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category and Published on January 24th, 2018 by Rosita Espinosa.
Transform to a Comic Character or Superhero: If a motorist wishes to pursue a much more complex design but a very stylish one, then he or she may opt to buy the personalized motorcycle helmets in various online stores which have built helmets out of the faces or masks of various comic characters and superheroes.
Choosing the right Motorcycle Helmet is one of the most important purchases you will make when selecting the right gear for your ride. Bell Helmets, Biltwell Inc, Simpson and Speed & Strength offer some of the best Motorcycle Riding Helmets available today. Biltwell Inc. has brought the open face motorcycle helmet back into today's custom motorcycle scene. The Simpson Bandit and M30 are favorites for those wanting that killer look on their Dyna or Sportster. For the cafe guys the Bell Bullitt is the perfect full face to give you that retro look. Check out the options to your left to shop Motorcycle Helmets by Brand, Size, and more.
Another customization design that is perfect for motorcycle helmets is flames. Having a flame design on their helmet makes a motorcycle rider look like he/she means business! At the same time, there is something about this design that seems to work perfectly with speed themes.Fantasy designs are also a great idea for customizing a helmet. These come in a wide range of designs from very masculine to ultra feminine themes. Really the only thing that limits this design is the helmet owner’s imagination.
Sounds easy, right? So why do most bikers not have any idea what their own head size is, and what style of helmet is most suitable for them to wear? My opinion on this is that most bikers and riders don’t care as much about comfort and fitment as they do about looks. Form over Function (ladies; you may be more guilty of this than your counterparts.)
Helmets that do not meet these guidelines are known as “novelty” helmets. Customers are warned that these helmets are not considered legal in most states and, therefore, are not permitted to be worn when riding on public streets.
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