A motorcycle helmet lock is useful for two main reasons. It keeps the helmet protected against theft when the rider is away from the bike, and it gives the rider freedom from having to carry the helmet around wherever sh... More »

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Before purchasing a motorcycle helmet, a rider should measure his head at the largest circumference, which is typically just above the eyebrows. Since sizes of helmets typically range between small and extra-large, check... More »

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Out of 50 states only Illinois, Iowa, and New Hampshire do not have motorcycle helmet laws, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association. The remaining 47 states, plus the District of Columbia, maintain some for... More »

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To find the correct motorcycle helmet size, measure the head at its largest circumference, which is above the eyebrows, over the eyes and around the back of the head. Helmets are sold in sizes of S, M, L and XL, and ever... More »

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Before purchasing a motorcycle helmet, a rider should measure his head at the largest circumference, which is typically just above the eyebrows. Since sizes of helmets typically range between small and extra-large, check... More »

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A motorcycle helmet sizing chart helps riders to select a perfectly fitting helmet and increase their safety. Helmets protect motorcycle riders from head injuries in case of a crash. The shape and size of the head determ... More »

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The 10 critical pieces of motorcycle body armor include the chest protector, neck collar, gloves, leg guards, boots, hip armor, jacket, back protector, helmet, and elbow and knee padding. Although the helmet is not techn... More »

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