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Safest Motorcycle Helmet Reviews

If you’ve gotta wear a crash helmet on your bike, you might as well one that’s independently tested as offering the best protection, right?

Well, the helmets on this page have all scored either four or five stars (out of five) on the UK’s SHARP crash helmet safety testing scheme – meaning they’re just about as safe and great protecting as they come.

So check out the helmets below – go for one of these and we reckon you’ve probably gone a good way to stacking the odds in your favour should you ever have a spill.

HJC-HQ-1 crash helmet

HJC HQ-1 Review: Crash Helmets for Sale

Summary: A great SHARP 5 star rated helmet which was discounted heavily later in its life cycle so can make a great buy. Average...

A Graphic Illustration of the Difference between Expensive and Cheap Crash...

You often hear people discussing whether it's worth paying lots for cheap crash helmets (and maybe replacing them more often) or paying for a...
Roof boxer v8 crash helmet

Roof Helmet Review: the Boxer V8

Summary: The Boxer V8 range of crash helmets are well built, cool-looking and incredibly versatile. They have a good safety rating and owners are...
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Shoei XR-1100: Crash helmet reviews

Summary: Excellent ventilation, top marks for safety, comfortable, quiet and excellent build quality. One of the best. A Nice looking crash helmet that comes...
Shark-evoline-3-modular-crash-helmet

Shark Evoline 3 crash helmet review

The Shark Evoline 3 was launched early 2012 and is a little lighter than it's predecessor (though still relatively heavy because of the extra...
Arai RX7 GP crash helmet

Arai RX-7 GP: Motorcycle Helmet Reviews

Summary Top quality construction, vents that really work, quiet and good peripheral vision. Worth the price (if you can afford it!)Sharp 4 Star Safety Rating All-day-long...
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Shoei Qwest – New Crash Helmets for Sale

Summary: The Shoei Qwest has been around since 2010, replacing the Raid 2. Based on lots of  info on crash helmets around t'interweb, here's...