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|12th February 2009, 12:00||#196|
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@katpasin: go for Studds Bravo. It is a full face helmet and costs around 970Rs. If you are looking for modular helmet then go for Vega Boolean.
|13th February 2009, 14:15||#197|
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I recommend the SParx brand. They are also imported from US. removable lining, scratch resistant and low glare visor. cost me 5K in Bangalore.
|19th February 2009, 10:04||#200|
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helmet life lights
saw a helmet life lights while surfing @ uae auction site
check it out and ya SRKs on sale too
motorcycle helmet LIFE lights - Motorcycles & Accessories - Motorcycles and Bikes - Dubai - Souq.com Motors
|21st February 2009, 01:43||#201|
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Going helmet shopping tomorrow. Probably to Lalbagh road & JC road.
Currently using a Vega helmet, dont know the model. Can fit one and half head of mine into it. flies off when i go over 60kph.
Confused on what kind to buy. I use spectacles, so I have to wear the helmets with specs and see which fits best, and also confused whether to buy clear visor or tinted. Tinted one could be a problem at night, but If i buy a clear one, then I'll have to carry my presciption sunglasses with me everywhere, big pain.
|14th May 2009, 13:47||#202|
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A friend of mine sells MPA Scorpions.
You can find more details here
On The Rocks-The Camping Store
He also sells a lot of accessories.
Its not my store, its my friends.
If it violates some rule. then Sorry and please delete this post.
Main reason of posting this is the difficulty in finding good helmets here.
|26th July 2009, 12:44||#203|
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one size fits all
there are a lot of good helmets out there but sadly they all come in the "on size fits all " category. its either the manufacturers in india just make one size or that the dealers find better business sense in stocking one size only. a poor fitting loose helmet can surprisingly actually do alot of damge to a rider in the event of a serious crash .
luckily for me i found an agv lid that fits my nut perfectly.here's a pic..
|27th July 2009, 10:36||#204|
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Guys need help in buying old skool helmet, searched in most of the JC Road shop but all in vain, looking for the old classic kinda open face helmet with bubble visor, to be very specific need it for RD.
Studds use to make them but not any more, any links to abraod will also do.
|5th October 2009, 01:55||#205|
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I am looking for to Buy a Helmet around 1000-1500Rs Budget.For Daily Usage.Both Town as Well as Highway Riding.Which Brand is Recommended?My Current Helmet is MPA Sting Which is almost 1.5 Years Old Hence the Plan to Change.How is Studds Ninja,Rhyno Brands?Steelbird-bieffe,Vega?What are the Standard Sizes Helmets Comes with.
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|10th October 2009, 22:12||#206|
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One question: Does this helmet have different visors as an accessory? Balaji Helmets said it comes with the plain visors only.
|31st January 2010, 20:40||#207|
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Motocross Helmet Query
Well, well, well some moron stole my helmet. I feel frustrated, I cared for my helmet so much! Curses be on the thief! So, guys can you suggest me good helmets that fall under 3000 rupees? I have some questions too-
1. Are the motocross style helmets good enough for us? How do they perform in winters and do we need to buy those goggles with them too? (They look cool anyway) I would love too see owner reviews.
2. How about the full face ones? I used these before and I feel they are the best for overall protection and performance. Suggest ones that look cool and have good features.
P.S.- I searched throughout Team-BHP but couldn't find what I was looking for so ended up posting this thread. Mods please don't be so strict with me.
|31st January 2010, 20:59||#208|
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you have option of Sparx and lower end HJC at these price point,
though at approx ~2200 agv and GP-One are good VFM,
have just ordered my second GP-One(its over 4 years now and helmets do have a shelf life)
next time be care ful
^^in karolbagh mahalaxmi and chopra have good stocks, HJC in delhi was stocked by KRP Naraina(google for them)
|2nd February 2010, 01:26||#210|
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STM should ideally be at the bottom of your helmet shopping list, IMO you could certainy get something better (in terms of protection) at thast 3-4K price point.
Anku, a memberhere had lost his STM and I was quite glad that he did, but then he bought himself a Daijya!
At entry level pricing you're better off with the MPA-AGV stuff which I'm told is extremely sweet VFM.
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