Heidi specified black and gold as her two colors, and I relayed that to the talented Jeff Wolf when I gave him the medium Icon Airmada helmet.
I don’t personally support the wearing of open-face helmets, so I don’t have any experience to draw from. Sorry!
In a nutshell, I suggest full face helmets because of this diagram. This illustrates the areas which take the impact in accidents.
That being said, I’m sure some folks out there have opinions for you!
I needed to transport my Monster from my house to SDS Performance in Tigard. The Monster Project has gone on long enough… it’s time to rebuild! Not having it in a shop proved very annoying, constantly taking longer than necessary because of missing tools and such. So… I put my motorcycle in my car. Not just a car, but a coupe! Well, strategically place all the pieces, boxes, wheels, and bits in the right spots. Observe.
The engine was so awkward in the front seat that it crept into my seat too. Read on to see the process.
When it comes to stories like this… sometimes it feels like the proper words are hard to find. In 1990 Alan Kempster was in a nasty motorcycle accident- hit by a drunk driver that caused his right arm and leg to be amputated. That didn’t keep him from his passion and love for motorcycles. From maintaining his race bike to taking first place… he does it all plus some.
I’d just like to say to anyone with a disability: If you have a dream and a passion you have to follow it. You’re the one that has to make it happen, no one else will make it happen. - Alan Kempster