Rosita Espinosa Styles, 2017-09-30 16:34:37. Matching Helmets to your Preferences: The rider’s preferences are very critical during helmet customization. Some riders prefer to have spiked helmets, some peeled off stickers, and others prefer Mohawks. Adding spikes to your helmet will call for drilling the top end to create holes for fitting bolts but this form of motorcycle helmet artwork can boost your riding pride.
Rosita Espinosa Themes, 2017-10-03 14:07:58. This is your workhorse helmet; the GM38 is reasonably light, has adjustable chin and brow vents and a quick changing face shield. The interior is moisture wicking and removable for cleaning and if you want to add a communicator, GMax has made it easy with built-in ear pockets. And the best part? Yep, that would be the price. No shame in saving your hard earned money.
Rosita Espinosa Styles, 2017-10-03 14:11:15. 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, 2017-10-04 12:08:40. If there is one thing you can fault HJC for it is not the lack of providing the customer with enough options. Sliding in between the CL-MAX II and the SY-MAX 3, the $200ish IS-MAX 2 continues the trend of HJC delivering a lot bang for your dollar. More angular than most HJC helmets, the stylish IS-MAX 2 nonetheless still uses a polycarbonate composite shell and the proven QuickSlide shield system. The biggest difference you’ll notice though is the revised venting which feature large button operated vents. The IS-MAX 2 also comes with a drop down sun shield which further helps it differentiate from the CL-MAX II.
Morgan Jones Styles, 2017-10-03 14:11:22. When your budget is large enough, you can focus on top brands such as Shoei, Bell, and HJC helmets for customization. These brands of helmets are usually more expensive than Scorpion, Rodia, and other brands but may give you the best custom quality motorcycle helmets.
Rosita Espinosa Colors, 2017-10-03 14:11:19. The shell shape is both stable at speed and quiet while inside comfort is helped with 3D shaped padding that is plush and easily customizable and replaceable. For the rider limited to one helmet, the RF-1200 wins out with excellent safety, comfort and style. And to match almost any type of bike, the RF is available in a huge number of solid colors and graphics.
Lori Grimes Styles, 2017-10-04 12:08:44. Therefore, whether you choose to buy a motorcycle helmet for yourself or someone you know that enjoys motorcycles, there are many different categories such as school and sports related, special or popular phrases, or miscellaneous categories of motorcycle decals that you will surely enjoy purchasing.
Rosita Espinosa Styles, 2017-10-03 14:08:44. Some interesting customization ideas: owning a custom motorcycle helmet is an amazing experience. it provides the owner with a unique statement while riding their motorcycle. at the same time, the use of quality paint and clear coats gives it a top-class finish that is not commonly found on traditional off the shelf helmets.
Rosita Espinosa Themes, 2017-10-04 12:08:39. When you write out a list of the features you want in a helmet, the GMax GM32 surprisingly meets just about all of them. It’s got a visor that snaps on and off, a drop down sunshield and an interior that is moisture wicking and removable. Venting is already going to be good on a 3/4 but GMax has nevertheless still taken the time to add vents above the brow and along the back. And because this is a GMax, the price is hard to beat.
Rosita Espinosa Themes, 2017-10-04 12:08:36. The EXO-R710 is Scorpion’s latest edition to the popular R-Series with a feature list that is unparalleled in the sub $200 fiberglass helmet category. Advanced features like the Fiberglass / Aramid Matrix Shell, Ellip-Tec® Base Plate System, Everclear® No-Fog Face Shield and Emergency Release Cheek Pads allow the EXO-R710 to be at home in the canyons, while commuting or during closed course competition.
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