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Thanks to the extensive research and innovations, there are many high-quality motorcycle helmets to choose from. Of course, many brands put safety first, but that doesn't mean you won't be able to find one that suits you.
Every brand has its unique features, graphics, and designs. Here at EasyR, we have Australia's most extensive range of motorcycle and Harley helmets at the lowest prices from the best brands, such as AGV, Arai, Bell, HJC, and Shark.
We have all types for sale, such as full-face helmets, open-face helmets, Motocross Helmets, Bluetooth motorcycle helmets, Harley-Davidson helmets, helmet visors, open face motorcycle helmets, or even a modular helmet.
This gives us one of the most extensive product ranges in Australia.
Finding the perfect motorbike helmet has never been easier with prompt delivery times, excellent customer service, and a convenient returns policy.
Please chat with us online for further inquiries about carbon fiber, communication systems, helmet sizing, MX helmets, Harley-Davidson motorcycles, or Bluetooth helmets.
Alternatively, you can call us on (07) 3216 2251, and our sales team will happily assist.
They are the most crucial part of any rider's equipment, whether cruising, racing, or off-road. Even at low speeds, rotational forces can cause serious injuries or worse.
Thankfully, the technology has come a long way, including features such as MIPS, composite shells, multi-density EPS liner, and more.
Protecting your head has never been more effective, and there are many high-quality road helmets for sale.
You must replace them if they have been involved in a crash. Otherwise, if it is being used regularly, it should be replaced after three years.
If it is used casually, five years is ideal. This can vary based on the materials used.
Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) outlines the European standard for traffic safety. In addition, regulation No.22 specifies the minimum requirements for motorcycle headwear to meet to gain the certification for legal use on public roads.
The first iteration of this certification was released in 1982 and was called ECE 22.02. The ".02" at the end of the phrase is the revision.
Almost 50 countries currently use ECE 22.05. The next revision, ECE 22.06, will become the new regulation as of June 2023.
ECE testing is far more comprehensive than DOT, its American equivalent. This is because it tests features that contribute to avoiding accidents rather than focusing on impact protection entirely.
Some examples of this include shell rigidity, the optical quality of visors and field of vision. All ECE certified products need to be tested at an independent lab before being made for sale with a compulsory ECE sticker.
ECE 22.05 has specific fixed points where strikes are made during the testing process. The unfortunate side to this is that certain manufacturers can gain certification by cheating the system and reinforcing it in these specific regions.
This certification also no longer features a penetration test. Penetration can occur when colliding with a fence post, a footpeg, or any similarly shaped or sharp objects.
Testing is performed on the size that is determined to be the weakest of the batch. Next, chinstraps are tested by connecting the helmet to a test rig that pulls it from the back, ensuring that it doesn't break under a specific load.
Visor tests include abrasion and scratch resistance, refraction, light transmission, opening angle, the field of vision, and defects. The stickers' reflectiveness is also tested to ensure the rider is visible in all conditions, and impact resistance is tested in many critical locations around it.
After these tests have been passed, testing continues on large and small-sized helmets from the first production batch and continuously through the production run.
Manufacturers will be given a heavy fine if helmets are being sold without these certifications in countries that fall under these regulations.
You must not fit ECE22.05 compliant helmets with any components or devices that compromise protective capabilities.
They must also be in good condition, which means no damage to the outer shell, retention system or inner lining. However, minor wear and tear are okay.
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