All good things must come to an end, and that includes riding season for many of us who motorcycle in the United States. The winds are picking up, the temperatures are dropping and those days of riding your motorcycle for hours on end are coming to their seasonal stopping point. As we head inside or fire up the snowmobiles for the season, its important to know how to properly store your motorcycle for the months ahead, so that when spring rolls around again, you are ready to hit the road in a moments notice.
Are you in the market for a new motorcycle helmet? There are key fitment points to look for in purchasing that new lid We all know that there nothing worse than spending a small fortune on a helmet that ends up being ill-fitting. The consequences of a poorly fit helmet can simply mean it's uncomfortable and noisy, or worse yet dangerous and non protective to your head in an impact.
The first step in any purchase should be to do your own research. Access the internet and locate some perspective styles of helmets that interest you. Figuring our what type of helmet fits your riding style is half the battle, as you will maintain the expected performance for exactly the type of motorcycle riding that you'll be experiencing.
Next you will determine your sizing according to a simple circumference measurement of your head. Realize that all helmets may be different in structure and shaping, so simply because you're trying on two like helmet of the same size, the fit and feel of the helmets may be entirely different.