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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 S700S helmet

Steve Hunt, 10 June 2013 08:39

Shark S700S helmet £159.99 Tester: Steve Hunt Time tested: 3500 miles/seven months What’s good? The last year has been my first as a motorcyclist and the S700S has proved a great all-round helmet that has served me admirably in my early days of riding. A helmet is an intimate piece of equipment, so choice is very much a personal thing ...

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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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Helmet review: Shoei Neotec

Mykel Nicolaou, 16 May 2012 11:16

Shoei Neotec helmet, £469.99Time used: Two months What I like: The new Neotec had a huge reputation to live up to, as the replacement for Shoei’s hugely popular Multitec II. With an integrated sun visor and easy to use flip up mechanism coupled with an enlarged visor and multiple venting points, the Neotec is a definite step up from what ...

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Helmet review: Shoei XR1000

Alison Silcox, 24 April 2012 12:23

Shoei XR1000 (superseded by the XR1100, from £329.99)Miles covered/time: 4500/4 years (didn’t ride for 2 of these years) What’s good: This is the second Shoei that I’ve owned and, as with the first, it suits my head shape and fits well. While the padding was initially a bit snug and when removing the lid I felt like my temples where ...

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Helmet review: Davida Jet

Marc Abbott, 15 February 2012 11:59

Davida Jet helmet, £235Miles covered/time: 9100/one year, nine months What’s good: So often in the course of writing these reviews our opinions and findings are tempered by a caveat along the lines of: “thankfully, I’ve not crashed in this so can’t vouch for how it would perform, but…” I’m glad (in a way) on this occasion to say that there’s ...

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Shark Vision-R helmet

Tom Cambio, 19 December 2011 11:19

Shark Vision-R helmet, £239.99Miles covered/time: Two months/2000 miles What’s good: Shark’s Vision-R is very hard to fault. It’s well built and exudes a premium feel, with a solid visor mechanism that effectively seals, keeping out the rain and blocking any drafts, plus a plush, removable lining. The stand-out feature is the enlarged visor aperture (hence the ‘Vision-R’ name), which provides ...

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Lazer Monaco carbon-fibre flip-up helmet

Simon Brown, 15 December 2011 11:08

Lazer Monaco flip-up, £324.95 Miles covered/time: 800/two months What’s good: Made from carbon-fibre, this helmet feels incredibly light. Lazer claim 1350g, which makes it substantially lighter than the 1500g Shoei Qwest I normally favour. The flip-up mechanism is easy to use; just press a button on the underside of the chinbar and up she goes – which saves taking my ...

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Davida Jet

Marc Abbott, 05 December 2011 14:58

Davida Jet helmet, £235Miles covered/time: 9000/One year, eight months 
 What’s good? Since I started wearing this helmet my enjoyment of motorcycling has doubled. The essence of riding, for me, is about attachment to your surroundings – the sights, sounds and especially smells – and cocooning ones head in a full-face helmet (regardless of the very clear and well-proven safety ...

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Flip-front helmets on the MCN Shop

Marc Abbott, 14 October 2011 11:39

Wearing a flip-front lid gives you the flexibility to ride full-face when it suits and open-face for convenience (ideal at petrol stations, providing they don't make you take it off in the first place!). Here are five affordable flip-fronts available on our online shop at www.mcnshop.com MTR K12, £69.95Integral retractable sun visor, adjustable chin and top vents, breat deflector, chin ...

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