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    Fxrg helmets

    Hiya do any of you guys and gals where one of the flip up helmets I was thinking of getting me and the wife one so was wondering what they are like, cheers

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    I have a 2016 FXRG modular helmet and they are good. You cannot remove the helmet in full face mode it has to be opened up. The integral flip down sun visor is useful. I use the FXRG all the time on my KTM and Spring and Autumn and Winter on the Harley. Summer I use a different helmet on the Harley.

    The helmets are made by Shark and can be bought considerably cheaper if you want an unbranded with FXRG Harley-Davidson written on it. Good value for what they are! There are cut outs in the helmet for ear pieces and microphone should you use one of the more common brands of communication devices and the liners are fully removable and washable.
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    I have a Shark Evo3 and it is excellent ��

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    I have an older type H-D modular helmet, it too has a flip down sun visor.

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    Cheers guys I tried one on at the harley shop and I’m not to sure about them , I don’t know but compared to my shoei they seem quite heavy I might just get a open face for nice summer days I will see , thanks for your replies

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    The Shark Raw is a popular helmet with H-D owners, I used one before I bought my H-D modular helmet, it's a thee quarter style helmet that can be used as an open face without the goggles and face mask. The Raw starts at around £180 and goes up to £220.

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    Shark also makes a similarly styled helmet for H-D, it's around £250.

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    The Chinese have started making knock off's of the Shark Raw, these retail for around £46. Don't buy one unless you only value your head at £46.

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    The Bell Rogue is also popular with H-D riders, this aggressive looking half helmet has a removable chin piece that's held in place with magnets, the goggles aren't included. The UK price of the Rogue is around £250.

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