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O'Neal Racing Tirade/Fastrack II Helmet Shield
O'Neal Racing
Tirade/Fastrack II Helmet Shield
$35.99 - $40.99
You save up to $4.00 (10%)
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Tirade/Fastrack II  Helmet Shield Optional or replacement shield Fits the O'neal Tirade and Fastrack II Helmets Available in 4 options Fog-free Scratch-resistant **Closeouts are limited to stock on...
O'Neal Racing Commander Bluetooth Helmet
O'Neal Racing
Commander Bluetooth Helmet
You save $30.00 (10%)
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O'Neal Racing Commander Bluetooth Helmet Forget the hassle of installing a Bluetooth communicator, the O'Neal Commander Bluetooth helmet has one built right in! Using the latest 2.0 Bluetooth techn...
O'Neal Racing Piuma Modular Helmet
O'Neal Racing
Piuma Modular Helmet
You save $20.00 (10%)
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O'Neal Racing Piuma Modular Helmet Advanced Polycarbonate Composite Shell Lightweight, superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology Aerodynamic shell with large eye port for greater visi...

Latest Reviews

Jon Farmer (Montreal )

Air flow
Cost Benefit

Most affordable built-in bluetooth helmet out there

If you are looking for a low-priced, simple helmet with a good built-in bluetooth system for listening to music and making calls with, this is the helmet for you. I did a lot of research before choosing this helmet (looked at Sigis, O'Neals, Bilts, etc.) and read a ton of reviews on all of them. For all of its features, this one is by far the best-priced and is the one most likely available wherever you are (I initially wanted a large, black Bilt bluetooth helmet, but it wasn't available anywhere and this was the cheaper 2nd choice). I can't speak for the Bilt I didn't get, but I am very happy with this one. FIT - It fits well, but not perfectly. Based on your head shape, you might find it digs a little bit in certain areas when you put it on (for me, it's at the forehead, but I've read it can be in other areas by other reviewers). Either way, it is very minor and unnoticeable after a minute or two. The sizing chart for this helmet is accurate (I sized higher-end of large and large fits well). FEATURES - The features (i.e. built-in bluetooth) are the only reason I bought it. On day 1, I recommend you read the manual and learn/practice the controls in your house (adjust the volume, change songs, take/make a call, etc.); if not, you'll be annoyed with the controls while riding. Because of the way the helmet is built, the cushions act to keep external sounds out and the speaker sounds in (i.e. at mid-high volume in stand-still traffic of my first ride, I couldn't hear an ambulance's siren right behind me, so be careful!). Taking calls with the built-in mic works very well (i.e. they can't tell you're riding) at <70km/h and is just okay (i.e. they say they can hear some air turbulence, but still hear me clearly) at >70km/h. I agree with the other reviewers that the speakers don't provide as much bass as one would like and the mic is effectively useless at very high speeds (>120km/h). Air flow - I was really surprised, but air flow is excellent! During hot days, its never hot with the vents opened. During cold days, it only fogs at very slow speeds (vents wont help, opening the visor a crack solves the problem immediately) and at high speeds with vents closed, you stay relatively warm and there's no fog! Speaking of which, the included visor is NOT DESIGNED FOR THE PINLOCK SYSTEM! (you won't need it, but I thought I'd mention it) Appearance - Its a simple looking helmet, so nothing more to say about that. Cost Benefit - Its the cheapest built-in bluetooth helmet of good quality out there right now. Of course you could find higher-quality built-in bluetooth helmets for >$600CAD, or buy the helmet and bluetooth separate for >$450CAD, but having a cheap built-in version is so much easier and simpler for the buyer (I really don't know why there aren't more of these out there!). Ultimately, you'll be happy with how much (or how little!) you paid for the quality of this helmet!

Wayne Cridland (Sandpoint )

Air flow
Cost Benefit

Good Helmet for the Money

I bought this helmet 5 years ago and have been very happy with it. The fit was correct and sits well on my head, even at 75mph. There is some wind noise with it but not bad enough to wear ear plugs. I like that I can lift the face and take a drink without removing the helmet. Good helmet for the money.

Eran (San Francisco )

Cost Benefit

It's supposed to be see-through?

Whatever company makes these needs to re-learn how to make transparent visors. The plastic cover has weird streaks through it, making the ride very surrealistic.