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  1. MOTORCYCLEiD
    A motorcycle helmet is the most important piece of riding gear that every rider should wear even if it is not required by law. Helmets save lives, which is clearly shown by statistics. It is designed to protect the rider’s head in case of a crash by absorbing the energy of impact and prevent...
  2. MOTORCYCLEiD
    If you just bought your first bike, and even if you have been riding for years, you might be interested in watching a video guide on how to choose the perfect helmet that would sit on your head comfortably and fit your riding style best. Our in-house tech and gear expert Greg created this clip...
  3. MOTORCYCLEiD
    There is nothing better than an enjoyable ride on your favorite bike when the weather is fine. You squeeze the throttle on an open road hearing only the wind noise and growling of the exhaust. Only riding in a group of friends or having your partner sitting behind you could beat that. More so if...
  4. MOTORCYCLEiD
    A helmet is arguably the most important piece of the rider’s gear designed to protect the most important part of the human body. In this article, we will discuss different motorcycle helmet constructions and available types of gear made of different materials. All motorcycle helmets feature...
  5. News
    Read more about Don’t Forget: April Is Check Your Helmet Month at Motorcycle.com.
  6. General
    I had one of those quick release buckles for my helmet, I don't remember which one, but it was plastic. Last week it broke while I was taking my helmet off, this made me think...... How good was it ? So I did some searching and found this...
  7. News
    Take the MO Survey: What Kind Of Helmet Do You Wear? at Motorcycle.com.
  8. General
    What's your preferred helmet brand and style of that brand. Sent from Motorcycle.com Free App
  9. General
    Just ordered this helmet off cyclegear.com for 159.99 Anyone have any experience with this helmet? Sent from Motorcycle.com Free App
  10. Off Topic
    Well despite my caution it finally happened..I dropped my Shoei RF-1100 on the ground. :ohcrap I had it hanging on the right clip-on with the bike on the sidestand..I bumped into it with my back pack and sent it crashing to the ground...put a small scuff on the chin bar and a small ding on the...
  11. General
    What do you guys/gals do with your helmet when you go in a business? Do you just carry it around with you, or leave it in the bike somewhere? If you leave it at the bike, how do you secure it so its not stolen?
  12. General
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  13. General
    ...mirrored finished or Smoked black? Which one would you guys/gals say is better? Sent from my iPhone using MO Free
  14. General
    Im shopping around for a new helmet, ive tried from the inexpensive bluetooth helmet from walmart (SIGI brand) , and found it to be extremely heavy, and turning from side to side is difficult. Air ventilation was terrible as well .. Im looking for a light weight full face helmet, that has good...
  15. The New Ninja 250
    Which helmet to go for with the green ninja 250? :righton :notworthy
  16. Modifications
    on the 88-07 model, obviously the helmet lock is crap. Your helmet will melt on the exhaust if you use it. But there is another way. I thought I was a genius until I realized other people had already done it. If you remove your seat and look under it, you'll see the metal "clips" attached to...
  17. General
    Is it better for your Helmet to fit REAL SNUG or a little loose? Especially if you where glasses?
  18. Classic Ninja 250
    I have an 06 exf and ive been riding all season and i still havent found anywhere to lock my helmet to the bike. Does this not have a helmet lock or atleast a loop under the seat that i could put the d rings over??? Thanks
  19. General
    I have a big head xxxl so my selection is limited.. Where do you shop?
  20. General
    Pros: Nice fit and finish, light weight (relatively speaking), good value, simple "easy to use" tool-less visor mechanism, removable liner. Cons: no chin curtain, only 3 adjustable air vents and 2 non-adjustable vents, hard to open visor. This is my 5th HJC helmet, and every time they have...
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