April 04, 2013(St. Charles, MI)
Very bright and attention getting. Fits well enough. Looks and feels like it should cost more than it does. I like it and would buy it again.
Great helmet except for.....
March 23, 2013(Denver, CO)
The hi-viz is more yellow-green than yellow! As a DS helmet, the air flow is expected to be a lot under the chin bar. The tiny vents and levers probably won't make a big difference open or closed. Fit was true to size, perhaps a little on the tight side but comfortable. There was a couple of ripples in the paint, notably under the screw on the top of the visor. The shield pivots feel a little cheap, when moved up and down. For it's minor faults, the Trekker does offer good value for your money.
March 19, 2013(Richland , WA)
I got the XXL and it is a little big, I wear a Scorpion Exo-900 in the same size and fits me a lot better. I would say almost too much air flow in the front. All vents are hard to open and close and feel cheap. But for the money I don't think you can find a better helmet for summer.
February 26, 2013(Fort Collins , CO)
Great helmet but the high viz faded literally in weeks. I read that this was a problem so I always covered the helmet when left on my bike. It still faded from normal sun exposure though. The helmet is more of a pee yellow now, but still bright and more visible than most helmets. Like everyone else I usually wear a medium and went up a size for proper fit.
Trekker Hi Viz helmet
October 04, 2012(Louisville, KY)
This is a great helmet for the price. Overall quality is good but you get what you pay for. The fit could be better, where the strap goes under your chin is a little closer to the throat than you would like. As far as safety and looks, this thing is great! I would recommend this if you can’t afford one of the pricier name brands.
fly trekker hi-vis
July 06, 2012(fernley, NV)
nice big chip in the paint right out of the box. never wore it riding because i'm returning it. also found the fit to be very good. i think it would be comfortable to ride in. getting my head into, and out of the helmet is another story though. if i was wearing an ear ring it would have ripped it right out. very, very small opening to get your head through on a size XL helmet.
July 02, 2012(Yamhill County, OR)
I get some crazy looks with this helmet, but it seems like a great safety feature in that way. The top front vents have been broken since day one, but I can't tell when they're closed anyway. There is A LOT of wind noise, even with ear plugs. I love using the visor at 45mph+ to keep the bugs out, and then flipping it up to get some air around my goggles. Such a cool design, but I'd pick a better one if I had the chance again.
May 14, 2012(columbia, TN)
great helmet for the price
March 28, 2012(Auburndale, FL)
Great helmet for $129.00. Fit is tight like everyone's saying. My head measures large so I ordered the XL and it fits perfect. You'll want to get the visor removal kit so when you’re doing a lot of highway driving you can take the sun visor off… this is a great feature allowing you to keep the face shield on. When you're doing sixty you don't want a sun visor on the helmet. Really a nice helmet with great cheek pads and doesn't feel like you’re wearing a bucket. Air flow is great.
March 19, 2012(Orlando, FL)
The airflow may be excellent, but I have not yet been able to notice much of a difference between the on/off settings. In fact, I don't know yet which is on and which is off. Having said that, I would without hesitation buy this again.