How to Choose the Ideal Helmet for Practicing Motocross

Choose a helmet to ride a bike, whether for leisure, commuting or motocross is still a problem for many people, do get confused when choosing the ideal size. Most helmets is accessible, if we look at your importance to the safety of the pilot. However, some can also be very expensive and it would be easy to stop buying that equipment considering your price. You’ll have no problem finding a suitable helmet and in any price range.

Once you know how much money you have to spend, you can start looking for helmets within your price range. The first thing you want to do is to make sure that they comply with the safety standards ABNT NBR-8221. There should be a sticker on the back of the equipment to identify the helmet as safe. If this patch does not exist in the desired helmet, look for another.

Try the helmet to see how it fits. They can be defined in generic sizes (P, M, G, XG) or by numbering, so it should be easy to find a helmet at Andyoutdoor that has the right adjustment. It’s okay if he gets a little tight, because the lining will be softened and will decrease. The main point is to make sure you don’t get lazy, but also may not be so tight so that you have trouble to put it on and take it off. The ideal is to measure your head with a tape measure and set the size of your helmet, as shown in the illustration below:

Another tip, buckle the helmet under his chin. See if it’s easy to do it. Slide your fingers under the belt and yank it quickly to see if remains incarcerated.

Remove the lid and inspect the flooring. See if it’s removable. Although this is really a choice of luxury, a removable liner is important in a helmet of motocross, since they are likely to be very dirty. This type of removable lining will make it easier to clean up and probably will increase the life of your equipment.

Consider the type of motocross in which you are involved. If you do mostly heels or Sprint races, so you can use a standard motocross helmet. This option is not only cheaper, but actually it is more durable and provides better protection. If you tend to ride mostly in long runs of enduro, then you should think about buying a helmet. It’s going to cost more money and have a small reduction of durability, but will still be safe and more comfortable for evidence.

The best tip is to buy in online stores, because it is much cheaper, if you still have questions, visit a store nearest your home, try the helmet and then look on the internet, the price difference is quite large.

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