The helmet alone retails for $200, but it was free with the purchase of the bike. However, check scorpions website http://www.scorpionusa.com and you'll see the EXO-400 series. They are polycarbonate, not fiberglass and kevlar like the 700 series, but they only retail for $140. The Warhawk would look great with your bike.DLITALIEN said:THAT'S A BAD ASS LID. DID IT COST UNDER 150 OR WHAT? IF SO THEN I'M GETTING THE RED ONE, WAHOO :dthumb:
Doesn't seem to be any more noisy than the HJC CL-12 that I had last year, but the comfort level is great. Also, there is no wind buffeting with this helmet. My head stays nice and still. I've only ridden with it on for 110 miles, so I'll have more information after I've had time to log some hours.double2000r6 said:Nice lid.. How is the comfort level and wind noise?
Do you think we would love that song so much if not for Road Rash? :twfrox:double2000r6 said:Spoon man come together with your hand
What happened to the "spoon gig"? Did STP forget about their sacred spoon man? Damnit Jim..
Thanks for the info.. I need a new lid - I might check out Scorpion.. I am kind of partial to HJC but from what you say this may be an improvement..