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  • Fly Racing Trekker Motorcycle Helmet 2014

    Fly Racing Trekker Motorcycle Helmet 2014

    Jon in CA

    Excellent Helmet, No Replacement Plan

    I had a helmet first low side crash in loose gravel at about 30 mph. The helmet held up great and has been an amazing dualsport helmet. The only negative is that FLY is one of the few manufacturers that don't have some sort of helmet replacement or discount program after a crash. Not a good way to keep brand loyalty. I had planned on getting another FLY helmet but I guess I won't.

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  • Bell MX-9 Adventure Helmet

    Bell MX-9 Adventure Helmet

    Daniel in CO

    Comfy with Good Aero

    I got an AFX 41-DS last season and didnt really care for it. This helmet was a good decision. In gusty conditions I dont get the little fatiguing tugs on my helmet like I am used too. And I noticed after wearing it on my first ride with it for 2 hours I didnt feel like any relief when taking it off like I am also used too. It feels like much more than a $50 increase in helmet quality. Wind noise seems the same. Chinstrap comfort is better for me, and I appreciate the much larger cutouts for my usually origami folded ears. Thanks Bell and RMATVMC.

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  • AFX FX-41 Dual Sport Motorcycle Helmet

    AFX FX-41 Dual Sport Motorcycle Helmet

    Frankie in CO

    Exactly what I wanted

    You can't really go wrong. I always used high end Shoei's and Bell's for sportbikes, but wanted something for my dual sport. I don't really like mx helmets with goggles because I sweat too much and goggles fog up. This AFX is exactly what I was looking for. I've ridden it all over Colorado, Moab, and a trip from Colorado to Cali and back. I usually wear mediums and the small fits perfect. The chin strap ratchet make it easy to get on and off. The beak keeps out a decent amount of sun, but does catch the wind when I don't use my fairings. The internal shade is extremely useful and is just as good as sunglasses. It's so good I'm looking at buying a second one in a different color.

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  • Bell Revolver EVO Motorcycle Helmet

    Bell Revolver EVO Motorcycle Helmet

    clay in Alaska

    AWESOME HELMET

    This helmet is amazing, fits much better (for me at least) than some helmets costing $200-300 more. I read lots of reviews about it being "noisy". Your on a motorcycle, going 70+ mph, welcome to motorcycling. I have a stack of helmets from Arai's to HJC's and I can tell you that they are all noisy. If it bothers you that much, maybe you should find a new hobby. If your not bothered by a little wind noise and you ride a motorcycle, you need a helmet. This helmet is comfortable, easy to use and best of all, has sunglasses built into it. Ive ridden with this helmet in the up position going 80mph and i was amazed that there wasn't any wind buffeting like I've experience with other modulars. The chin button is easy to find and use, as is the sunglass buttons. venting is OK, but no helmet I've used has venting worth talking about. The magnet for the strap is a nice touch also, Like most helmets, id recommend you find a place local to try it on as everyones head is different. Enjoy.

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  • MSR Xpedition Helmet

    MSR Xpedition Helmet

    Robert in WA

    Too good to be true

    To start, this is the same exact helmet as my brother's Fly brand helmet. Made in the same Chinese factory no doubt. The helmet looks great and I wanted to like it but: the visor distorts your vision, so Ive been using goggles. It has no easy way of removing the face shield, first you need to remove the visor, then remove screws to get the shield off, oh, and there are plastic washers that are easy to loose so don't plan on riding somewhere and then switching to goggles. Its really loud, waay too much wind noise, and its not aerodynamic so your head will get pushed around in the wind on the freeway. The visor is too small to be useful, and it doesn't drop down far enough to even see it while the helmet is on. It runs a size big, I'm normally a large but would need a medium in this, also the pads aren't very soft. I dont recommend it.

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  • Arai XD4 Motorcycle Helmet

    Arai XD4 Motorcycle Helmet

    Tim in NY

    Like wearing a pillow

    Really like this helmet. I had the XD3 and when it came time to replace had to get another Arai. The fit is so comfortable and it is light. I used the size chart and it was right on. The XD4 has better ventilation in my opinion. I feel very safe in the helmet. Yes, the price was a struggle to get by but it's your head. The only thing I could complain about is the plastic air ducts on the top. I have not done it but could see breaking these going under and hitting a tree branch. All in all money well spent.

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