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HJC CL-Max II Modular Helmet – Review

Clem really likes his helmet! (HJC CL-Max II)

I have become quite fond of modular helmets, also called flip-ups, and unless I’m doing a track day or bashing around recklessly in the woods I will be wearing one. I like the modular for its openness, and a light push on a single lever opens the CL-Max II’s chinbar, making it easy to converse, enjoy a snack or a ...

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HJC CS-R3 Helmet


The new CS-R3 helmet by HJC redefines what an affordable helmet should be. The advanced polycarbonate composite shell is lightweight and comfortable, with forehead and chin vents and two rear exhaust vents to keep you cool on hot days. An optically correct shield offers 95-percent UV protection, while HJC’s RapidFire tool-free shield replacement system makes changing face shields a breeze. ...

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HJC RPHA ST Helmet Review


HJC has been North America’s top-selling helmet brand for more than two decades, and its offerings include full-face, modular and open-face street helmets, off-road helmets and even auto and snowmobile helmets. After selling low-to-mid-priced helmets for years, in 2010 HJC released its first premium lid, the RPS-10, which was developed in HJC’s own 130-mph wind tunnel and received design input ...

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HJC FS-15 Motorcycle Helmet Review


By Gabe Ets-Hokin [This HJC FS-15 Motorcycle Helmet Review was originally published in the March 2009 issue of Rider magazine] Remember the good ol’ days of helmet shopping? You could get a cheap helmet, or you could get a good helmet, but you couldn’t get a good, cheap helmet. At the top of the shelves, you had big-bucks race replicas. ...

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HJC Sy-Max Motorcycle Helmet Review


Review by Olaf Wolff [This HJC Sy-Max Modular Motorcycle Helmet Review was originally published in the January 2007 issue of Rider magazine] I’ve been seeing more convertible or “flip-up” helmets on the road in the past year; statistics bear out that their popularity has grown significantly. Convertibles make certain functions a tad easier without taking the full-face helmet off, such ...

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