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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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Video: HJC RPHA 10+ Lorenzo replica review

MCN, 20 May 2013 11:54

MCN consumer editor Tony Hoare has been testing the new HJC RPHA 10+ helmet over the past few weeks, covering over 1500 miles in the process. The helmet, as used by Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies, is HJC's update to their RPHA 10. brightcove.createExperiences();

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Helmet review: Arai Tour-X3

Steve Farrell, 02 February 2012 15:02

Arai Tour-X3, £354.99 (£299 on MCN Shop; superseded by Arai Tour-X4) Miles covered/time: 3500/one year What’s good: It’s an off- and on-road lid in one.  Detach the peak and you have a normal helmet for the road. Put it back on and it’s an off-road/adventure lid with a visor. The Arai name gives you a certain confidence in the level ...

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Scorpion Exo-1000

Dan Aspel, 12 October 2011 17:05

Scorpion Exo-1000, £259.99Miles covered/time: 600/two months What’s good: Surprisingly, the inflatable cheek pads inside the Scorpion EXO-1000 aren’t just a gimmick. The extra support they provide is reassuring as they manage to expand without exerting too much pressure against any one area. The pump and release buttons are well placed on the inside of the chin guard and are as generally ...

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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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Nexx XR1R Carbon helmet

Dan Aspel, 13 July 2011 15:09

Nexx XR1R Carbon helmet, £299.99Miles covered/time: 1000/two months What’s good: This is the best road helmet I’ve worn. The visor is very tall and broad, giving you a fantastic view of the road, sky, clocks and neighbouring lanes. It makes the slit-like view from my AGV Stealth SV feel like wearing Ned Kelly’s steel helmet in comparison. Unlike any other ...

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HJC RPHA-10 helmet

Steve Farrell, 17 May 2011 09:40

HJC RPHA-10 helmet, £249.99 (£229.99 on MCN shop) Steve Farrell Miles covered/time: 3000/three months What's good: For me, the best thing is the fit. I’m sure I’m not alone in having an oval-shaped head. Many helmets which initially seem to fit cause an agonising pressure point on my forehead after an hour of wearing. The HJC RPHA-10, though, fits perfectly. ...

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Helmet review: HJC IS-MULTI

Dan Aspel, 06 January 2011 12:02

HJC IS-MULTI helmet, £169.99Miles covered/time: 3000/three months What’s good? HJC claims this is “seven helmets in one”. It’s actually more like four in one (we don’t think adding the sun shield counts) but that’s still seriously impressive. What this means is that if you buy an IS-MULTI you can ride a sports bike, a cruiser, a supermoto and a trailie ...

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Helmet review: Shark RSR2 Carbon

Adam Child, 26 November 2010 16:39

Shark RSR2 Carbon, £449.99Miles covered: 20,000+/two years What’s good? I’ve worn these every time I’ve been on track over the last few years. Sadly, I fear I may have written it off during my biggie at Cadwell a few weeks back. The visor and the side of the lid are scuffed, but I’m going to send it to Shark for ...

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Helmet review: Shark RSR2 carbon

Simon Relph, 10 September 2010 17:57

Shark RSR2 carbon, £449.99Miles covered/time: 2800/11 monthsWhat’s good? I tend to wear this on a daily basis as my commuter helmet, it’s very smart looking with its carbon/kevlar finish on the lower part. A very easy to change visor system, with probably the sturdiest visor I have ever come across, at 3mm thick, it is dual treated so it is ...

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