Best and Worst Motorcycle Helmets.
Which brands are the most protective by SHARP rating points:
- Duchinni D832 Full face – 59.99 GBP
- MT Revenge Full face – 64.99 GBP
- Lazer LZ6 Full face – 70.00 GBP
- Nitro Aikido Full face – 70.00 GBP
- Caberg Trip System – 90.00 GBP
- Caberg V2 407 Full face – 90.00 GBP
- Marushin 777 Samura Full face – 99.00 GBP
- Marushin 777 Tiger Full face – 99.00 GBP
- Caberg V2R Full face – 110.00 GBP
- Nitro N1700VF Full face – 119.00 GBP
- Schuberth S1 Pro Full face – 450.00 GBP
- Schuberth R1 Full face – 320.00 GBP
- NZI Fibrub System – 256.80 GBP
- Arai Condor Full face – 240.00 GBP
- Dainese Airstream Full face – 190.00 GBP
- Vemar VSREV Full face – 190.00 GBP
- KBC VR2R Full face – 180.00 GBP
There are 6 basic types of motorcycle helmets:
Doesn’t matter if you like high top speed or slow speed. Wearing a motorcycle helmet correctly can reduce the risk of death. That is where a motorcycle helmets guide can come in handy.
This is the type of helmet that is used in professional racing. A full-face helmets dominate the data-set (86% of helmets tested by SHARP) as the most safest helmets.
This type of helmet covers the chin and you can pivot the chin bar upwards or even remove it. A flip-front helmet offers less protection than a more rigid full-face.
Open Face (3/4 Helmet)
It protects the back of the head, ears, and your cheeks, but not the chin.
This helmet can fly off your head pretty easy on impact.
It has an elongated chin bar to protect face.
If you’re going for safety, this should be at the bottom of your list.
Motorcycle Helmet Designs are boring but that doesn’t mean you have to stick with the same old designs you find in shops. Motorcycle helmet is a relatively inexpensive way to express your self. If you’re looking for some new ideas for designing a motorcycle helmet take a look at these helmets!