Schuberth C3 Modular HelmetSerious, discerning sport touring riders have met their helmet, the Schuberth C3 Modular. Designed to be smaller, lighter and more compact than any other flip-up helmet on t
Schuberth C3 Pro HelmetSchuberth engineers everything to the maximum; it's just in their DNA. This is especially evident with the modular C3 Pro helmet. Refinement and quality exude from every corner
Shoei Neotec Modular HelmetWell-rounded with the predisposition to seek out riding fun, the Shoei Neotec is a premium modular helmet for today's renaissance motorcycle rider. Skilled in high speed rid
LS2 FF386 HelmetAimed squarely at the touring and commuting rider, the FF386 modular helmet has been built by LS2 to contain many of the must-have design features essential for the long ride. And cent
GMAX GM54S Modular Street HelmetQuite possibly GMax's best kept secret, the GM45S Modular helmet hides an impressive amount of features under its very low price tag. Literally standing out from its co
HJC IS-MAX 2 Modular HelmetIf there is one thing you can fault HJC for it is not the lack of providing the customer with enough options. Sliding in between the CL-MAX II and the SY-MAX 3, the $200ish
Shoei Hornet X2 Solid Dual Sport HelmetOne of the first companies to make an adventure touring specific helmet, Shoei has been well represented over the years by the Hornet DS. The time for a replacem
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Arai XD-4 HelmetAlready an industry standard, Arai has kept at its commitment for excellence and has made the XD-4 one of the finest dual sport helmet you can buy. Gleaning the hard learned lessons fr
MSR Racing X-Pedition DS HelmetGiving the dual sport rider versatility and value in one complete package, the MSR X-Pedition helmet is specially designed with such highlights as an aerodynamic visor a
AFX FX-41 DS HelmetA stylish and solid dual sport helmet, AFX's FX-41 DS continues where the popular FX-39 left off. Featuring a revised shell shape, new visor and improved venting system, the FX-41 i
GMax GM11D DS HelmetIf there is a helmet in the adventure touring segment that will surprise you the most, the GM11D DS from GMax is it. From its large faceshield that raises completely out of sight t
Icon Variant HelmetBuilt with unbridled focus, the Icon Variant is your first strike weapon in the ruthless urban battleground. Using oversized optics, carbon reinforced shell, and an anti-lift visor,
Icon Variant Ghost Carbon HelmetLike a protective apparition, the Variant Ghost Carbon is the barely there presence made to haunt the minds of the unwary. Showing hand laid carbon along with gold tint
Bell MX-9 Adventure Solid HelmetEasily one of Bell's most anticipated helmets, the MX-9 Adventure sees Bell finally enter the ADV segment and they've created a very appealing first time effort. Based
Bell Revolver EVO Helmet The original Revolver helmet was a solid design but nevertheless presented areas that could be improved upon. So as would only be natural, Bell went back to the drawing board
Nolan N104 EVO Modular HelmetDid you like the original Nolan N104 helmet? Good, because the N104 EVO takes that design and largely mirrors it. Yet once you put it on, one will start to notice the smal
Scorpion EXO-900X Transformer Helmet Similar in name, the modular Scorpion EXO-900X Transformer is nonetheless quite a bit different than its predecessor the EXO-900 Transformer. More sporty than ever
Bell MX-9 Adventure Barricade HelmetEasily one of Bell's most anticipated helmets, the MX-9 Adventure sees Bell finally enter the ADV segment and they've created a very appealing first time effort. Ba
HJC CL-Max II Modular Helmet
Advanced Polycarbonate Composite Shell
Includes adjustable polycarbonate chin bar
Single-Button Chinbar/Faceshield Release
Open with one hand, even with gloves on
Scorpion EXO-GT3000 Modular HelmetThe race inspired EXO-R2000 was Scorpion's first premium level helmet and from that foundation spawned first the touring focused EXO-T1200 and now finally, we see the
HJC IS-MAX 2 Elemental Modular HelmetIf there is one thing you can fault HJC for it is not the lack of providing the customer with enough options. Sliding in between the CL-MAX II and the SY-MAX 3, th
Icon Variant Construct HelmetStripped of graphics and devoid of undue flair - the Construct is the fleeting apparition of the street. The clean antithesis of the color me rad masses. In a world where
Arai XD-4 Explore HelmetAlready an industry standard, Arai has kept at its commitment for excellence and has made the XD-4 one of the finest dual sport helmet you can buy. Gleaning the hard learned le
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Fly Racing Trekker DS Helmet - 2014If your idea of motorcycle riding includes equal parts of twisty two lane roads and technical off-road riding, then the Fly Racing Trekker DS Helmet is pretty much r
Great Helmet for the price
I got an XL and it fit me perfect. This is my first modular type helmet and I enjoy the benefit of a full face with the ability to take it on and off like a regular helment. The drop down sun shade is a great feature that I use on a regular basis. All in all, I love this helmet.
Love this helmet. Fit is perfect. Ordered the size i needed hoping for a proper fit, couldn't be happier! Very comfortable and looks awesome.
Fly Trekker helmet
I sent it back. I'm used to a quality ARAI helmet. This just isn't that. I let the low price persuade me in the beginning...but that only lasted for about ten minutes when it came. Sorry, no good in my book.
comfy but noisy
I have had this helmet for about 5 months now. I like the fit and think it is an overall good helmet. That said, this helmet is very noisy. Riding behind a windshield is not too bad but for anything else the wind noise is LOUD! The bike noise as well. I have had to ride in the rain and the faceshield was letting in a periodic stream of water. If i had to do it over I might purchase a helmet with better noise control. I want to get a helmet Bluetooth but I am not sure i could hear it.
MSR XPEDITION DS HELMET
Great helmet, beats the last two $600 helmets that I bought hands down. All features top notch. I bought two in white for my dual sport and I plan to buy another in orange for my Sporty.
Great service from Motorcycle Superstore.
Patrick (Orange City, FL, FL)
IS Max II
Fit = 5 stars (did have to order thinner cheek pads), Features = 5 stars (especially the slide down sun shield). Air Flow = 4 stars (not enough air flow to keep the main shield from fogging at times). Appearance = 5 stars. Cost benefit = 5 stars (Harley Davidson wants $189 for the same helmet with H-D logo on the side). All in all a great deal on a great helmet.
Dual Sport and Adventure helmets are perfectly suited for those of us who like to take riding both on and off road. Simply put; versatile machines call for a versatile helmet. Here that’s exactly what you are going to get with our massive selection of high quality dual sport helmets on tap. Much like exploring the back roads, finding the right dual purpose helmet can be quite the adventure. And like any excursion, it is nice to know where you’re going.
For those who prefer mostly street use, but like knowing they can feel comfortable on back dirt roads, a modular or flip up helmet is easily the best choice. Having the option of going full face, or flipping up the chin bar provides a unique and convenient ride, making those stops to grab some gas (or directions; its ok we wont tell!) or a quick chat with your riding buddies easy as twisting the throttle!
If trails, forest service roads and a little bit of highway are on your forecast, a shielded dual sport-specific helmet is a clear winner. These off-road inspired helmets are lightweight and comfortable, yet have a flip up shield that eliminates the need for unsuitable goggles.
Much like modern bikes, modern helmets have come a long way, with brands like Schuberth, Arai, Shoei and Bell leading the pack. As always, you can save a pretty penny with our guarantied lowest prices on all dual sport helmets. So if you don’t think your currently lid can handle traversing rock beds, river crossings, hill climbs, tight single track, and high speed highways, look no further.