- Helmet suitable for Enduro use
I’d recommend this, delighted with minePosted 4 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
I think the only enduro I’ve seen in the UK that required a fullface was the No Fuss/Bluegrass one, which pretty well demonstrated why it’s a terrible idea
Buuut, there are people who’d chose it- after all, you’re riding as fast as you can on what’s often basically a downhill route, on a little bike, it’s not unreasonable. So you might want to take that into account.
Me, I use my Fox Striker- sensible everyday helmet.Posted 4 years agoDeveron53Member
+1 for the Bell Super. A bit heavier than my last helmet which was a Specialized of some sort but also more vented which was a surprise. I’ve just started wearing goggles for any ride that I’m likely to get cold wind in my eyes. A bit of a revelation! I didn’t know how watery my eyes actually got! I park them under the peak for climbs and flip them down for the downhills. I discovered Revision Bullet Ant military goggles – look em up, they’re perfect for general riding.Posted 4 years agochristofMember
I love my Troy lee a1 and it’s close to the same price as a bell super here!Posted 4 years ago
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