What is the lightest adventure helmet?

What is the lightest adventure helmet?

Klim Krios Karbon Adventure Helmet
Klim Krios Karbon Adventure Helmet It’s made from carbon fibre and Klim claim that the Krios is the lightest adventure helmet ever made.

Who makes helmets for BMW?

Schuberth is currently based in Magdeburg and employs about 300 employees, producing 1.5 million helmets each year. Schuberth produces motorcycle helmets designed specifically for aerodynamic performance, and produces the helmets BMW Motorrad supplies under their own name.

Why do adventure helmets have a peak?

While the peak provides protection from the sun and dirt roosted from bikes in front, it can be impractical at higher speeds. Peaks can, depending on the motorcycle and seating position, get caught in the windblast, making riding at high speeds for any length of time tiresome.

Is the AIROH j106 a modular helmet?

The Airoh J106 is a true modular motorcycle helmet that can be converted from full-face to open-face in an instant. It is dual homologated, meeting the ECE 22.05 P and J safety standards to be worn in either configuration whilst riding a motorcycle.

What does the j106 helmet feel like?

The J106 has a unique thermoplastic shell, which feels quite different from “normal” motorcycle helmets with polycarbonate, fiberglass or composite shells. The thermoplastic feels more like, well, plastic than does a polycarbonate shell, which is usually designed to mimic the feel of fiberglass or one of the other composites.

What do you think about the j-106?

From “J.C.” (May 2014): “I also love my J-106. I totally agree with your comments about it being rather short front to back – my chin does touch the front when riding with the chin piece attached. However, I do have a couple of issues with mine that almost ruin the experience for me. Firstly, the chin bar is much wider than the helmet.

What would happen if you wore a j-106 without earplugs?

Contrary to your findings my J-106 has a severe wind howl at any speeds above 30 mph. I’m not a stranger to component or convertible helmets, having owned several, but this is something else. I really think that without earplugs I would suffer permanent hearing damage almost immediately.