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Product Review: HJC R-PHA10 helmet

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

HJC R-PHA10 helmet, £284.99 Time tested: 20000/two years What’s good? This helmet’s been under my desk for a lot of this year as it’s a couple of years old, but I pulled it out of retirement for the long days of the Tunisia trip. It’s one of the comfiest helmets I’ve worn and it still fits snugly, with room for ...

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Product Review: Caberg TourMax Sonic Helmet

Liam Marsden, 09 July 2014 08:00

Caberg TourMax Sonic Helmet, £214.99 Time Tested: Two months/800 miles What's good? Before I started using this helmet, I thought flip down sun visors were stupid. Now I realise they're practical (but till look stupid). It's nice to not have to worry about getting caught out with a dark visor on the way home. There's plenty of room for spectacles ...

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Helmet review: Scorpion VX15 Air

Liam Marsden, 06 July 2012 15:49

Scorpion VX15 Air, £119.99Miles covered/time: 400/five months What's good? This is the first off-road helmet I’ve owned and so far it’s proven to be excellent. The lining wicks moisture away easily – essential for off-road riding – and the large vents keep you cool. I’ve started wearing it on the road on hot days as it does an excellent job ...

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Suomy Vandal helmet

Liam Marsden, 13 July 2011 17:16

Suomy Vandal, £349.99Time owned/miles covered: Two months/2500 miles What's good? Suomys are generally tighter fitting than other brand helmets of the same size, but it means they don’t get too loose the more you wear them. Personally I prefer my helmet to be tight fitting. This is my second Suomy helmet and just like the first it fits my head like ...

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Helmet review: Brembo B-Jet

Liam Marsden, 20 January 2011 15:56

Brembo B-Jet helmet, 348 Euros (£295)Time owned/miles covered: Two months/470 miles What’s good: It looks like a spaceman’s helmet. The huge visor aperture provides excellent field of vision and the Automatic Fit Belt system means there’s no messing about with double-D ring fastening systems. Save cash on motorcycle helmets This could be a brilliant summer helmet – it provides the ...

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Kit review: AGV T2

Liam Marsden, 17 June 2010 10:01

AGV T2, £269.99 (on covered/time: 2000/two months What’s good? After trying several different makes of helmet to find the right fit for me I went for an AGV on the recommendation of a colleague. The first few times I wore the lid it was uncomfy round the ears, but the lining soon bedded in to the shape of my ...

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Helmet review: Shark RSR2

Liam Marsden, 25 June 2009 14:22

What’s good? This is one of the comfiest helmets I’ve ever worn. The lining took a week’s worth of riding to bed in, which I was impressed with. The thickness of the visors mean misting isn’t really a problem unless it’s extremely cold. The visor system is also the best I’ve ever encountered. Compare and buy motorcycle helmets What’s not? ...

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Clothing advice: Removing flies from your visor

Liam Marsden, 01 May 2009 15:49

It's getting to that time of year again when flies start to pepper your visor on a ride. To get them off and leave your visor scratch free, follow these simple instructions. Remove the visor from your helmet. If you're not sure how to do this then it can be kept on. Soak a piece of kitchen roll through with ...

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Helmet review: Sparx S-07 retro helmet

Liam Marsden, 18 March 2009 15:50

Best thing about it: If you crash wearing a Sparx helmet, they will replace it free of charge. If you supply them with a Police report and tell them how you thought their lid faired, you get another.  If I had less than £100 to spend on a bike helmet then this would be the one I would choose. Worst ...

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Vemar release Alex de Angelis replica

Liam Marsden, 21 March 2008 11:41

Vemar has released an Alex de Angelis replica helmet to celebrate Alex de Angelis’s move to MotoGP for 2008. The helmet is Vemar’s top of the range VSREV helmet, which is made from a material called TRICOM and weighs only 1390g. There are adjustable vents on the chin and brow and also adjustable exhaust vents at the back of the ...


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