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Carbon Fiber Full Face Helmet Features
- NRR 19 noise reduction rating (over 65% noise reduction at ears)
- High quality lightweight fiberglass shell
- High density EPS Styrofoam helmet padding
- Inner lining and pads made of a soft moisture wicking material
- Comfortable washable lining and pads
- India quick release buckle on chin strap
- Comes with extra tinted windshield for bright sunny days
- Meets or exceeds: DOT FMVSS 218
EXCLUSIVE FEATURES IN QUIET RIDE FULL FACE HELMETS
- Around ear noise reduction muffs incorporated into helmet design ($50.00 value)
- Air line plumbing system to force earmuffs to seal around ears installed ($60.00 value)
- HD helmet speaker installed in earmuffs with speaker line to cell phone ($60.00 value)
- Extra smoke tinted windshield for bright sunny days included in box ($29.95 value)
- Value of exclusive features $199.95
Helmet design is more toward round design. As a rule of thumb, you should order same size helmet (M,L,XL,or XXL) that fits your head at the present time. If helmet does not fit, you can return for larger or smaller size.
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Silent Ride, safe Ride
Posted by Gabriel J Snyman on 7th Jun 2018
This is by far the best motorcycle accessory I have ever bought. It's a high quality helmet and the amount of sound it keeps out is just right to make the ride more quiet but still allow you to hear traffic. Also phone conversations ate much easier. I highly recommend this helmet!
The security and silence from the inflatable ear pads was extremely impressive
Posted by Steve Hill on 9th Jul 2017
Carbon Fiber Full Face Helmet
Stephen Hill rides: 2012 Yamaha Super Tenere & 2007 Suzuki DL1000
I do a lot of riding. I commute to work pretty much every day on my 2007 V-Strom, and usually take 1-2 extended trips each year on my Super Tenere. Until recently, my favorite helmet was a 2013 Shoei RF-1100. On a whim, and the recommendation of a friend, I bought a Quiet Ride Full-Face helmet to try. I was impressed immediately out of the box. The helmet came with 2 face shields, clear and tinted, and was noticeably lighter than my RF-1100. A LOT lighter. Quality of the build of the helmet was perfect - I could not find any flaws whatsoever. My favorite thing about the helmet is the visor detentes - the visor stays where you put it, period. Sound quality of the speakers in the helmets when plugged into an iphone was also excellent (I did not order the bluetooth module), and the security and silence from the inflatable ear pads was extremely impressive. This helmet is a steal at the price of an RF-1100, let alone as the (much lower) price it is being sold for. A fantastic entry into the helmet market, it is the best helmet I've ever owned. I have already ordered another for my girlfriend.
July 5th, 2017
I have recommended helmet to half dozen other riders
Posted by Chris Manuel on 6th Jun 2017
I have roughly 1,600 kilometers of riding with my new Quiet Ride helmet and feel ready to provide a review. The fact that the 1,600 count was done in three days gives you a sense of the seat time per day. I ride a 2007 Suzuki SV650S which I consider a sport tour. In the past I’ve done the same ride through the Canadian Rocky Mountains with a cheap HJC helmet and 32 NRR ear plugs. Even with the ear plugs, an eight hour day of riding left my ears ringing. I find with the new helmet I can ride for an hour or two at highway speeds without needing earplugs. I wouldn’t have ridden half an hour without ear plugs before that. I tried combining earplugs with the new helmet and pretty much found noise reduction nirvana. It’s quieter than riding in the car at the same speeds! Yesterday was a 600 km day at speeds averaging 120 km/h and I arrived at my destination – having ridden with earplugs and the new helmet – and had NO RINGING in my ears.
I believe that if you could find an additional 6 db of noise reduction that the helmet would be all-day quiet even without earplugs. Even with the current specs I feel the helmet achieves its stated design goals and have recommended it to half a dozen riders already.
Courtenay, British Columbia
June 5th 2017
Posted by Craig Rogers on 24th Apr 2017
I was concerned about fitment but it actually fits better than other big-name helmets I've owned. Very secure. And of course the noise reduction ear muffs are terrific. I have "serious tinnitus" and have been forced to reduce my riding by quite a lot, so I am hopeful to be able to ride longer and more often with this new helmet.
My only issue is that I wish the quick release buckle was situated more to the side of the neck. It is too close to my Adam's Apple. But the overall quality is excellent! Thanks.
Protecting your hearing is essential.
Posted by Tom Thomas on 20th Apr 2017
Quiet Ride Carbon Fiber Full Face Helmet
Tom Thomas rides: 2016 Honda Africa Twin
When I ordered my Quiet Ride Helmet (QRH) I initially had a sizing problem, but Al helped me solve that issue easily. It fits true to size, but the round shape on the helmet can trick you at first. I was positively surprised by the quality of the helmet. The carbon fiber finish is very nice. The comfort level is also good. I would say it's comparable to the comfort of a mid-priced helmet.
What is unique, though, is the quiet ride "system". Very well conceived. When I looked at it and tried it on, my first thought was: how come all helmets aren’t like this? The earmuffs are very comfortable. Of course, you can feel a bit of pressure when you pump it up, but that's the whole point of it. I've been using the helmet for 2 weeks (on 2- to 3-hour rides) without any comfort problem. The noise is cut by a good 60%, a bit like magic. It's not as quiet as wearing earplugs, but it's far less intrusive and it lets you listen to music. I've upgraded to the better quality speakers and the sound quality is good.
Protecting your hearing is essential. I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to do so, especially at high speed, because of the damage wind noise can cause. I’m really enthusiastic about riding motorcycles, but because I suffer from Tinnitus I was afraid that my biking days might be compromised. The QRH gives me the chance to better manage that situation and ride safely and comfortably once again. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a quieter ride and wants to protect their hearing. Thank you Al for this great product.
April 20th 2017
. My only regret is not buying the helmet sooner
Posted by Jim on 17th Apr 2017
Quiet Ride Carbon Fiber Full Face Helmet
Jim's Ride: 2006 Road King Classic
This is a great helmet and the service from Al is second to none. I ride a 2006 Road King Classic and purchased the carbon fiber helmet. I wear an extra large and this helmet fit just right. I first read about Quiet Helmet from an article in the Christian Motorcycle Association. My only regret is not buying the helmet sooner. I have had several makes of helmets over my years of riding, some noisy and some sold as being more quiet than most. When you slip on this helmet and pump up the ear muffs there is a tremendous amount of noise suppression that no other helmet can duplicate. It's a great concept that works very well. I also purchased the Bluetooth intercom and quiet ride headphones. Now I can now enjoy riding and still be able to receive calls from family or work without the chance of missing a call. It's a lightweight yet solidly built helmet that will make your riding even more enjoyable!
April, 16th, 2017
This helmet gets the job done
Posted by Bob Cypher on 17th Apr 2017
Quiet Ride Carbon Fiber Full Face Helmet
Bob Cypher Rides: 2013 Suzuki Boulevard M50
After about 90 days and 600 miles, I can say that the Quiet Ride system works alright. If you take the time to optimize the ear cups’ seal against your head, it works pretty well. The helmet itself doesn't quite match up to mainstream helmets in terms of quality, materials, and comfort, especially at this price point, but that's not why you bought this helmet. You wanted the Quiet Ride system so your ears don't ring when you turn off your engine, and as long as you don’t mind being a dozen Lego bricks away from looking like Walteriffic, this helmet gets the job done.
April 11th, 2017
Quieter than I expected
Posted by Tom Wiley on 24th Feb 2017
I ride a 2012 Yamaha super tenere I have had a little ringing in my ears lately and the wind really makes it almost unbearable so when I heard about the quiet ride helmets I was very excited about trying one out. I have been wearing a Nolan modular and have been very happy with it except for the noise levels. I called Alvin and ask several questions in which he answered to satisfaction I was mostly concerned about buying a helmet with out trying it on first. So I bit the bullet and ordered the full face carbon fiber in med size since that was the size of my modular helmet. I got the helmet very quickly ordered it Tuesday evening and got it Thursday Wow. I was very excited about getting the helmet and trying it out since we were having 70 degree days in February. I pulled the helmet out tried it on and it wouldn't fit I didn't realize that modular helmets seem to fit larger than full face helmets so I need a large in the quiet ride helmet I call Alvin and he said send it back and Ill send a large back. Turn around was very quick I have been very impressed with the quality and how quiet the helmet really is I can hardly hear my engine run now not sure that's a good thing but I do enjoy how quiet things are going down the road and listening to music. I love the helmet but if you are wearing a modular helmet now you might want to get the next size larger.
Posted by Dennis Deciechi on 23rd Jan 2017
I had the pleasure of trying out my new quiet ride helmet this past weekend. Temperature was 35 degrees with fog. I ride a 2016 Yamaha Viper. The helmet performed great. The noise reduction was as advertised and being able to listen to music at lower levels was very enjoyable. I typically wear a modular helmet and tolerate the noisy conditions that come with snowmobiling. My ears ring for days after a weekend of riding. My biggest concern when I bought this helmet was it not being a modular. I get claustrophobic real easy and when I bought my first modular I was thrilled to be able to open the front of the helmet. Going back to a regular full face is not something I wanted to do but with the Quiet Ride helmet, I was pleasantly surprised. I did not get that claustrophobic feeling. The buckle design of this helmet is very easy to get in and out of. This helmet as made my snowmobiling experience more enjoyable.
Thank you Al!
More than just a quiet helmet
Posted by Bryan on 13th Dec 2016
I have about 500 winter miles on this helmet now and love it. I ride a Triumph 800xc with its great 3 cylinder engine and after market pipe but it provides a drone when riding. It sounds fantastic on the outside but riding it provides a very bass sound. Anyway when I first rode with this helmet I was very surprised how quiet it was without pumping the ear bladders up. Then after 8 pumps it is even quieter but I can still hear the tire sounds of a car next to me on the highway. The carbon finish is very nice looking. I recon that it is a carbon layer on top of a fiberglass helmet but it looks great and is another layer of protection. The neck strap is located further back on the helmet which took some getting used to because if I tighten it like my other helmets, it would rest on my adams apple in my neck. What I have figured out is to keep the strap a little loose but is still safe as it is located further rearward. Listening to music is the main reason I got the helmet and boy am I glad I got this helmet. Full speed with half volume and I can hear every note. Fantastic!!! I have the upgraded speakers and the Bluetooth system that Quiet ride sells and it works perfectly. I can mount my phone on the bike, start it in the morning to warm up this winter, then go inside to put my helmet and jacket on and I have Bluetooth connectivity.
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