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Motorcycle Helmets

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It is important to make sure that your helmet fits properly - it shouldn’t be too tight or too loose. You can find out your size by wrapping a measuring tape around your head about a centimetre or two above your eyebrows.

 

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Helmet types

Full Face

  • The most common type - suitable for roadsters
  • Closed design - protects the face and chin. Plexiglas protects against wind, road debris, and gravel.
  • Pros: full head protection
  • Cons: higher weight

Open Face

  • Suitable for riding on a scooter, chopper, or cruiser
  • For models without a plexiglas visor, we recommend purchasing protective eyewear.
  • Pros: lower purchase price and weight
  • Cons: not as safe as full face helmets; incomplete wind protection

Cross

  • Designed for motocross and off-road riding. They have a fixed, pre-positioned chin protector and are designed for lower speeds.
  • Pros: low weight, helmet visor protects against the sun and mud, jaw and chin protection
  • Cons: limited usefulness - only for motocross bikes and slow rides; they become uncomfortable during long rides and their aerodynamics aren’t the best, making them unsuitable for fast street motorcycles.
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