CES is apparently the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), this year's event in Las Vegas saw the presentation of a crash helmet that the developers think paves the way for rider safety of the future. There have … Continue reading The future of crash helmets?
Japanese crash helmet manufacturer, Shoei are the latest to join in with a new 'old-skool' style helmet for the ever-growing retro rider market. The new Shoei Ex-Zero is what the manufacturer describes as a "heritage full-face helmet." They continue that the Ex-Zero; "reflects the style of the custom bike scene and heritage Motocross-helmets in one … Continue reading New old-skool helmet from Shoei
As the annual Milan Motorcycle Show draws to a close, you may ask what were the highlights there over the last six days? Luckily Scooternova were on hand to capture the cream of the classic, modern, auto and geared scooter news for you. Euro 4 But first the boring news; Euro 4 regulations for powered … Continue reading Milan Motorcycle Show 2016 – New scooters, parts, lids & stuff!
Bell Crash helmets are over 50 years old now and while celebrating their anniversary in 2014, Bell launched their retro styled Bullitt full-face crash helmet. Unlike many other retro crash helmets currently on the market, the Bullitt is a new design taking inspiration from Bell's heritage, thus using the latest technology including a multi-fibre outer … Continue reading Win a retro Bell Crash Helmet (new 2016 designs revealed)
An interesting post on Shoei's Facebook page prompted us to ask a similar question, what influences you all when buying a crash helmet?Shoei's post announced, "We now offer the Neotec, GT-Air and J-Cruise helmet all with a bright yellow colour option. With safety in mind were you influenced by the colour when buying your current … Continue reading Crash helmets – how do you choose yours?