Full protection and an affordable price is what you’ll get with the Z1R Venom Helmets. Available in several colorways, check out this full face helmet to see if we have one to suit you. Constructed of an advanced ABS/Polycarbonate shell that is DOT approved, this helmet sports a dual density EPS liner to keep your noggin safe, along with a removable Heal-Tec liner to keep you comfy. Several vents keep your head cool, while a fog-free shield allows you to see the road ahead at all times.
Cool colors, a retro design and old school graphics are what go into this DOT approved 1950’s rendition of an open face helmet. The Bell Custom 500 Helmet is tough enough to protect you in a spill, but cool enough to wear while riding down the highway.
Icon is known for pushing the edge in motorcycle gear and the new graphics they’ve come up with for the Mexican inspired Icon Airframe Vaquero Helmet and the wild leopard design of the Icon Airframe Sauvetage Helmets are no exception.
I learned a few lessons from a full face helmet this weekend on my bike trip. One, it makes a world of difference when you get caught in the rain and two, it really helps buffer the wind while riding long distance on the highway. And the outstanding bonus of test riding with the GMax GM78 Firestarter Womens Helmet was the internal drop down sun visor.
On a girls motorcycle trip to the mountains recently I was able to test ride with the Fly Racing 357 Flame Half Helmet and not only did it have cute Pink Flames, my favorite, but it was really comfortable. Plus it had an internal drop down sun visor that proved to come in very handy during a rain shower.