Ah, half helmets. Legally a helmet without the trouble of anything covering your face or head. I’ll spare you the lecture on motorcycle helmet safety. What you came here for is the lightest, most out of your way lid on the market. You know how to ride a bike, and you’d rather not do it […]
Motorcycle helmets are the most crucial safety gear for motorcyclists on the market. That said, there are many potential mistakes to make when picking and fitting a motorcycle helmet, not to mention all the crap out there that’s not worth its weight in dirt. We’ve sorted through the sludge for you to find the true gems. They won’t come cheap, but then again, what’s your head worth to you? Find our buyer’s guides and single reviews of many popular helmets from the high tech and high end to value and budget.
I have something to admit. Before I rode a motorcycle, I laughed at motorcycle riders. I didn’t understand it! Why would you want to risk your life and brave the elements on two wheels? I was just fine in my car. Then I got on a motorcycle for the first time… NOW I get it.
What’s got you looking for a noise canceling helmet? Is it the whistling of wind through your helmet? The screech of your uber-expensive Vance & Hines pipes? Or just the desire to actually hear your music while you ride? I’m Evan, and I’ve been there before. I even had a brush with death once as
Modular motorcycle helmets are a thing of beauty. Full face protection (from wind and pavement) when you want it, and no chin bar in your way when you’re trying to yell to your buddy at the gas station to tell him his brake light is out. But what if you didn’t have to yell? What
I have to admit something: I get pretty lonely when I’m riding off road. Sometimes I want to yell to the person following me to watch out for low bamboo (broken a visor or two). Or cheer for my buddy Sam when he finally climbed over a log without face-planting. For years I just yelled
ILM makes waves for making the highest selling motorcycle helmets on Amazon. Does that mean you should buy one? No – and let me explain why in this article. And I won’t leave you empty-handed. I’ll give you my recommendation for the best smart modular helmets this year. ILM is not new to the industry
Update for 2022: Sena has discontinued the Momentum line, replacing the top-notch EVO with the even better Stryker full face helmet. They’ve also built out a budget option priced in the same range as the old Momentum Lite – that one is called the Outforce. Check out our Sena Helmets page for more info on
In this Sena Outrush R review, I’ll let you know what my friends and I think of this popular lid; the follow up to the original Sena Outrush. And our recommendation? Don’t buy it – there’s a better option from Sena than this. The Sena Outrush R stands out for it’s modular chinbar and integrated
Is the CrossHelmet X1 a next generation motorcycle helmet design ahead of its time or a marketing gimmick? The CrossHelmet promises to teleport you in to Tron, with a HUD (heads-up display), rear-view camera, built-in Bluetooth intercom, and brake light among other “smart motorcycle helmet” features aimed at improving rider safety. It sure looks the
Looking to pick up a Sena Cavalry helmet? It’s got a reputation as one of the best Bluetooth half helmets out there, so we’re going to break down the details and see if it lives up to the hype. The first thing we should note is that Sena has discontinued the Cavalry helmet. It’s still