Not all motorcycles are the same. And the same goes for helmets. There are various categories and each is appropriate for a different use. We can tell you which helmet is right for you. For your safety.
We all know that wearing a helmet is basic for our safety, but it's not the only safety measure that we should adopt. The jacket, gloves and pants that you wear are essential for protecting you against bad weather conditions, but above all, they protect you against scrapes with the road following a possible fall. It's very important to know how long your equipment will last and the protection it provides. This section includes information about new features and all the information you need to be safely equipped.
On a motorcycle you are the chassis. We will explain what is the safest gear for protecting you and preventing injuries. Now you know, join Goal Zero.
One of the greatest issues with the motorcycle (or delights, depending on your point of view) is the exposure of the driver to inclement weather. Extreme cold makes many leave the motorcycle at home, but there are also may who know how to equip themselves properly so as not to abandon their bike when it gets cold.
Just when you thought every type of helmet had been invented, someone comes along bringing completely new ideas in terms of design and security.
For many, the arrival of the cold and winter is synonymous with parking up their bikes until spring comes around. We're going to give you some tips to be perfectly equipped and not feel obliged to travel by other means.
Despite all the care and cleaning when storing our helmets, we need to be aware that they also expire. Although there isn't a specific date such as with other products like food, there comes a time when we have to stop using the helmet and replace it with a new one.
You have to take motorcyclist equipment into account to be perfectly protected, not just in the event of a fall, but for weather conditions, especially in rainy and windy seasons like fall and spring.
Have you ever wondered why road and off-road helmets are so different? An enduro or motocross biker, or simply someone who rides off-road, requires different features from their helmets. We'll tell you why.
If you fall and hit your neck, the resulting injuries could be very serious and irreversible.
There are different types on the market according to their transparency percentage. There are also mirrored and iridium visors and even visors that get darker based on the amount of light they receive.
It's important that your motorcycle clothing is made from good material, not just to protect yourself if you fall, but also to safeguard you against weather conditions.
A helmet is the main passive safety element of a motorcyclist. Protecting your head against possible impacts is fundamental to avoid or reduce injuries.
There are substantial differences between the different types of motorcycle helmets that directly affect your safety in the event of an accident. Learn more about them.
We'll help you to choose the most suitable motorcycle jacket, depending on the type of use you're going to give it; highway or urban.