It's one of the quietest full-face helmets on the market, according to BMW
Making full use of its sporting heritage the new BMW Sport helmet incorporates ultra-quality components to ensure the highest levels of protection, comfort and confidence.
The sweeping lines and space-age design of the 1,380 grams glass fibre outer shell (ECE 22-05) echo the Sport Helmet’s aerodynamic performance. Unlike other helmet manufacturers BMW has its own wind tunnel and the meticulous testing of all components ensure that the helmet’s aerodynamic performance is world-class. The ventilation option of airflow all around the head also means that it is one of the best-ventilated helmets on the market.
To guarantee an optimum fit for every head shape, the lightweight shell is available in a choice of two sizes.
Internally, the Sport Helmet’s liner is made from high-quality, moisture-wicking Hydroplus™ which is removable and washable. This high-tech material provides a high degree of comfort and outstanding aero-acoustic qualities that reduce noise levels to an absolute minimum. Safety is further enhanced by a chin spoiler, neck strap and an anti-scratch double-visor (optical class 2) designed to maximise peripheral vision. A practical ratchet lock enables the visor to be opened quickly and easily, even when wearing gloves.
The Sport Helmet’s neck pad and chin spoiler can be fitted separately. Optional converters for cheek/neck pads and chin spoiler (in various sizes) are readily available to ensure a perfect fit. Future use of a Bluetooth communication system is also catered for.
The Sport Helmet is available in sizes 52/53 to 62/63 and a choice of five colours: white metallic, granite grey matt metallic, night black, sparc, magma and speed. The recommended price for the helmet is between £245-£280 dependant on colour and pattern.
For further information, or to find your local BMW Motorrad dealer, please call 0800 777 155 or visit www.bmw-motorrad.co.uk
Posted: 28/06/2009 at 16:13
what kind of neck strap is it??
Double D rings? or something else?
Posted: 29/06/2009 at 17:31
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