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Today, motorcycle helmets save rider’s lives every day thanks to a smart design and strong but lightweight materials able to disperse or absorb the energy of an impact to prevent severe injuries to the head in case of a crash. It is the most important piece of riding gear that should be mandatory to wear. The statistics show that states with no or partial helmet laws have much higher death rates among riders. All helmets sold in the U.S. or Europe must be certified. To receive the required certification, each helmet model is tested in a lab.

You can read our short piece written by our technical expert Timothy Zahl on helmet history, safety testing procedures, and differences between the most common helmet certifications. Click the link below to learn more about DOT, ECE, SHARP, and SNELL helmet certification standards and more.

Helmet Certifications | What are the Differences among DOT, ECE, SHARP, & SNELL?

Current versions of some of the helmets mentioned in the article:

Fly Racing® - Revolt Liberator Full Face Helmet -

Shoei® - Hornet X2 Dual Sport Helmet –

Zoan Helmets® - Optimus Street Raceline Graphic Modular Helmet -

Shark Helmets® - Street-Drak Blank Matte Open Face Helmet -

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