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Product Review: MT Le-Mans helmet

Steve Hunt, 16 April 2014 14:30

MT Le-Mans helmet, £54.99 Time tested: Six months/ 400 milesWhat’s good? This is a quality open-face lid for a pretty amazing price from Spanish firm MT. The excellent, faux-leather lining is extremely well padded and because the EPS [expanded polystyrene] liner is of varying thickness across the circumference of the lid, MT have rid the helmet of unnecessary bulk.  The ...

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Product Review: HJC RPHA10+ Carbon helmet

Steve Hunt, 09 April 2014 10:30

HJC RPHA10+ Carbon helmet, £399.99 Time tested: Six months/2000 miles What’s good? HJC’s top-of-the-range sports helmet boasts a carbon-fibre shell, keeping it light, and it’s the most comfortable helmet I've ever worn. The light weight is fantastic and the finish is excellent, with a hexagonal pattern running across the outer layer of the carbon shell. But it’s not all about ...

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Product Review: Shark Race-R Pro Carbon

Richard Newland, 25 March 2014 11:30

Shark Race-R Pro Carbon, £499.99 Time tested: Three months / 3,500 miles What’s good? I’m not known for swapping helmet brands on a regular basis, but after nearly 20 years exclusively wearing one brand I thought it was time to broaden my horizons a little. I last tried a Shark on when Foggy was dominating WSB, but couldn’t get on ...

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Helmet review: Shark Vision R GT

Steve Hunt, 04 March 2014 11:00

Shark Vision-R GT Carbon Inko (£379.99)Tester: Steve HuntTime tested: 3500 miles/12 months What’s good? The Vision-R offers the widest and most panoramic view through the visor of any helmet I’ve worn. I took this helmet as my first choice for touring through France and Germany last year and it allowed me to soak in every aspect of the glorious scenery. ...

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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: 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: 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: Arai Rebel

Andy Davidson, 02 May 2013 15:46

Arai Rebel: £439.99Time tested: 3900 miles/ six weeks What’s good? I took ownership of a Rebel helmet five days before I left the UK for a 10-day, 2600-mile trip to Slovenia in deepest winter. I wore it every single day, on one occasion for 24 hours only taking it off for petrol and food (find out why in a future ...

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