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Motogear capable of keeping you dry when it’s wet, cool when it’s hot, warm when it’s cold and the best thing alive in a crash .Follows the guide on street motorcycle gear and the kind worn on dual-sport and adventure bikes.
Before We get deep about Motogear (bikers riding gear), One should understand Motogear is EXPENSIVE and Also It’s nearly as fundamentally important to the act of riding a bike as the motorcycle itself.

It doesn’t matter which type of motorcycle you ride, SUPER BIKE, scooter, adventure, v-twin  Of course Cruisers . One should always  invest in some big money for Quality Motogear Products (safety gear).

The word “CRASH” is common when one rides a Motorcycle. It’s always Better to “ACT Before than AFTER”


is a primary riding accessory of bike riders. it doesn’t matter rider is on a HARLEY DAVIDSON/ROYAL ENFIELD/ KAWASAKI/KTM/ HONDA/ YAMAHA . The primary goal of a Motorcycle helmet is to protect the rider’s head during an impact or motorcycle crash, thus preventing or reducing head injury and saving the rider’s life. Some helmets provide additional conveniences, such as ventilation, face shields, ear protection, intercom.

Motorcyclists are at high risk in traffic crashes. There are studies on motorcycle riders who had crashed and looked at helmet use as an intervention. The review concluded that helmets reduce the risk of head injury by around 79% and death by around 21%. Although it was once speculated that wearing a motorcycle helmet increased neck and spinal injuries in a crash, recent evidence has shown the opposite to be the case that Quality Motorcycle helmets protect against cervical spine Injury.

Full face helmet

A full face helmet covers the entire head, with a rear that covers the base of the skull, and a protective section over the front of the chin. Such helmets have an open cut out in a band across the eyes and nose, and often include a clear or tinted transparent plastic face shield, known as a visor, that generally swivels up and down to allow access to the face. Many full face helmets include vents to increase the airflow to the rider. The significant attraction of these helmets is their protectiveness. Some wearers dislike the increased heat, sense of isolation, lack of wind, and reduced hearing of such helmets. Studies have shown that full face helmets offer the most protection to motorcycle riders because 35% of all crashes showed major impact on the chin-jaw area. Wearing a helmet with less coverage eliminates that protection — the less coverage the helmet offers, the less protection for the rider.

Off-road / Moto-cross helmet

The Motocross and off-road helmet has clearly elongated chin and visor portions, a chin Jaw, and partially open face to give the rider extra protection while wearing goggles and to allow the unhindered flow of air during the physical exertion of this type of riding. The visor is to allow the rider to dip his or her head and provide further protection from flying debris during off road riding. It will also keep the sun out of the eyes of the rider during jumps.

Originally, off-road helmets did not include a chin Jaw, with riders using helmets very similar to modern open face street helmets, and using a face mask to fend off dirt and debris from the nose and mouth. Modern off-road helmets include a (typically angular, rather than round) chin Jaw to provide some facial impact protection in addition to protection from flying dirt and debris. When properly combined with goggles, the result provides most of the same protective features of full face street helmets.

Modular helmet  or Flip-up helmet

A hybrid between full face and open face helmets for street use is the modular or “flip-up” helmet, also sometimes termed “convertible” or “flip-face”. When fully assembled and closed, they resemble full face helmets by bearing a chin bar for absorbing face impacts. Its chin bar may be pivoted upwards (or, in some cases, may be removed) by a special lever to allow access to most of the face, as in an open face helmet. The rider may thus eat, drink or have a conversation without unfastening the chinstrap and removing the helmet, making them popular among Motor officers. It is also popular with people who use eyeglasses as it allows them to fit a helmet without removing their glasses.

Open face helmet or 3/4 helmet

The open face, or “three-quarters”, helmet covers the ears, cheeks, and back of the head, but lacks the lower chin bar of the full face helmet. Many offer Snap-On visors that may be used by the rider to reduce sunlight glare. An open face helmet provides the same rear protection as a full face helmet, but little protection to the face, even from non-crash events.

Bugs, dust, or even wind to the face and eyes can cause rider discomfort or injury. As a result, it is not uncommon (and in some U.S. states, is required by law) for riders to wear wrap-around sunglasses or goggles to supplement eye protection with these helmets. Alternatively, many open face helmets include, or can be fitted with, a face shield, which is more effective in stopping flying insects from entering the helmet

we at Motogear Performance provide an end to end solutions for all your Helmets requirement in India immaterial to bike HELMET FOR HARLEY DAVIDSON,HELMETS FOR ROYAL ENFIELD,HELMETS FOR KAWASAKI, HELMETS  For HONDA, HELMETS for KTM or riding SUPER BIKE HELMETS,TRACK HELMETS.