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Guides

Here are some guides which we hope will help you when choosing and buying your next helmet. If there’s anything else you’d like us to cover in our guides, please let us know by visiting the contact page at the bottom of the screen.

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We always say that if you're riding any distance, stick in some ear plugs to protect your hearing.There's loads of resources online to tell...
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All motorbike helmets - and that includes the visors - are subject to rigorous standards and thorough testing before they go on sale in Europe...
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What are photochromic visors? Photochromic means something that changes colour in response to light. So, in the case of visors, that means a visor that will...
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Carbon fibre is a composite material usually made up of a carbon fibre weaved fabric set in a resin - usually plastic.The great thing...
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Fibreglass was the wonder material of its age. Originally developed in the 1930's it was their carbon fibre moment.It's a cheap, light weight, strong...
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What is a micrometric motorcycle helmet fastener? The micrometric (or micro ratchet, or plain ratchet) fastener is a relative newcomer to motorcycle crash helmets. It...
EQRS emergency quick release system for motorcycle crash helmets

What is EQRS or Emergency Quick Release System? EQRS is a system designed to help remove a motorcycle helmet without damaging a rider's neck and...
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What is a dual-homologated or P/J homologated motorcycle helmet? Good question.It's a term coined by the European ECE 22.05 motorcycle helmet testing legislation and relates...
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What's a composite motorcycle helmet? Motorcycle crash helmets are made in a wide variety of materials - but often they're created using a mixture of different materials...

A visor that fogs up is at worse incredibly dangerous - and at best a massive pain in the arse.The problem is that most...