How heavy is a helmet?

How heavy is a helmet?

When comparing helmet mass, it’s important to know the size of the helmet shell used by the manufacturer. Helmet weights may vary, depending upon size. Full-face helmets range from approximately 1400 to 1800 grams. Once helmet weight reaches about 1650 grams, it becomes harder to mask its weight.

What motorcycle helmets are legal in Australia?

In Australia, helmets must meet either the Australian Standard or the European Standard for them to be legally used on the road. Australian Standard helmets are “certified” by a privately owned certification services company. European helmets are “homologated” by a European government.

What is the lightest crash helmet?

X-Lite X-803 Ultra Carbon Sport Helmet – Weight: 1249 grams The X-Lite X-803 Ultra Carbon is the lightest helmet in our rankings.

What do owners say about the Caberg drift Evo?

Overall, owners say the Caberg Drift Evo is a well constructed helmet, with a decent level of fit and finish and only one or two niggles here and there.

Is the Caberg drift helmet any good?

Note: The drift has now been replaced by the Drift Evo so you might want to check that out instead. The Caberg Drift is a composite fibre full face helmet that’s designed to suit most riders – think sports/touring and you’ll not go far wrong.

How does the drift Evo keep your head cool?

It’s more or less the same system used on the old Drift. Owners on that helmet rated it pretty highly, and they do on the Drift Evo too, with enough airflow coming through the helmet even on hot sunny days to keep your head cool.

How much does the drift helmet weigh?

The shell of the Drift is made from a composite of carbon, kevlar and fibreglass to make a helmet that should, on paper at least, be strong and light. And the scales bear this out – the Drift is around 1.35Kg for a medium size (the average weight across all full face helmets tested by SHARP is 1.48Kg).