One that fits the snell and dot ratings. Also one that fits your head properly.
Originally Posted by SPL170
Just remember.."respect for the bike" is not what keeps you from crashing. You can have all the respect in the world for the bike, but when you do something accidentally and the bike reacts in a way that your skillset doesn't know how to respond to.......that's what ends you up on your head.
Originally Posted by Chaotic
For every person that came in "too hot" and ran off the track, there is somebody else who comes into that same turn, even hotter, on purpose.
Listening to tunes is great, I occasionally do it also. But keep in mind that you'll be less aware of your surroundings. Depending on how many years of biking experience you have, this may or may not be as important to you. Also, you are unable to hear how your bike is running. Just some thoughts. Congrats on the bike and helmet.
I keep the music low enough to ensure I can hear both the bike and surrounding traffic, and I find the bluetooth helmets to obstruct my hearing less so than a regular helmet and headphones, plus eliminating those pesky wires.
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