The $300 price range offers some truly excellent dirt bike helmets. In this guide i’ve picked 5 of the finest options with regards to value for money, safety, and epic features.
I got my first dirt bike when I was 13. The 1999 Honda XR 100 served me well until I grew too tall and moved up to the KDX 200cc a few years later. Prior to the Honda, I raced offroad go-karts. Let’s just say 4 wheels wasn’t my thing. But what I’m trying to say is that I’ve been through a lot of different bikes and an equal amount of helmets. With that said, this is my buyers guide for the best youth dirt bike helmets for every budget.
We all know dirt bikes can be an expensive hobby and many of us have a strict budget when buying gear. If that is the case – first try saving on the less essential areas than your head. Check out these awesome dirt bike helmets under $200 that meet all the right safety measures and desirable features.
Some people just don’t like the feel of wearing a helmet, others genuinely do suffer from claustrophobia, like my buddy, who unfortunately also suffers from acrophobia – this pretty much rules out any kind of theme park or buildings with glass elevators – motorcycle rides and helmets too.
The advancement of helmet technology has lead to incredibly designed multipurpose dual sports helmets perfect for ATVs, UTVs, Street & Enduro riding. Lets take a look at the top features across the best ATV helmets around.
The problem with a dual sport helmet is that they are more a jack of all trades, master of none. This is especially true when it comes to fulfilling specific needs riders like myself are looking for. One of my frustrations is the constant noise, or rather lack of noise reduction.