Lori Grimes Styles, 2017-11-18 10:17:10. The conservative rider, who does not trust their security and safety to the helmet, should consider buying three-quarter or full face motorcycle helmets. These helmets can also be customized to suit any needs and will protect the whole head. So conservatives can also customize their helmets and still feel absolutely secure.
Morgan Jones Themes, 2017-10-31 20:50:13. Able to change from open face to full face in a matter of seconds, the modular Fly Tourist helmet is a highly versatile choice for both city and touring riders. The huge field of vision stays the same regardless of the configuration you choose as does the venting thanks to the built-in forehead air vents. Inside the Tourist features a removable Coolmax liner and special spacing intended for Bluetooth style communication speakers.
Lori Grimes Colors, 2017-11-01 18:40:20. Shoei’s name means that as a company they are naturally expected to make a great touring helmet and thankfully, the Qwest can handle this pressure. Shaped by what Shoei claims to be countless hours in their very own wind tunnel, important details like shell design and foam placement have been refined to cancel out noise and reduce drag and lift. The ventilation system is also wind tunnel tested and this has resulted in large upper intakes and rear exhaust vents that maximize the Venturi effect. The proven ORSA shield carries over from other helmet models like the X-Twelve and when combined with Shoei’s typical knack for quality, the Qwest becomes a very, competent touring helmet.
Morgan Jones Colors, 2017-11-01 02:43:11. 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, 2017-11-02 10:27:47. 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, 2017-11-01 12:53:40. The special shaping of the helmet shell and of the leading edge of the helmet provide the necessary down force. Even higher speeds do not lead to lifting forces. Furthermore, the S2 Sport has a reduced aerodynamic drag and optimized directional stability. When riding naked bikes, buffeting is also clearly reduced. Many hours spent in the Schuberth acoustic wind tunnel have also turned the S2 Sport into one of the quietest full face helmets in existence.
Morgan Jones Colors, 2017-11-01 11:39:58. The Qualifier reborn, the Qualifier upgraded. Whatever way you look at it, Bell has spawned the Qualifier DLX, a new mid-priced helmet that has some very cool features attached to it. First up and probably most noticeable is the built in accommodation for Sena and Cardo communicators. A snap-in, plug and play setup, the configuration is incredibly easy to use. Next up, all Qualifier DLX helmets come with Transitions® equipped faceshields. Rain, sun, cloudy days or night riding, you now get one faceshield that can cover it all. Polycarbonate is the material of choice for the shell and inside Bell’s proven ventilation system and contour shaped padding carries over. In the end, the Qualifier DLX might just be Bell’s most versatile street helmet.
Morgan Jones Colors, 2017-11-02 00:39:58. 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.
Morgan Jones Themes, 2017-10-31 21:21:14. Premium Scorpion craftsmanship at a price that is still lower than the competition. Answering the call for a MotoGP caliber helmet, Scorpion created the EXO-R2000 as an entirely new design that compromises nothing whether at the track or on the street. Using Scorpion’s own special composite blend, a shell was formed that stays light and strong while its 4 shell sizes ensure a perfect fit. A channeled EPS liner combines with the AirFit® Liner Inflation System to create an interior that stays comfortable and flows plenty of air. From the dual density foam to the sleek and symmetrical face shield and the titanium d-ring, the Scorpion EXO-R2000 helmet has the detailing to be the envy of motorcyclists everywhere.
Lori Grimes Colors, 2017-10-31 15:16:45. Easily one of Bell’s most anticipated helmets, the MX-9 Adventure sees Bell finally enter the ADV segment and they’ve created a very appealing first time effort. Based closely on the new MX-9, you get the same aggressive looking polycarbonate shell and venting system. However, naturally Bell has created a new, more aerodynamic visor and a large flip up face shield to go with it. Equally capable on the street or dirt, you get a design that likes fast riding on both surfaces. The colorways are all extremely sharp looking but this is overshadowed by the price point which is sub $200. Definitely not a bad thing.
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