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The first full face Shoei helmet to feature an internal sun shield, the GT-AIR is a potent offering breaking new ground on the future of motorcycle helmet safety. Not content with just slapping on a sun shield for the sake of convenience, Shoei has reengineered its shell designs to accommodate and improve the concept. Elsewhere, its slippery, wind tunnel tested shape improves ventilation while staying comfortable at buffeting speeds. Pieced together, the completed offering is a superbly competent all a-rounder. From cruiser to sport touring to sportbike, the Shoei GT-AIR is a new beginning in street motorcycle excellence.
The last time my wife went to the salon it cost over $100 – (just for her hair.) I’m not going to get into how much money that she spends on makeup and jewelry (and a host of others) because it makes her look and feel pretty. The simple point that I want to make here is this: If you are going to spend money on looking good, protect it with a helmet.“You can fix your hair when you get there.”Here are the just a few popular Women Biker Pics. These are “real bikers” that own and ride the bikes that they are pictured with. You’ll notice that they all have one thing in common, and that is a badass female on a motorcycle in a helmet.
Premium Scorpion craftsmanship at a price that is still lower than the competition. Answering the call for a MotoGP caliber helmet, Scorpion created the EXO-R2000 as an entirely new design that compromises nothing whether at the track or on the street. Using Scorpion’s own special composite blend, a shell was formed that stays light and strong while its 4 shell sizes ensure a perfect fit. A channeled EPS liner combines with the AirFit® Liner Inflation System to create an interior that stays comfortable and flows plenty of air. From the dual density foam to the sleek and symmetrical face shield and the titanium d-ring, the Scorpion EXO-R2000 helmet has the detailing to be the envy of motorcyclists everywhere.
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