Morgan Jones Themes, 2017-10-10 03:59:43. Chronically overachieving, HJC’s open face CL-33 helmet takes a low price point and fills it up with good value. A proven polycarbonate shell provides tough safety while also keeping the weight down and the UV treated face shield ensures a commanding view of the road. Small enough to store in the luggage compartment of your scooter or motorcycle, the HJC CL-33 is everything you could want in an open face helmet.The dynamic EXO-GT920 modular helmet benefits from an all-new shell and shape. It is also packed with key features that exceed the demands of discriminating riders like a unique SpeedView® drop-down sun visor, a KwikWick® II liner and aero-tuned ventilation.
Rosita Espinosa Styles, 2018-01-04 13:17:08. Race graphics are also perfect for a customized motorcycle helmet. Indy logos, motocross logos and race-related designs are just some of the themes available. We’ve also seen people customize their helmet to look like a baseball cap! This is a great way to show the world their love for their team as they cruise their bike down the road.
Morgan Jones Styles, 2018-01-03 04:42:41. The first step in customizing a helmet is to choose one that perfectly fits your head. It would be a waste of money to purchase one that will not fit and give the head the protection that it needs. Always remember that the primary reason for wearing a helmet is safety.
Morgan Jones Themes, 2018-01-04 13:04:32. A HJC modular helmet that’s hard to fault, the CL-Max II Atomic brings together good value with an easy to use flip-up chin bar. Actuated by a single button, the bar is simple and natural feeling to open and close. Venting is basic yet effective and though using the more conventional polycarbonate composite shell material, the CL-Max II isn’t noticeably heavier than any of its much more expensive competitors.
Morgan Jones Styles, 2018-01-04 03:01:32. Following the Riding Style: Your riding style is hugely essential when designing a custom helmet. The way you ride will always determine your comfort and safety with every helmet you wear. For instance, individuals who prefer the hard-nosed, bad-to-the-bone biker style are served better by novelty helmet looks or half helmets.
Lori Grimes Themes, 2018-01-03 20:25:11. 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.
Rosita Espinosa Styles, 2018-01-03 17:30:33. Airbrush Motorcycle Helmets: Airbrush motorcycle helmets are one of the most popular ways for motorcycle riders to make their own individual mark on their motorcycle accessories. Some riders choose to place stickers on their helmet, while others prefer this more expensive artwork. Most riders like the fact that with custom helmets, their helmet is one of a kind. No one else in the world would have one exactly like theirs. This is a big thing with motorcycle riders as they feel their motorcycle accessories is an extension of who they are.
Morgan Jones Themes, 2018-01-03 07:14:40. 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.
Morgan Jones Themes, 2018-01-05 06:34:30. Details have been a little slow to trickle in but the GMax FF49 is a brand new, rather attractive looking helmet from the value heavy marque. Coming in at around 3.1 pounds, the FF49 boasts a removable chin curtain, aerodynamic chin, brow and exhaust vents and a washable Coolmax interior. And with numerous colorways available, the $100 dollar FF49 makes quite a good deal.
Rosita Espinosa Styles, 2018-01-04 02:32:02. Airbrush Motorcycle Helmets: Airbrush motorcycle helmets are one of the most popular ways for motorcycle riders to make their own individual mark on their motorcycle accessories. Some riders choose to place stickers on their helmet, while others prefer this more expensive artwork. Most riders like the fact that with custom helmets, their helmet is one of a kind. No one else in the world would have one exactly like theirs. This is a big thing with motorcycle riders as they feel their motorcycle accessories is an extension of who they are.
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