Here's the opinion of Timberwoof's in his Motorcycle FAQ:
The best helmet for you is one that you can afford, that fits, and that you'll wear every time you get on the motorcycle. A Snell and DOT rated helmet is just as safe as a one ... but not as comfortable on long trips. Just because a helmet isn't required in your state, don't assume that the laws of physics are any different. Get a good helmet and wear it always.AnswerI always buy the best helmet I can, and only those that are certified for Race Track use as well, you cant put a price on your head. Living in Europe, I always buy "ACU Gold" stickered helmets, certified for racing.
If only I could afford an Arai, I would get one, so what if they're from ?350/470? or more, they have the toughest testing per batch of helmets, than any other helmet manufacturer. MotoGP, F1 & Indy Cart Racers use Arai (or Craft - but they're not road legal over here)
P.S. I don't work for Arai, I just want one.....AnswerThe answer to this question is pretty easy... Is your head worth 24 dollars or is it worth 250 dollars?
My suggestion on buying a helmet is buy one that fits comfortable for you. I would also suggest buying two or more helmets.
One: Buy a full faced helmet. Upside: it cuts down on outside noise and provided the best protection during an accident Downside: They can be very hot in the summer and heavy during long rides.
Two: Buy a half faced helmet. Upside: They provide a level of protection but not as much protection as a full faced helmet. They are cooler in hot weather and if you wear glasses like I do it is easier to put them on. Downside: They don't offer much protection for your face in you are in accident. For long rides you can have problems with your hearing.
Three: Flip front is a very good helmet Upside:provides more protection then a half face and are more comfortable in hot weather. Since you can lift it while waiting for red lights or other long stops. Downside: They can be more noisy and cost more then full face or half faced helmets.AnswerDon't lust after an expensive helmet (Schuberth S1 Carbon= Â£750-Â£800 ), get the one that fits properly and has all the right safety stickers(kite mark and ACU Gold). A full face will protect your jaw and chin. Flip front are great if you are going in and out of checkpoints or working as a courier/riding instructor, but they are more noisy than a full face. More mechanics=more noise. Never use a helmet that has gone past it's replacement date.
Helmets cost starts from 18 US $ in Philippines.
A good full face helmet is usually around 2-3 pounds.
$0 is FL, no helmet law.
I think a well-ventilated motorcycle helmet is much cooler than the other helmets in the market. Hopefully, helmetshops(dot)com/best-ventilated-motorcycle-helmet/this article will help you out.
Motorcycle insurance in Georgia will only cost around 500 dollars a year if you have a relatively good driving record. You can get discounts for being a good driver and other factors.
A good leather motorcycle jacket typically starts at $200. Leather motorcycle jackets made by reputable brands and have the highest possible ratings average around $500.
if your gonna make your own helmet...it will probably cost you your life
Safety! The helmet will protect your head in case you fall off or get thrown off the horse, much like wearing a helmet on a bike or motorcycle. You should always wear a helmet.
Anywhere from $30 to over $500 depending on style, brand etc.
Technically, it depends what motorcycle you buy and the place, too. Normally, the most cheapest motorcycle is the 2009 QLINK Megelli. I don't really think it gets much cheaper than that. Its cost is almost around $3,499. To prove it, look it up onblog.motorcycle.com, they give you good motorcycle prices.
A bicycle helmet can be anything from USD 30 to USD 200. Get the one that fits your head, and looks nice enough so that you use it. Riderwear
Motorcycle half helmets are not full face mask helmets and can be purchased or ordered from pretty much any helmet company.
It cost around $300 to take a motorcycle safety course in Wisconsin.
Motorcycle ramps can vary in price depending on the model, company, and size. The smallest, cheapest motorcycle ramps can cost $40 but the high end models cost about $300-$500.
it costs about 200 dollars
6'456 i reckon...
It is dangerous to use a used helmet, it could be dented or broken and you wouldn't know. A new helmet is much much safer to use also there is no hair stuck in it.
it will cost £500,000 because i have bought one;)