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What Helmets do you wear?

dascooter

Active Member
May 27, 2017
33
9
38
Chesterfield, MO
#23
Currently ride with an Arai Signet helmet. Overall like it as it fits my head shape. Only issue are the vents on top come off. They sent me replacements for free the first time and then I bought some (very inexpensive). Not a big deal but a bit dissatisfied given the price of the helmet. Would a buy another Arai! Yes. But would check out those vents
 

tuggy

Well-Known Member
Jan 24, 2017
33
31
48
Dunfermline, Scotland
#24
Caberg flip up. Latest generation has lockable up flip so complies with UK Law so you can ride with it open.

Also handy for refilling as petrol stations won't serve unless face can be seen.
 

Nusk450x

New Member
Feb 23, 2018
23
13
3
Australia
#26
Fox V1 Pilot.. Cheap But meets all Required helmet Regulations and is cheap enough that when i have a get off i can just replace it no tears..


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Jul 12, 2018
53
46
18
USA
#27
Shoei RF1200. For my brain housing, this fits best. I find it to be a very versatile helmet and have worn it during various types of riding. Sometimes I wish it had a visor.
 
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Nusk450x

New Member
Feb 23, 2018
23
13
3
Australia
#29
Replaced My Busted Fox with a Bell MX-9 much better fit on my head and with MIPS protection theoretically better and for not much more money I'm happy.


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inexorable

Active Member
Aug 16, 2018
118
42
28
UK
#30
Arai QV.

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Bought it last summer - wasn't happy about the flag but it was the best colour option available at the time.

Pure chance that it ended up matching the 2018 AT perfectly :D

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