UTV helmets are an excellent way to add an extra layer of safety to the emerging sport of side-by-sides. With proper headgear, you can enjoy traversing any terrain without fear. A larger chassis and steel frame doesn’t make head protection any less important for extreme off-road riding.
UTVs present a unique environment that provides more helmet options than ATV or dirt bike riders have. The protection required isn’t so much for impacts against the ground as it is for the side-by-side’s frame or interior objects. For example, since a seatbelt restrains you within the vehicle in the event of a crash, traditional motocross-style helmets aren’t necessary if you want to go for something a little different. Both open face and closed face helmets are appropriate for UTVs. Do you prefer the easier communication afforded by an open face helmet? Or do you seek the maximum protection offered by a closed face helmet? Whatever you want, we’ve got a solution here.
Since UTVs incorporate room for at least one passenger, they present a unique circumstance that other off-road vehicles don’t face. It is imperative that you provide proper safety equipment for your passengers, and that starts with the most important piece of gear: the helmet. Your passengers will appreciate it, and you’ll ensure that everyone is safe at all times.
Helmets for UTV riders aren’t just an important safety decision; they’re also mandatory depending on what state you ride in. That’s right; legislatures around the country are starting to reevaluate helmet laws and incorporate side-by-sides into existing (or even new) requirements. In strict cases, this applies to everyone; in other situations, it only applies to children. Of course, it’s best to always ensure you have enough helmets along with you. That way, regardless of where you go or who you’re with, you’ll be able to comply with the law and be safe.
UTV helmets come in many designs and styles, and we stock hundreds to make sure that you find the perfect one for you. Take a look at our extensive selection to find one that meets your requirements of comfort, style and fit.
Michael in NH
Ordered the moto-9 flex when it went on sale and ordered it in a medium. I have never had any issues fitting into any medium and what was funny about this was that I tried a medium moto-9 flex on in a local shop and it fit great, they just didn't have a color I liked. Ordered on through here and it fit great around the head it was just extremely tight around the cheeks. Tried wearing it hoping the cheek pads would break in and I was chomping on my cheeks the whole ride. I went ahead and ordered some thinner cheek inserts, so I'm hoping that corrects the problem, but Bell.....if you're listening, maybe slide those cheek pad sizes down a size in each helmet so that they're a little thinner in each size. After some research, it turns out, it's a pretty common issue for people with this bucket. Aside from all that, the helmet is great. A bit of the red from the EPS liner has rubbed off after one use, but that's not a big deal.Read All Reviews
ZACK in OH
This helmet isn't very expensive but I know it's safe, thats why I bought it. The top liner is surprisingly cheap, I worked in a high volume dealership and had a lot helmets, but i haven't had one where the front of the liner isn't fastened to the helmet. If you don't put the helmet on just right or hold the liner it bunches up and makes it feel like you need the next size. Mine still isn't broke in though. Wasn't sure if it fit. Just seems cheap.Read All Reviews
Allyssa in OR
I like how the helmet looks and the amount of protection it provides. My only complaint is the sizing runs a little small. I have always worn a size Large but when I purchased this helmet, I noticed the forehead area is tighter than usual. It can be a little uncomfortable if wearing for long periods of time.Read All Reviews
Joseph in CA
This helmet is light. I find it super comfortable and it fits my goggles well. Some guys are having issues with goggle fit. Not here. The turbine feature may cause the helmet to be somewhat crooked on your head even though it feels right. Just get in front of a mirror and jerk it straight and you’re good to go. I think the liner may have been crooked from the factoria. Has all the bells and whistles of new helmet technologies. The cheek pads feel a bit tight but i am sure thats good considering it had a MIPS style liner. Common sense guys, it’s a carbon helmet. You crash with it it’s compromised. Treat it accordingly.Read All Reviews