A motorcycle helmet is a necessity for any one on a bike. Not only do they make you look cooler, especially when you match cool ride, but they provide the utmost safety on every drive, not just in the event of a collision. They keep the sun blocked, the bugs away, and if it’s cold, the heat in. There are several kinds of motorcycle helmets, some are safer than others, and most of them vary in size and appearance. Beginning with the safest, here are the main types of motorcycle helmets.
A full face helmet covers the entire head of the rider. The rear of the helmet completely covers the skill and there is also a protective section in the front to protect the chin. Most fill face helmets are made with vents to increase the airflow inside the helmet. Some critics lack interest in the full face helmets due to their increased heat and isolation, the lack of wind, and the idea that such helmets reduce the ability to hear. However, these are very popular and known for their protectiveness by all motorcycle enthusiasts. 35% of all motorcycle crashes show major impact or injury to the chin-bar region. Based on that fact alone, a full face helmet is the safest of all motorcycle helmets.
Two old seasoned bikers, decide to ride into town for a little R&R.
After a few drinks, they end up at the local brothel. The madam takes one look at the two old guys and whispers to her manager, “go up to the first two bedrooms and put an inflated doll in each bed. These two are so old and drunk; I’m not wasting two of my girls on them. They won’t know the difference.’
The manager does as he is told and the two old bikers go upstairs and take care of their business.
Just before they rode off, the first biker tells his companion, ‘you know, I think my girl was dead!’