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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.
VAS Shield System: Normally the shield mounting position must remain relatively high, because a lower shield pivot will not allow the shield to open or close. The VAS (Variable Axis System) has a variable axis (moving pivot point). This allows shield opening and closing even with the 24mm lower shield mount position, compared to the Corsair V. PB SNC2 Shell: The Corsair X helmet shell is constructed from Super Fiber and other special synthetic fibers developed for F-1 helmet visor panels, assembled and bonded by Arai experts. A specially-developed resin creates stronger bonds between shell materials with less weight.
The EXO-R710 is Scorpion’s latest edition to the popular R-Series with a feature list that is unparalleled in the sub $200 fiberglass helmet category. Advanced features like the Fiberglass / Aramid Matrix Shell, Ellip-Tec® Base Plate System, Everclear® No-Fog Face Shield and Emergency Release Cheek Pads allow the EXO-R710 to be at home in the canyons, while commuting or during closed course competition.
The Biltwell Bonanza embraces the retro motorcycle look like no other helmet available. The correct period detailing, an impressive flat metallic paint job and an optional bubble shield put the Bonanza into ultra-cool territory. Hipster, old timer, cruiser or standard, the Biltwell Bonanza helmet has style that is welcomed by all.
The special shaping of the helmet shell and of the leading edge of the helmet provide the necessary down force. Even higher speeds do not lead to lifting forces. Furthermore, the S2 Sport has a reduced aerodynamic drag and optimized directional stability. When riding naked bikes, buffeting is also clearly reduced. Many hours spent in the Schuberth acoustic wind tunnel have also turned the S2 Sport into one of the quietest full face helmets in existence.
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