Agrius Rage Charger Motorcycle Helmet (Pinlock Ready) (Various Colours) £26.99 delivered w/code @ Ghost Bikes
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Agrius Rage Charger Motorcycle Helmet (Pinlock Ready) (Various Colours) £26.99 delivered w/code @ Ghost Bikes

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Found 23rd Jun 2017
Nice price for this! Aval in Bue,Orange,Pink,Green and Red

Use code AGRIUSTMIX (add at basket)

The Agrius Rage Charger Helmet is the latest graphic to be added to the Rage range of helmets. A mixture of a pearl white finish and striking colourful graphics make this helmet unique, and when you add the fully removable liner, Pinlock ready visor and 5 point ventilation system you have everything you need at a fantastic low price!

Key Features / Points:

  • Polycarbonate Shell Construction
  • Fully Removable Liner
  • Pinlock Ready
  • ECE 22.05 Approved

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The Agrius Rage Charger Full Face Motorbike Helmet is packed with features...

Specifications Include:

  • Advanced Aerodynamic Polycarbonate Shell Construction - Lightweight yet strong helping to keep the weight of the helmet down whilst ensuring you are kept safe
  • 5 Point Ventilation System - Air intake vents to allow cool air to enter and rear exhaust vents to allow the warm air to leave
  • Micrometric Adjustment Buckle - Provides the rider with a secure fit that is quick and easy to open and close and offers an adjustable fit
  • Multi-Positional Clear and Anti-scratch Visor - Visor can be set in various positions whilst riding and has a anti-scratch coating to help reduce scratches and is spring loaded to ensure a tighter fit against the seals
  • Pinlock Ready - Pinlock inserts are available separately for the ultimate in Anti-fog
  • Built to the latest ECER 22.05 Standard for road use in Europe
  • Fully Removable Lining - Removable and washable liner and cheekpads allow you to keep your helmet feeling fresh and new
  • Removable Breath Guard
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From the area where I grew up, this is regarded as a robbery hat! It should be illegal IMO!
Bitbotbang

From the area where I grew up, this is regarded as a robbery hat! It … From the area where I grew up, this is regarded as a robbery hat! It should be illegal IMO!


I wear a Silk Niqab under mine
If you ride a bike please spend more than £27 to protect your head.
amyvx

If you ride a bike please spend more than £27 to protect your head.



I agree this is not good value for money if you value your life
How much is your head worth to you. Hope its more than 30 quid. Stick with the likes of Arai or Shoei etc.
Are they not made of the same material. Arai and Shoei are really exp
amyvx1 h, 52 m ago

If you ride a bike please spend more than £27 to protect your head.



Obviously, I'm getting one for my pillion!
If you're a frequent go-karter who doesn't like the sweaty helmets/hairnets provided this ain't a bad deal. But for a motorbike, or 70mph+ outdoor karts I'd 'steer' well clear.
I'd say it's probably alright for the occasional track day in the car too.
Good price for Karting perhaps but not a chance I'd put that on my nut before getting on my bike. Arai for the win!
ik097

Are they not made of the same material. Arai and Shoei are really exp



Yes and no. The cheaper helmets are made of similar materials, more expensive helmets are made with lighter and better composite materials. Essentially through they all need to pass the same tests. The key differences are in things like the quality of the vents, visor and liner which becomes more and more apparent over use. better quality helmets stay good for a long time after cheaper helmets get baggy and worn out.

That said, there are many brands that are good quality without being £300. I've tried quite a few and if your budget it lower then look at the likes of scorpion and agv. Trying different brands on in a shop is crucial as helmet manufacturers have different shapes e.g more narrow or rounded and a well fitting £100 helmet will be better than a poor fitting or uncomfortable £400 helmet.
Buying a helmet online is only a good idea if you've already tried it on in a shop. No need to spend hundreds (or even more than a hundred) but please, do some research. Try this site. Also, do a search for the "Hurt report" which busts the myth of expensive helmets with regards to safety (they may be much nicer, last longer and look/feel better, but not be safer). Bottom line, it's you head, how much is it worth to you? As this lid is not rated, I'd just steer clear...
dfaz

Yes and no. The cheaper helmets are made of similar materials, more … Yes and no. The cheaper helmets are made of similar materials, more expensive helmets are made with lighter and better composite materials. Essentially through they all need to pass the same tests. The key differences are in things like the quality of the vents, visor and liner which becomes more and more apparent over use. better quality helmets stay good for a long time after cheaper helmets get baggy and worn out.That said, there are many brands that are good quality without being £300. I've tried quite a few and if your budget it lower then look at the likes of scorpion and agv. Trying different brands on in a shop is crucial as helmet manufacturers have different shapes e.g more narrow or rounded and a well fitting £100 helmet will be better than a poor fitting or uncomfortable £400 helmet.


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Don't buy cheap **** like this.
Spend some money and protect your brain properly (I'm a motorcycle instructor so u have an idea what I'm talking about). Crap like this shouldn't be on sale
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