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Ways for Women to Customize Their Motorcycle Helmets: Get a bright color! Men tend to get just black and if they customize it, it usually involves skulls, flames or brands. Go bold with your fingernail polish and get a neon green or pink helmet. It will increase your safety with visibility and show off your feminine spunk.
Helmets that do not meet these guidelines are known as “novelty” helmets. Customers are warned that these helmets are not considered legal in most states and, therefore, are not permitted to be worn when riding on public streets.
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.
Riding and Communicating: Most often than not a reason for riding a motorcycle is to get away from the busy life and just to go out in the world with thoughts filling one’s head and the rush of the wind gushing through one’s face. However, it is not without any doubt that there are those who would still like to involve their family and friends to the picture of their travel.
Choosing the right Motorcycle Helmet is one of the most important purchases you will make when selecting the right gear for your ride. Bell Helmets, Biltwell Inc, Simpson and Speed & Strength offer some of the best Motorcycle Riding Helmets available today. Biltwell Inc. has brought the open face motorcycle helmet back into today's custom motorcycle scene. The Simpson Bandit and M30 are favorites for those wanting that killer look on their Dyna or Sportster. For the cafe guys the Bell Bullitt is the perfect full face to give you that retro look. Check out the options to your left to shop Motorcycle Helmets by Brand, Size, and more.
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