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Racing Motorcycle Helmets are the most technologically advanced motorcycle helmets available. Based on technologies developed in the MotoGP, these Full-Face Motorcycle Helmets offer the greatest level of safety, comfort, and light weight. They are also often made of the highest quality shell materials for enhanced impact protection and they will have a focus on aerodynamics. Overall, these are the best helmets to get if you plan to drive fast.
Most Racing Helmets are made of either fiberglass, fiberglass composites, or carbon fiber. These shell materials are much more rigid than polycarbonate and, as a result, perform much better in any high impact collision. These materials also ensure that the helmet has a light weight to reduce strain on the neck while in racing or sport-touring position.
For ventilation, racing helmets frequently rate among the coolest helmets. When in proper racing position, these helmets move vast quantities of air through the helmet, which is essential during adrenaline fueled racing and sport riding. Often these vents are adjustable, though some only come with stoppers, and are found in the chin and forehead with air outlets positioned in the back underneath the helmet’s spoiler.
The visor of Motorcycle Racing Helmets also include special features that should be taken into consideration. Though racing visors come with the standard features of being anti-fog Pinlock prepared and having the insert lens in the box, they can also play a crucial role in the helmet’s aerodynamics. For example, some visors include vortex generations to stabilize the helmet at high speeds. Additionally, it is a good idea to see if the helmet comes with tear off pins as well, which will allow you to quickly clear your visor during a race.
The liners of Motorcycle Sports Helmets are often specially designed to offer a high level of racing comfort. Race helmet liners frequently come with liner adjustment mechanisms that allow you to get a custom fit. Other helmets will also offer features such as additional hydration systems, which can be connected to a water bag in your jacket or suit.
If you’re curious to find out more about the different features in Motorcycle Race Helmets as well as their performance on the road, then make sure to check out our YouTube channel. There, we review and road test these helmets while collecting data to give you as clear an idea of the helmet as possible.