So What Lid Are You Wearing?

RiderSkill

Wannabie Member
Feb 24, 2019
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I ride a
BMW F800GS
Wow, so few Arai (Arais?) ..... mmmmm what's the plural for Arai? Got three or four, one unused now as it's ancient, an original RX7RR custom painted by Dream Machine in the UK back in 1993 I reckon. Now you get to know my real name!

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blipblip

Wannabie Member
Apr 20, 2019
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England
I ride a
zx10r
I currently wear an Agv corsa-r. Always stuck with agv as I’ve had a few crashes and my coconut is still intact

Me and the gf’s decommissioned crashed helmets we had quite an embarrassing let’s show off / racer kind of stage... she loves her hjc’s

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My current corsas

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scottrod

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May 15, 2018
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I ride a
Harley Davidson V Rod
I'm still wearing my Bell Qualifier DLX however fancy a change and going to look at some Simpson helmets on Friday.

Anyone got one and whats their thoughts?
 
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HippoDrone

Admin
Jan 2, 2017
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I ride a
2012 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone
I'm still wearing my Bell Qualifier DLX however fancy a change and going to look at some Simpson helmets on Friday.

Anyone got one and whats their thoughts?
I have a Simpson, it is quite old now, and feels heavy and cheap and noisy. Looks cool AF though. Am sure their newer lids are better quality (I hope)
 
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HeyItsRick

MotoRickyRicardo
Apr 6, 2018
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I ride a
2017 Harley Davidson Iron 833
Right now I'm sporting the Biltwell Lanesplitter in bronze metallic with a gold lens. Took like 2-3 weeks to break in, it was real tight around my jaw but its just snug enough to be comfortable now. I will say for motovlogging...its probably the best, there's 3 vents right in the mouth area that are not closable. You pick up alot of engine noise but surprisingly not alot of wind. So far I'm pretty happy with it for commuting.
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LoneWolfer

Lone Wolfer Garage
Jun 1, 2017
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www.thelonwolfer.com
I ride a
Harley Nightster & Suzuki Savage
Right now I'm sporting the Biltwell Lanesplitter in bronze metallic with a gold lens. Took like 2-3 weeks to break in, it was real tight around my jaw but its just snug enough to be comfortable now. I will say for motovlogging...its probably the best, there's 3 vents right in the mouth area that are not closable. You pick up alot of engine noise but surprisingly not alot of wind. So far I'm pretty happy with it for commuting.View attachment 4289
I have been thinking about getting one of these. I currently have the Gringo 2 DOT. I am also looking at the new Gringo S ECE lids. Biltwell's fit my head so much better than other brands.
 

RiderSkill

Wannabie Member
Feb 24, 2019
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I ride a
BMW F800GS
Right now I'm sporting the Biltwell Lanesplitter in bronze metallic with a gold lens. Took like 2-3 weeks to break in, it was real tight around my jaw but its just snug enough to be comfortable now. I will say for motovlogging...its probably the best, there's 3 vents right in the mouth area that are not closable. You pick up alot of engine noise but surprisingly not alot of wind. So far I'm pretty happy with it for commuting.View attachment 4289
That looks awesome - proper fighter jet style!
 

CBRHoonigan

#1 Hoonigan
Apr 20, 2014
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I ride a
Anything with 2 wheels, ride it like you stole it.
The collection from right to left Rpha10, shoei nxr shakey byrne rep, Shoei x spirit 3 Bradley smith rep, rpha10 plus zappy and a carbon shark speed r i believe its called
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RideOnTwo

Smart Ass
Jun 14, 2019
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I ride a
BMW F750GS
I have a modular HJC IS that was great till I got my Shoei RF1200. Now everytime I put the HJC on I end up wishing it was the RF or I go back and swap it (don't wear very often for these reasons). The comfort in the Shoei is unmatched by the HJC. If you turn your head it doesn't want to rip off, it is a much tighter fit in the cheeks, and the wind is quieter as it slips right on by. It also has much better venting.
 

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