Shoei have announced a couple of new additions to their range of quality crash helmets for 2016, the J.O here we reckon to be rather stylish if you like an open face skid lid! The brand new Shoei J.O comes in five plain colours and two graphic options – Hawker or Caburettor – with different colour ways, … Continue reading Stylish new Shoei J.O helmets
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)
As nice as having the wind blowing through your hair may be, you can't beat a full-face crash helmet for keep the wind and rain off your face and also protection should you come a cropper. Now while retro is good, helmets from yesteryear aren't exactly the safest today, but Premier helmets of Italy have … Continue reading Modern retro crash helmets from Premier
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?
The Ornamental Conifer resided in London not so long ago, and some of his artistic talent was displayed on a couple of Lambrettas from the area.Back Down Under now, he's still customising all manner of vehicles and related objects, the latest being this crash helmet titled Black as Midnight on a Moonless Night "A helmet … Continue reading Custom Crash Helmets by the Ornamental Conifer