But this is a handy feature, especially for touring riders, because a quick press of the button provides enough light to read a map, make a phone call or search through the panniers to find that missing Zero bar.
The Jiano EVO TC has a large top vent assembly and chin bar vent, both of which portend good ventilation. The rotating visor feels solid and has a strong detent to hold it open for gas stops or when off the bike.
Vemar is in the process of updating their entire helmet lineup, and Motonation also had an updated Vemar Eclipse at the show and I added a photo below.
We’ll be reviewing both the new Vemar Jiano EVO TC and the Vemar Eclipse soon.