC modular helmet that’s hard to fault, the CL-Max II Atomic brings together good value with an easy to use flip-up chin bar. Actuated by a single button, the bar is simple and natural feeling to open and close. Venting is basic yet effective and though using the more conventional polycarbonate composite shell material, the CL-Max II isn’t noticeably heavier than any of its much more expensive competitors.
Even though it may be the little brother to the Star, the Bell Vortex Flying Tiger is the farthest thing from being a push over in the family line. With some of the exact same features as the Star, such as Velocity Flow Ventilation™ with FlowAdjust™ and the ClickRelease face shield, the Vortex is built with the options and comfort you’ve come to expect from a Bell. A race bred designed lightweight shell gives a sleek, slippery shape that allows for unmatched stability at speed and on the inside, contoured cheek pads and a plush removable comfort liner finish it off to give you a complete package at a killer price.
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