Morgan Jones Themes, 2017-09-30 05:40:19. If your next motorcycle adventure includes both on and off-road riding, the AFX FX-39 DS Helmet is versatile enough for both. This do-all helmet features a large eyeport for increased visibility, an optically correct shield which can be removed for goggles, and a washable anti-microbial liner and cheek pads.
Lori Grimes Colors, 2018-01-09 18:15:46. An all new helmet from Scorpion, the EXO-T1200 is intended to be the company’s premier touring/sport touring lid. Similar to the EXO-R2000 in regards to its construction, the T1200 gets the lightweight TCT composite shell, the same sleek fitting faceshield and the handy AirFit system. Touring specific designs include a 3 position drop down sunshield and the new VSV (Venturi Super Vent) ventilation system. And yet even with its premier status in the Scorpion line, the EXO-T1200 still comes in less than most of its direct competition.
Rosita Espinosa Colors, 2018-01-14 00:33:49. 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.
Morgan Jones Styles, 2018-01-08 20:58:26. Airbrushing is not very expensive. An artist will charge between $50 and $100 to airbrush a motorcycle helmet. The costs all depend on the design you choose, the colors needed, and how large it is. The more time it will take the artist, the more he or she will charge. If there are a lot of colors, it will cost you more. If the design is large, it will cost you more.
Rosita Espinosa Styles, 2018-01-09 04:53:13. Custom motorcycle helmet artists work throughout the United States, as well as in Japan and Europe. They are primarily available via the internet. They usually work on commission, rather than a flat fee, because of the time they must invest in each project.Custom motorcycle helmets are usually airbrushed, although they may also use reflective decals only, or transform the helmet to a Comic Character or Superhero.
Lori Grimes Styles, 2018-01-08 23:32:53. There are dozens of reasons that customers choose a custom motorcycle helmet. They set riders apart from the crowd and establish their personality. They project the image they want, particularly if they run the customization through to their bike.
Morgan Jones Colors, 2018-01-09 11:28:27. Take the fun out of it!? Why not try adding some bluetooth speakers to your helmet or getting a bluetooth helmet that you can play all the music that you want and ride for as long as you want? There are some many ways to have fun when riding a bike, and choosing to not wear a helmet because it will “take the fun out of it” is a pretty lame excuse if you ask me.
Morgan Jones Styles, 2018-01-10 14:54:52. So the novelty helmets, with their glossy and low profile look, may never be completely safe. Besides, the half helmets come with inner protective lining for securing your skull but will not protect your most sensitive facial parts of the head.
Rosita Espinosa Colors, 2018-01-09 00:03:51. 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.
Rosita Espinosa Themes, 2018-01-10 21:22:12. Arai doesn’t come out with brand new helmets that often, so when they do you know it’s special. The Corsair-X breaks ground on a couple new designs and chief among them is a new, rounder shell that has been specifically shaped to increase the chance you glance off an impact and not just take the hit directly. Improving energy absorption, this added safety doesn’t increase weight or drag and still performs just like you’d expect any Arai would. Ventilation is quite impressive and each of the six large vents are three position adjustable ensuring you can always dial-in the airflow. The Variable Axis Shield System allows the face shield to be positioned lower on the shell and besides creating a smooth action, the locking latch is low, large and within easy reach. A clear Pinlock insert is standard and just to help that much more in poor conditions, the shield has two adjustable air vents itself. Summed up, the Corsair-X is a helmet that will carry Arai for years to come.
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