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The original Revolver helmet was a solid design but nevertheless presented areas that could be improved upon. So as would only be natural, Bell went back to the drawing board to create the more refined Revolver EVO. Highlighted by a better sealing eyeport, a new chin curtain and a smoother operating flip down sun shield, the Revolver EVO is not only more comfortable but substantially quieter as well. The aggressive and good looking shell carries over as does the $200 price point which combines to make the Revolver EVO a very compelling modular helmet choice.
Already an industry standard, Arai has kept at its commitment for excellence and has made the XD-4 one of the finest dual sport helmet you can buy. Gleaning the hard learned lessons from the XD-3 helmet, careful improvements were made for better visibility, comfort and weather handling ability. The end result is a helmet that is extremely safe and versatile, ready to tackle long rides on both the street and dirt. If adventure touring is your thing, this is a helmet to consider.
Sena SMH10 Bluetooth ready, the Bell Mag-9 Sena makes talking while riding as easy as snapping in the unit and turning it on. The rest of the helmet isn’t half bad either with a large face shield, drop down sun shield and aerodynamic visor. Inside Bell’s Velocity Flow Ventilation system works to move the air in and out effectively. City riding or touring, the Mag-9 Sena is a great open face helmet.
This one’s for the ladies. Looking throughout the industry for Women’s motorcycle helmets showcases a wide-variety of varying styles, makes, and graphical options that leaves plenty of selection for just about any aesthetic preference. From the high-end industry leaders to more entry-level value-priced options, the marketplace for motorcycle helmets specifically built for women riders has increased exponentially over the past few years.
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