It’s Been Around For A While Now, But It’s Still Worth Considering For Comfort and Safety
For comfort, safety and high performance in a modular design you should take a look at the Shoei Multitec motorcycle helmet. So let’s recap the various features that made this helmet a revolutionary product when it first hit the market. [click to continue…]
Flip Up Helmets Deserve Their Rising Popularity As They Are Now Serious Players In The Rider Protection Gear Space
Shoei have announced the release of the Neotec; a new model of flip-up helmet that they claim to be a significant improvement over its predecessor, the popular Multitec.
Shoei has stated that the Neotec is not considered as a replacement for the Multitec but as a complementary offering. Shoei are offering a choice of two flip-up helmets in its current line up. [click to continue…]
If You Don’t Want To Spend The Dollars On An RF-1100, Then Take A Look At the Qwest
When Shoei released the Qwest helmet they made a number of subtle changes to their design. They claim the helmet is on average about 2.2 dB quieter under normal road riding conditions.
For some reason Shoei decided to label it as the ultimate touring helmet. Sure, it meets that need nicely, but it can just as easily be used by the week-end sports rider. But I guess that’s their choice. [click to continue…]
It’s Been Around For A While Now, But It Still Rates 4.7 Out Of 5 By Riders Who Actually Own The Helmet
The Shoei DS Hornet has been available for some time now, released in the USA in 2008. It was specifically designed for the adventure touring and dual sport market.
Since that time, Arai have released their latest dual sports helmet in the XD-4, and by comparison, the DS Hornet still looks good. I own several helmets; one of which is a Hornet DS. I’ve had it for a couple of years and it is still my favorite helmet for long distance general touring. [click to continue…]