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Product Review: MT Revenge Evo helmet

Tony Hoare, 28 January 2014 11:00

MT Revenge Evo helmet, £79.99 Time tested: 1200 miles/three months What’s good? If you don’t have oodles of cash to spend, this lid delivers reasonable comfort and spec for £80. And it scores a maximum five stars in the UK Government-funded SHARP impact tests. The test scheme has its critics, but I think it’s a valuable safety net to stop ...

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Product Review: AGV GT Veloce Aspide helmet

Tony Hoare, 09 December 2013 16:30

AGV GT Veloce Aspide helmet, £399.99 Time tested: Four months/1500 miles What’s good? The aerodynamics and adjustable fit are excellent when worn on a naked bike, which fits with the claims made that the helmet is a sports touring offering based on technology developed for Valentino Rossi’s AGV race lid. The vision through the taller and wider visor aperture is ...

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Product Review: Schuberth SRC communication collar for S2 helmet

Andy Downes, 21 October 2013 13:30

Schuberth SRC communication collar for S2 helmet, from £250Time tested/miles: One year/15,000 miles What’s good? This is the first time I have ever had any kind of in-helmet communication device and after wondering if it was going to be for me, now I can’t imagine riding without it. The collar replaces the standard Schuberth S2 collar and includes a chinbar-mounted ...

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Helmet Review: Shoei GT Air Helmet

Alison Silcox, 07 October 2013 12:30

Shoei GT Air Helmet, £469.99Time tested: 1500 miles/Three months What’s good? The comfort was great at first, with a snug but comfortable fit for rides to and from work. It’s quiet with earplugs in place and the integral visor, something I’ve never had before switching to this helmet, has proved to be useful and the lever to drop the visor ...

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Helmet Review: Davida Jet TT helmet

Andy Calton, 30 September 2013 12:00

Davida Jet TT helmet, £265Time Tested: Three months, 2000 miles What’s good? The Davida looks good and performs well. I wanted an open-face lid for riding a Harley along 1000 miles of Route 66 followed by another 800 miles up the Pacific Coast Highway. And the Davida fitted the bill perfectly. With so many different colourschemes, I was spoilt for ...

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Helmet Review: HJC IS-17 helmet

Simon Patterson, 23 September 2013 14:30

HJC IS-17 helmet, £139.99 Time tested: Five months/1400 miles What’s good? For a relatively budget-priced helmet, I’ve been really impressed with this HJC. It has an integral sun visor, comes with a free Pinlock anti-fog insert, and it looks lovely, with a metallic-effect white gloss paintjob. I’ve mainly used it for commuting and riding around town and it offers good ...

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Helmet Review: Shark Speed R

Andy Calton, 16 September 2013 12:30

Shark Speed R, £289.99Time tested: One year/3000 miles What's good? I loved the look of the Shark Speed R from the moment I first saw it online… and knew I had to have one. I love the simple design and no-nonsense lines. I'm not one for garish colours and look-at-me styling so the Shark fitted the bill. I'm normally a ...

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Helmet Review: Shark Race-R Pro Stinger

Ian Jubb, 26 August 2013 11:30

Shark Race-R Pro Stinger, £449 Time tested: 12,000 miles What’s good? A helmet is one of the most important investments when it comes to my enjoyment of riding bikes. I need peace of mind that the helmet will keep you safe, if the worst should happen. I also want to know that I’ll not be stopping every 20 minutes because ...

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Helmet Review: Arai Tour-X3 helmet

Steve Farrell, 19 July 2013 11:41

Arai Tour-X3 helmet, £349.99 (superseded by Tour-X4, £439.99) Time tested: 10,000 miles/two years What’s good? It's one helmet for everything. There's a detachable peak for off-roading, which fits over the visor, still allowing it to open and close. You can also fit the peak without the visor if goggles are your preference. Without the peak it's a road or track ...

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Helmet Review: HJC RPHA10+ helmet

Tony Hoare, 15 July 2013 09:52

HJC RPHA10+ helmet, £429.99Time used: Two months/ 1500 miles What’s good? The comfort is superb, giving a reassuringly close fit without causing any pressure points and keeping neck strain at bay thanks to its light weight of just over 1300grams. Those who’ve already used the RPHA10 will appreciate this comfort already, as the Plus model fits the same. But the ...

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