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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-19-2016, 02:14 PM Thread Starter
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Best looking helmet for MV F4RR

Bought my first Mv F4 RR in pearl white black and red , very rare here in Canada , I just bought a 2016 gt air by shoei called the dantless which matches the bike pretty good but I am in love with the Mv helmets made by AGV that are sold from MV , ECE rated not snel or DOT ! lets see your bike helmet thread !



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I have a few helmets as I ride a few different styles of bike. When I got the Brutale I needed a new, light, full face and found a Shark Race-R Pro carbon with 40% off AND the right colour scheme
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Here we go again......helmets are like heads. Each one is different, and what fits you, won't fit me, etc. pick the one that fits your noggin and budget best.....then have it painted to match your bike.

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Here we go again......helmets are like heads. Each one is different, and what fits you, won't fit me, etc. pick up the one that fits your noggin and budget best.....then have it painted to match your bike.
yeah, agreed....how many times have I tried on that cool looking new helmet, even the same brand as I wear, and realise that its a different shape inside and bloody uncomfortable

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Agree guys, so what suits you and do you prefer?
I own a few lids but my main ones are an AGV k5 in italia colours that match me and the brutale (luck not judgement), also an Arai condor Stellar for use on the F4, 2 very different helmets with 2 very different feel to them that act well in all my scenario's. The K5 is particularly good.............. for me.
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I had recently tried a AGV K5 and was really impressed by how great this helmet fits my head.
And this helmet is pretty fairly priced, available as an Ago kind of replica by MV Agusta.
Number on my list for my next helmet.
This after I have a AGV TiTech and can't wear this helmet for longer than 30 minutes.
I feel like my head in is in a vice an my ears hurt really bad after this.
The Corsa, Pista helmets, as the TiTechs, are way to narrow for my head.
My current helmets are the MV agusta Suomy's, Pista and Strada.
Great helmets, comfy, quite enough and great looking.
Well I love the Suomy's, but the K5 is so much cheaper, fits like a glove and has even a sun visor.
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AGV Pista!! Matches my bike. No paintjob needed.


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If anyone knows where I can het this one let me know
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AGV Pista!! Matches my bike. No paintjob needed.

Wait a minute.....you're riding an Aryton Senna bike wearing a Valentino Rossi helmet, and you're sayin no paint job needed?

910R, S4RS Monster,'78 BMW R100S, Heritage Softail, Chrome V-Rod, Sportster 48, Kawasaki Concours 1400, '07 Ultra Classic with sidecar, yellow Vespa LX 150, a cool little Ruckus, and a very understanding wife........
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