bill (Kansas city )
Glad I spent the extra money for a good helmet.
Jim (Foster City )
Fit: I'm between a LG and X-LG. I understand the Pro runs a little bit tighter than the std edition. I bought the X-lG and hope it doesn't break in too much. My priority is being able to insert my distance glasses. Features: Refer to YouTube videos. Air Flow: Seems fine. Appearance: Hi-Viz IMO looks cool and is more visible to drivers. Cost Benefit: If the Hi-Viz and/or ability to wear distance glasses save me from just 1 incident then it's worth 10 times it's cost.
Brian (Clarkston )
I've had a C3 for a while and loved it enough to get the S2 for track days. Same great fit, air flow, quietness, stability, and overall build quality. The price is steep, but still less than one night in the hospital. I have noticed a howling from the front vent of both helmets if I use a windscreen and the vent is sitting right in the turbulence zone. If you've got a screen, be prepared to make some adjustments. Fortunately, I prefer to ride without one anyway.
Rose (Aylesbury )
I suffocate in most helmets. The air flow in this is great even at minimum, its comfortable, extremely light and has great visibility. Superb.
Timothy (Savannah )
This is an amazing helmet in every aspect of the word. I also own an Arai Corsair V (Troy Lee Design) helmet. The SR1 is at the same price point but definitely surpassed my expectations. The weight, fit, style and aerodynamics are phenomenal. I'm very picky when it comes to my gear. This is a GREAT helmet and worth every penny.