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While motorcycle riding carries inherent risks, wearing the right helmet can greatly enhance your safety. At Holman Helmets, we offer an extensive selection of over 60 different motorcycle helmets to ensure a perfect fit for your head.
We don’t just ride motorcycle, we live the Biker Lifestyle!
Require assistance in selecting the perfect motorcycle helmet? Please don’t hesitate to reach out via phone or email, and we’ll gladly assist you in making your purchase decision.
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Choosing the right motorcycle helmet involves considering factors such as your head shape, the type of riding you do (e.g., street, off-road, racing), safety certifications (DOT, Snell, ECE), and fit. It’s essential to try on different helmets to find the one that fits snugly and comfortably while providing adequate protection.
There are several types of motorcycle helmets, including full-face helmets, open-face helmets, modular helmets, dual-sport helmets, and half helmets. Each type offers different levels of coverage and features, catering to various riding preferences and safety requirements.
DOT (Department of Transportation) and Snell certifications are essential for ensuring the safety of motorcycle helmets. DOT certification is the minimum requirement in the United States, while Snell certification represents a higher safety standard. These certifications indicate that the helmet has met specific safety criteria through rigorous testing.
Motorcycle helmets should be replaced every five to seven years, even if they appear undamaged. Over time, the helmet’s materials may degrade, affecting its ability to provide proper protection. Additionally, replace your helmet if it has been involved in a crash or suffered a significant impact.
To measure your head for helmet sizing, use a flexible tape measure and wrap it around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Take the measurement in centimeters or inches and refer to the manufacturer’s sizing chart to find the appropriate helmet size. It’s essential to follow the specific measuring instructions provided by the helmet manufacturer.
To maintain your motorcycle helmet, regularly clean the exterior and interior with mild soap and water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or solvents that can damage the helmet’s materials. Store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and extreme heat. Replace the helmet’s shield or visor if it becomes scratched or damaged, as it can impair visibility. Always refer to the manufacturer’s maintenance guidelines for specific care instructions.
7975 Bluff Ridge Rd.
Bessemer, AL 35022