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Nexx XR2

Arai Defiant


AGV Skyline


Kabuto Aeroblade III


Kabuto FF-5V

Shoei RF-1200

Nolan N86

Shark Vision-R GT Carbon

AGV Horizon

Shoei GT Air (13)

AFX FX-120

Schuberth SR1 USA DOT

Vemar Geo

Schuberth S2 DOT

Nolan N85 (12)


AGV Grid

Schuberth S2

KBC VR4R Carbon

Vemar Storm

Bell Vortex Archangel

Arai Signet-Q

AFX Magnus

Schuberth SR1 (11)


Vemar Eclipse


Scorpion EXO-500

Bell RS-1

Caberg Ego

 Bell Arrow

 Arai Vector 2

 Bell Vortex


 Shoei Qwest (10)


 Akuma R3 Apache

 Arai RX-Q

 Nexx XR1R Carbon

 Shark S900

 AGV T-2

 Reevu MSX1 Rear View Helmet

 Bell Star 2010


 HJC CL-16

 Shoei X-12 (X-Twelve)

 Nexx XR1R

 Shoei RF-1100

 Zeus ZS-806

Akuma Phantom II


Shark RSF3

Arai Corsair V

KBC Tarmac

Fulmer D4

Blutek Bluetooth Helmets

Scorpion EXO-700 Neon

HJC FS-15 Carbon (8)

Xpeed XF-705

AGV Stealth

OGK FF-5 (8)

Shark RSX

Vemar VTXE

Bell Star Info, Photos, Video

Vemar VSREV "Italy"

Icon Airframe

SparX S-07


GMAX GM68S (7)

Scorpion EXO-1000


Akuma Stealth

Nolan N94 Casey Stoner Replica

Bell Zephyr

Shark S 650

Scorpion EXO-400

Schuberth R1

Zox Azuma R

KBC Force RR


Joe Rocket RKT 101

URBAN N20 Astro

Arai Vector

Akuma V-1 "Ghost Rider" (6)



Bell Apex

Shoei TZ-R

Suomy Vandal

HJC AC-12 Carbon Fiber

Arai Profile

Shark RSI

Osbe X-Race

AFX FX-11 Lightforce


Icon Mainframe

Nitro N1200-VX

Craft R2 and Craft RX6

Reevu Rear-View Mirror Helmet


Bell Sprint

AGV Ti-Tech vs. Suomy Spec-1R

AGV Ti-Tech Rossi

Zamp JS-1

HJC CL-14 (5)

Fulmer AFS7

Arai Quantum II

Scorpion EXO-700

Schuberth S1

Shark RSR

M2R MR10

Vemar VSR Chrome


Shoei RF-1000

Roof RO10 LeMans


Shoei X-Eleven (X-Spirit)

Baehr/FM With Speakers


KBC VR-1 Euro

X-lite (Nolan) X-901

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Lazer Monaco DOT

LS2 FF394

Roof Desmo

Nexx X30V


Caberg Justissimo GT

Roof Boxer V8

AFX FX-140

Caberg Duke

Nolan N-104

Shoei Neotec

Vemar Attivo

Lazer Monaco


Vemar Jiano EVO TC

AGV Miglia II

Bell Revolver

 Schuberth C3 DOT


 Zox Genessis RN2

Vega Summit 3.0

Schuberth SRC and C3

Nolan N90 (10)

Shark Evoline Series 2

Caberg Konda

CMS SUV Apribile

Caberg Sintesi Follow-Up

Suomy D20

Caberg Sintesi

 Zeus ZS-3000 Snell

Scorpion EXO-900


Nexx X30

Shark Evoline

Schuberth C3

Fulmer M1 Modus

Shark Evoline

Nolan N103


Nolan N102

ROOF Boxer V

Nolan X-lite X-1002




Vega Summit XPV


Vemar Jiano


Shoei Multitec

AGV Miglia

Shoei Syncrotec Police Helmet

Z1R Eclipse

ROOF Boxer

Zeus ZS-508

HJC Sy-Max

Vox Flip-up

Zox Nevado

Caberg Trip

Shoei Syncrotec Police Helmet LED

Vega Summit II

Schuberth C2

Caberg Justissimo

Jarow Mono X2

Jarow Convertible

Lazer Century

Modular Helmet Reviews
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Shark Raw

Nolan N44

Airoh J106

 X-Lite X-402GT


 Caberg HyperX (11)

HJC IS-Multi

Vemar CKQI Bluetooth

Nolan N43 Trilogy (Info)

Nolan N43 "Air" (9)


Givi X.01

Schuberth J1

Schuberth J1

Airoh TR1

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Shoei J-Cruise

Arai CT-Z

HJC IS-33 vs. Fulmer 755


Zeus ZS-210C


Zeus ZS-608

Nexx X60

Cromwell Spitfire

Davida Classic Jet

Fulmer V2 "Easy Rider"

Lazer Rider Superskin


ROOF Rover


GPA "Aircraft" Helmet

URBAN N350 Moto

Dainese Jet Stream Tourer

Bell Shorty

Draxtar P-104

MOMO Komposit CF

Vega XTS

Bell Mag-8

Dual Sport Helmet Reviews

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X-Lite X-551

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Arai XD3

Simpson GS3 MX


Zeus ZS-2100 B

Marushin X-Moto Squadron


Arai XD

Airoh S4

Shoei Hornet

Motocross and Off-Road Helmet Reviews

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Fulmer RX4


Airoh Terminator

Airoh Trr Trials Helmet

Airoh Aviator



Vemar VRX7

Shoei VFX-R Air Pastrana 2

Helmet Owner Reports

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Nolan N43E

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Shark RSR2 Helmet Comparison

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Zeus ZS-3000 and More!

Vemar CKQI Bluetooth

Akuma High-Tech Visors


EXO-700 Neon

Schuberth C3

CMS D-Jet "Jet" Helmet

CMS XR-7 Motocross Helmet

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Pinlock Anti-Fog Visor

Polar Optics Tinted Helmet Lens

el Cheapo Sun Shade

Motorcycle Sunglasses, Eyeglasses and Goggles

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Motorcycle Helmet Size Chart: The wBW Motorcycle Helmet Size Chart includes sizing comparisons up to 5XL

Helmet Intercom & Speakers: See the wBW Motorcycle Intercom page and the Motorcycle Bluetooth Intercom page for more information and motorcycle intercom reviews

Motorcycle Helmet Safety Compliance Testing:  Here are the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) safety testing compliance pass/fail and recall reports for the years 2000 to 2006.  Some very interesting helmets have failed testing...  |  U.S. motorcycle helmet laws by state  |  Also see the wBW Motorcycle Helmet FAQ page and the Motorcycle Safety page for more information on international motorcycle helmet safety standards

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Motorcycle Helmet Manufacturers: NOTE: It's sometimes difficult to determine where a helmet is made, as some are manufactured and re-labeled for use in various countries  |  Many of these helmets have been reviewed; see the wBW Review Index page for more information:

AFX Helmets  |  AGV  |  Airoh - Made in Italy  |  Arashi - once claimed to be the lightest helmets in the world; now apparently with limited distribution, no website?  |  Arai*  |  Bell Helmets* is back in the U.S.A.  |  Bieffe  |  Blutek Helmets are Bluetooth enabled and meet DOT standards  |  BMW helmets (UK); click on "Rider Equipment" in the "Products" column, then "Helmets"  |  Box helmets are distributed by Oxford Products  |  Bye Helmets are sold in Europe; the company is apparently owned by Yamaha  |  Caberg helmets (aka Jarow); here's the Caberg USA website  |  CMS Helmets from Portugal  |  Craft Helmets - now DOT FMVSS 218  |  Cromwell Helmets are back!  The Spitfire has a stainless steel and aluminum shell!  |  Davida classic style helmets  |  Devel Helmets - can't find their website?  |  Draxtar helmets are made for fighter pilots but are ECE approved for motorcyclists!   |  Ergon (made by Dainese); not sure if they are still manufactured under the Ergon brand name?  |  Everoak Helmets - Made in England and available again for the first time since the 1960's; "Britain's first 'Full Jet' racing helmet  |  FM Helmets makes many different helmet models; available in the U.S. from FastLap  |  Fulmer  |  Grex - Italian  |  HJC  |  Icon helmets  |  KBC  |  Shoei  |  Lazer (merged with AGV and MDS)  |  Levior - modern and retro helmets from Germany since 1904  |  LS2 Helmets interesting helmets made in Spain with very limited distribution  |  wBW Max helmets owner's reports page  |  MHR Helmets  |  Momo Helmets  |  MT Helmets - Spain  |  M2R  |  Nau Helmets are made in Portugal; they also make helmets sold under other brand names in Europe  |  Nexx Helmets in Portugal make a variety of helmets with denim, leather and colored coverings  |  Nitro helmets  |  Nolan  |  NXT  |  NZI - Made in Spain, ECE 22.04 approved; many styles and colors and used by many motorcycle racers  |  OGK Helmets  |  Osbe  |  Premier Helmets - Italy; Phil Read used to wear Premier helmets  |  Rockhard Helmets have some unique designs based on rock bands and more  |  Rodia (China)  |  Rider  |  ROOF - the ROOF Boxer, Diversion and others; see the wBW "User Reports" for the ROOF Boxer and Roadster  |  RST helmets sold by Harpers  |  Schuberth  |  Scorpion  | Seer makes custom shorty and Police helmets  |  Shark  |  Simpson  |  Spada helmets available at Feridax in the U.K.  |  Suomy Helmets  |  Takachi helmets are available at Buffalo in the UK  |  THH HelmetsUvex Helmets are made in Germany  |  Vector  |  Vega  |  Vemar home site in Italy and Vemar USA  |  X-lite - made by Nolan  |  Zamp Helmets  |  Zeus  |  Zox Helmets are new to motorcycling, offering what appear to be very reasonably priced helmets  |  Many of these helmets have been reviewed; see the wBW Review Index page for a listing

Online Sources for Motorcycle Helmets:  Designer Helmets (U.K.) carries ROOF, Momo and more and ships worldwide  |   Helmets Etc. carries Bell, HJC, KBC, Shoei and more  |  The OGK Shop has OGK helmets and will ship worldwide (see the wBW review of the OGK FF-3 and FF-4; they also run the Nitro Helmets site (UK) with worldwide shipping

More Helmets:  Phillips Helmets are the inventors of the Phillips Head Protection System (PHPS) and "designers of the world's most technically advanced motorcycle helmet".  They claim that "tests show that the PHPS concept ... provides 60% more protection from rotational injury than conventional helmets" and that the "PHPS is the most significant advance in helmet safety technology since the 1960s and is set to become the industry norm for protection against rotational injury". 

"The helmet, which simulates the action of the scalp on the skull in deflecting tangential force, has been developed with the support of Brookhouse Composites.  The helmet is the brainchild of Dr Ken Phillips, a former Medical Doctor, who began development of the concept some nine years ago.   Essentially, it consists of a lightweight shell over which a membrane can move in the event of oblique force acting on it.  A lubricant is introduced between shell and membrane to reduce friction and the shell is fitted with a liner.

The design and manufacture of a prototype helmet was done by the Industrial Design Consultancy (IDC), of Datchet and the finite element analysis by the Transport Research Laboratories (TRL).

These showed that the new helmet reduced the coefficient of friction by around 60% compared with conventional helmets, so reducing the effects of rotational forces in a collision, while offering equal protection to linear forces and weighed roughly the same as conventional helmets."  |  Brock Helmets "porous closed cell composites" is claimed to allow a "free flow of air in all directions throughout the foam"  |  The Reevu MSX1 has a built-in rearview mirror!  |  The Arashi Typhoon; once claimed to be the lightest helmet in the world; now apparently no longer in business  |  The X3 helmet concept with voice activated visor!  |  The ROOF "Boxer" helmet has a flip-up front that rotates all the way to the back of the helmet; also has a pull down tinted visor; see the wBW ROOF Owner Reports Page

Enduro Styled Motorcycle Helmets: See the wBW Review Index page for a listing of our Enduro helmet reviews

Children's Motorcycle Helmets:  Caberg now makes the first flip-up helmet for children;  called the Junior, it's available in various colors and it meets ECE 22.05 safety standards and is available in sizes XXXS, XXS, XS and Small.  They also make the Jet child's helmet in the same sizes  |  Mini Champ multi-size helmet for children at Impact Racing Products  |  Vemar makes the VJBV with children's graphics

Motorcycle Helmet Distributors:  SMF Cycles distributes Craft Helmets in the U.S.A.  |  Benchmark Helmets now distributes Momo and Laura Smith helmets in the U.S.A.

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Flip-up - Modular Motorcycle Helmets: See the wBW Review Index page for a listing of all of our flip-up or modular helmet reviews

More Flip-up Helmets: See the wBW helmet review listings for flip-up and modular helmet reviews

Very Large Sized Motorcycle Helmets: The wBW Extra Large Motorcycle Helmets page has more information on where to find very large sized motorcycle helmets!

White Helmets, Safety and Rider Visibility
  • The Motorcycle Rider Conspicuity and Crash Related Injury study conducted over 3 years in New Zealand (1993-1996) found that:
  • Motorcycle crash-related injuries occurred mostly in urban areas with a 50 km/h speed limit (66%).
  • Most crashes occurred during the day (63%) and in good weather (72%).
  • Riders wearing reflective or fluorescent clothing had a 37% lower risk than other riders.
  • Compared with wearing a black helmet, use of a white helmet was associated with a 24% lower risk.
  • Self reported light colored helmet versus dark colored helmet was associated with a 19% lower risk.
  • 75% of motorcycle riders had their headlight turned on during the day, and this was associated with a 27% lower risk.
  • No association occurred between risk and the frontal color of riders' clothing or motorcycle color.
  • The risks are 33% for wearing no reflective or fluorescent clothing, 18% for a non-white helmet, 11% for a dark colored helmet, and 7% for no daytime headlight operation.

Conclusions: Low conspicuity may increase the risk of motorcycle crash related injury. Increasing the use of reflective or fluorescent clothing, white or light colored helmets, and daytime headlights are simple, cheap interventions that could considerably reduce motorcycle crash related injury and death.

"Max" Brand Motorcycle Helmets -  See the wBW MAX Motorcycle helmets Owner's Reports page

"Classic" Motorcycle Helmets: Cromwell Helmets are available at Designer Helmets (UK)  |  Open Face Helmets (UK) specializes in modern and retro open face, "Jet" and scooter helmets from many different manufacturers  |  Davida makes some nice-looking classic helmets

Motorcycle Helmet Accessories:  Coolvizion holographic visor inserts - eyes, bullet holes and more!  |  Reduce helmet buffeting with Rumble Strips  |  The Respro "Foggy" breath guard fits inside of any helmet and protects the visor from fogging up; get one next time you're in the U.K.!  |  Skinners novelty helmet covers go over the helmet to add a touch of whimsy  |  wBW review of the Windjammer II Helmet Wind Blocker - decreases noise and cold air drafts  |  Also see the wBW review of the NOJ Quiet Rider wind blocker, complete with MP3 sound files of before/after installation!

Motorcycle Reflective Decals - Stickers:  More info on reflective stickers - see the wBW review of Flashback brand retro-reflective stickers and more also much more on the wBW Motorcycle Safety page

Motorcycle Helmet Liners: See the wBW review of Coolmax and Slik helmet liners  |  Buff Australia makes many different types of helmet liners for a variety of sports, including motorcycling  |  Turtle Fur balaclavas can be found at L.L. Bean and other retailers  |  Sliks helmet liners and neck warmers  |  American Roadrider single sided and reversible helmet liners  |  Zub winter headwear is an all-purpose helmet liner, Balaclava and neck warmer

Motorcycle Helmet Testing: Got a new design you think will save your skull? Get it tested at Biokinetics  |  More on this topic on the wBW Motorcycle Safety page

Painting Motorcycle Helmets:  Peter Frechette does some fantastic looking helmet art  |  Armentor Artworks does custom motorcycle and helmet painting; check out their site, some pretty cool designs! |  Bike Paints does custom motorcycle helmet painting, including cartoon characters or your custom designs  |  How to paint or airbrush a motorcycle helmet; has some text and photos  |  BK Designs does some really professional work  |  Helmet painting done by Offbeat Productions  |  T.C.'s Specialized Graphics; custom painting of motorcycle helmets with all types of graphic designs  |  Very cool and interesting motorcycle helmet painting at SM Designs; they also have a video on how to paint motorcycle helmets  |  Airbrush by Von Otto - apparently no longer in business?

Motorcycle Helmet Paint: Spray Tech Systems distributes professional quality airbrush equipment, compressors and more

Motorcycle Helmet Face Shields - Visors: Now on the wBW Motorcycle Helmet Visors page, including anti-fog visors, face shields, electrically heated visors, motorcycle goggles and sunglasses

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From "J.R." (March 2012):  "Thank you for your excellent helmet info website, loads of sensible info! You say the one reason for possibly having a flip front disappeared when you trimmed your glasses to make fitting easy once a full face lid is on? I know this isn't normally within the remit of general biking advice, and is only my opinion, but....

A few years back I did a first aid course here in the UK. I happened to ride to it, and the lady running it used me as a chance to teach the class how to remove the helmet of an unconscious rider. Not a normal part of the course but welcome.

It was obvious to all that even with several extra pairs of hands, on a carpet, in a class room and with no stress its pretty much impossible to do it without some vertebrae movement. The lady said that if your life was in the balance then the possibility of further spine damage takes a back seat, that lids coming off!

That becomes quite a big factor in favour of flip fronts, if mouth to mouth, oxygen delivery etc. can be done without removing the lid.

I've only had Arai Tour X's previously to cover both commuting and the small bit of off road I've done, but recently tried everything in a shop ending with a very comfy Multitec flip, despite having read a lot of your site! Currently waiting to try the new one with visor, and another shops whole stock to try, but that was a comfy lid!

Thank you for your continued efforts!"

From "L. B-O." (October 2010): "AGV GP-Tech (mostly compared to my only other helmet, a Schuberth R1 (review).  Besides from being 3XL huge, my head is (clearly) long oval.  The only helmets I've found to fit are the Schuberth R1 and S1/-pro + Arai Signet/(Profile?).  I was skeptical, but took my chances on a $375 Combat red.  It fits, but could not be any less oval before it would be wrong for me.

My impression:

Thanks for a great source of information - keep up the good work!"

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