When others see a road, you see the potential for speed, precision, and adventure that so many others miss. You are a member of the two wheeled order. A diverse clan or riders that live for the journey, always looking for the long way around. On your concrete playground there is no trip that gets forgotten, no commute that occurs on autopilot, and no such thing as too much riding time. You understand the allure of street riding and the importance of gear that will keep you safe. Most of all, you understand that choosing the right helmet is the most important decision you’ll make.
Here at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we feel the same say. We want every rider to stay on two wheels as long as possible, which is why we offer such a large selection of street oriented helmets. On our shelves you’ll find the full-face, race-winning standards of companies like Shoei, Arai, and AGV; the convenience of modular helmets from Bell, Schuberth, and HJC. If you’re part of the café or cruiser crowd we have tons of half and three quarter helmets filled to the brim with retro styling from the Custom 500 to offerings by Shark and Biltwell. Whether you’re looking for the crazy graphics of Icon or more bang for your buck with AFX, we work hard to carry the helmets you want. And if you’re looking for a deal, check out our ever changing closeout section for huge discounts.
With so many choices, choosing the right street helmet is no easy task. And, you probably have more important things to worry about, which is why we’re here. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is full of riders and specialists that spend their entire day helping customers answer questions about orders, fit, and features to make sure you end up happy and safe. If you have a question live chat or call in to talk with one of our gear specialists for friendly help from a fellow rider who knows their stuff. Need more opinions? Read our customer reviews to see what others have to say or check out the Rocky Mountain YouTube channel for buying guides and in-depth looks at popular products.
Jay in CT
I like this helmet but have been struggling with proper fit. I'm a returning rider and this is the first helmet I've purchased in 30 years. I chose the EXO-AT950 from the positive reviews and the features. I do like the helmet but for a couple things - the fit is not quite right for me and the optic of the faceshield seems to be a little off but these two things could be related - let me explain: I measured my head and my head dia is at the high end of the size small shell size for this helmet. So I went with the small. The fit was quite snug, especially on the jaw and cheeks but I thought that is what I needed. After a few rides of 3 or more hours I discovered I was seeing double/cross eyed toward the end of the rides. After thinking about it, it occurred to me that maybe the helmet was squeezing my head so hard that after a few hours it was distorting my vision. I contacted Scorpion to find out if there are other fit options. They recommended I go with the medium size cheek pads (which are replaceable). I purchased them and so far its been better but not ideal. Looking at the Scorpion sizing table it appears they have 3 shell sizes: small, medium and large. Within those shell sizes they have different size pad sets to give them XS,S, M, L, and XL, XXL. The medium cheek pads in the small shell is not a big difference. Supposedly the pads are thinner in a larger size within the shell size. I may try the large helmet pads next but will wait to see if the pads break in a bit over time. The root cause may be that I have the head of chimpanzee (small cranium, large jaw). Ok, other than fit I like the helmet. The shield flips up easily, the front flips up and latches easily. Sealing, wind noise and stability is quite good up to 70 mph (I ride a DRZ so don't go much faster). The visor and sun shields are both nice features. I found out the face shield is a $50 replacement after dropping the helmet on a rock. My head was in it at the time so I say it was a fair trade off. The weight is not really noticeable for me. No issues with neck strain after 4 hour rides. The liner is a nice material. Comes with a closure for the chin area for the cold and panels to fill the gap if you wish to remove the visor. All seem like quality parts. I've experienced very little to no fogging issues at temps down in 30s. Only a small amount with the chin closure in. Bottom line: this is a nice helmet and deserving of the positive reviews. In my case I have learned I need to spend more time getting the fit correct before committing to the purchase.Read All Reviews
Spencer in NC
I am impressed with the features and fit of this helmet. This is my first modular and have always have good results with my HJC helmets in the past. It has the best of both worlds for ventilation and comfort at slow speeds, and the protection I want at higher speeds.Read All Reviews