LATEST MOTORCYCLE HELMET REVIEWS
Scorpion offers a MotoGP-derived lid with its EXO-R2000, which comes complete with a host of features from an AirFit Liner Inflation system, fantastic ventilation and both Snell M2010 and DOT safety ratings.
MotoUSA's contributing editor reports on putting his Arai RX-7 Corsair through another year of use in this helmet review.
After wearing it during the summer riding season, we post our findings on the Arai Defiant Chopper Helmet along with the company's Pro Shade System in this motorcycle helmet review.
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For more than six decades, Arai has been an undeniable leader in helmet design and construction. Family-operated for three generations, it offers hand-built helmets that are the result of a single-minded obsession with innovation and rider protection. And as the helmet of choice for racing stars like MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden and four-time Formula One champ Sebastian Vettel, Arai’s performance pedigree speaks for itself.
ScorpionExo® is, quite simply, the next wave in motorcycle helmet and protective gear design and manufacturing. ScorpionExo® Helmets are engineered by some of the world's most sought-after designers, with over 178 years of cumulative experience. Please join Team Scorpion at:
As the fastest growing motorcycle apparel brand in North America, Speed and Strength® has emerged as a leader in street helmets for men and women. The SS collection features a complete lineup of full face, modular, super adventure, touring, 3/4 and half helmets
With more than 25 years of experience, this French brand has become one of the leaders within the helmet world. Founded by former professional racers with the goal to ensure the highest level of performance and safety, Shark pushes the technical boundaries with new and exciting innovations.
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FEATURED MOTORCYCLE HELMET ARTICLES
Monday, November 19, 2007
Motorcycle helmets are a matter of life and death. Find out the basics in this motorcycle helmet product guide.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Michigan repealed a mandatory helmet law in April of 2012 and crash data has now been analyzed for the year, reinvigorating the debate on whether states should keep mandatory laws in place.
Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Proper motorcycle gear helps to mitigate injury in an accident and is a must for new riders. This installment of Learning to Ride outlines the different items new riders ought to get before hitting the streets.
Thursday, November 07, 2013
The AMA announced that a federal task force appointed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is prepared to recommend mandatory motorcycle helmet laws for all states.
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
The National Transportation Safety Board has put motorcycle safety on its most wanted list and is advocating that all states enact a helmet law.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
AMA President Rob Dingman has been leading the world's largest motorcyclists' rights organization through a reorganization to rededicate the AMA to its core mission: protecting and promoting the future of motorcycling and the motorcycle lifestyle.
Monday, May 12, 2014
MotoUSA European contributor Llewelyn Pavey looks behind the curtain at Arai Europe’s Inspiration Center to see how the Japanese firm designs and tests its top-shelf motorcycle helmets.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Motorcycle helmet technology enters the 21st century with companies like Skully, Reevu and Nuviz, each offering versions of integrated heads-up displays for riders looking for more than just protection from a lid.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Motorcycle helmets employ the latest technology to improve safety and comfort, but how are they made? Find out in this step-by-step guide of the production process at the Schubert helmet factory.
Friday, April 13, 2012
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder approved a bill yesterday amending the state's mandatory helmet law, giving riders 21 and older the right to choose.