A Bold New Graphic -the HJC CS-R2 Contrast Helmet

A popular helmet, the HJC CS-R2 has introduced a new wild black and white graphic to their line up. Let me give you a brief overview of this motorcycle helmet and then you can check out the below video’s, along with the other colors/designs, so you can see which suits your personality.


With an advanced aerodynamic polycarbonate composite shell, the HJC CS-R2 Contrast Helmet is DOT approved, tough, durable and will keep you safe while out riding. Equipped with a ventilation system that channels the air around your head and out the back of the helmet, you’ll keep cool with no problems. To keep you dry as well as comfy, the plush Nylex liner is fully removable and washable, so you can pull it out if it gets dirty. Optically correct with an anti-scratch coating, offering 95% UV protection, the quick and easy to replace shield can be exchanged for a different color or replaced, in just seconds, if it happens to get damaged.









Identical in construction this riding helmet is available in seven bright colored graphics in the HJC CS-R2 Storm Helmet. Or if you prefer something more sedate, the HJC CS-R2 Solid Helmets are made in six basic colors. But then again, you might like the bold splashy design of the HJC CS-R2 Skarr Helmets, which comes in three colorways.

Also available in the HJC CS-R2 line of helmets are all the replacement parts, the shields come in various colors, gradient, anti-fog, pinlock and even snowmobile options. Plus there are replacement chin curtains and breath boxes, so no worries if you happen to rough up your helmet, you can easily repair it. Check out the video’s below for a more in depth look at this great motorcycle helmet.



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