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wBW readers and fans of modular helmets everywhere will note that the original Shoei Neotec was introduced in 2012, and since its introduction it has rightfully earned and maintained its reputation as one of the best modular helmets around. In fact, earlier this year we selected it for our recommended modular helmets guide. The Neotec …

Updated February, 2018 If you’re in the market for a helmet that will provide you with the best protection available, a full face helmet is the route to go. These helmets are designed to not only protect just your head, but your jaw and face as well. They also offer a much quieter ride by …

Updated February, 2018 Dirt bike gear and street motorcycle gear are quite different from each other. A dual sport helmet, on the other hand, combines the best features of both into a single helmet that can be used effectively both off-road and on-road. Whether or not you should be buying a dual-sport helmet really depends …

Updated February, 2018 An open face helmet is pretty self explanatory: a helmet that does not cover the face, only the head. They resemble almost a nutshell, or a beefed-up scrum cap, resting on your head. Although they have such a simple design, there are many different styles and features within the open face category. …

Updated February, 2018 Half helmets were mainly popular in the 1960s in the British Isles. These helmets were sometimes referred to as Pudding Basins or as a Shorty. They rock a design similar to that of an open face helmet, sharing the same bowl shape but lacking the lowered rear. Half helmets provide the minimum …

Updated January, 2018 Modular helmets offer the perfect blend of style and function. The evolution of the modular helmet has been, like all motorcycle safety gear, continuous and explosive. The perfect hybrid between the full face and open face helmet, a modular allows you that additional level of comfort and convenience. If you’re in the …