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Quite possibly GMax’s best kept secret, the GM45S Modular helmet hides an impressive amount of features under its very low price tag. Literally standing out from its competition, the GM54s comes with a three position LED light bar integrated into the back of the shell. Alternating between steady, slow and fast flash, the light makes a big difference in visibility during night riding. Venting-wise adjustable air vents are in no short supply and can be seen prominently across the chin, forehead and rear. The drop down sunshield is a one finger operation and with the flip up chin bar locking metal to metal, the action is smooth and light. All things considered, if you’re looking at a flip up helmet this GMax should be one to think about.
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.
Icon set out to improve upon a classic with the ALLIANCE GT™ and kept the world renowned comfort and ventilation, and added an inner DROPSHIELD™ for those rides that start before sunrise and end well after the sunset. The rider can keep their Clear PROSHIELD™ attached for all light conditions but with the flip of a switch, engage a tinted shield located just above the brow..
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