Helmets and gear
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Motorcycle riders, we are something different. As soon as the first beams of the sun rays shine, we are ready to ride into the summer on our bikes. Now that summer is really around the corner, "It's time to ride!".
Although there is no "best before date" sticker on a helmet, motorcycle helmets do have a maximum shelf life. Of course this partially depends on the use of the helmet, but that a helmet would last forever is a myth. The average life span of a helmet is 5 to 7 years before it needs to be replaced.
To all motorcyclists with a passion for retro: pay attention! The Neo-classic collection introduces the completely new Glamster. This ‘road style’ full-face helmet lives up to his name ‘Glamster’.
We’re back from the EICMA Motorcycle and Accessories Exhibition in Milan, Italy and it was awesome! We had the chance to see and feel the new motorcycle gear and check out the best and newest motorcycles the industry has to offer. Read more for an impression on what the EICMA 2019 had to offer!
Riding in winter conditions can be tough. But as the old saying goes: “There’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothes!”. Luckily manufacturers seem to be really getting this and are providing us with plenty of proper motorcycle jackets for winter riding and even take different styles into consideration. These are our 10 favorite motorcycle winter jackets!
Let’s get into a little history lesson for our first ChromeBurner blog post. The subject of conversation for this month: helmets. The first motorcycle was sold in 1894. As you may expect, back then no one worried about safety and helmets didn’t exist. As time passed, motorcycles got faster and people started getting involved in racing their two-wheeled machines. With increased speed came an increased risk of getting injured and in 1914, British physician Dr. Eric Gardner invented the basic principle of a motorcycle helmet.