Womens motorcycle helmet to be launched in 2018
Womans motorcycle helmet is to be made available to the public in 2018.
The first batch will be available in April and will be made by Kawasaki of the UK.
The helmet is intended to be worn for commuting, while the other helmet will be for daily use.
According to the company, it is designed to reduce the risk of head injuries during a crash, which are more likely in a motorcycle than a motor vehicle.
Kawasaki said the helmet was designed with a large head circumference and features a flexible material for the wearer’s head to breathe.
It has been developed to be lightweight and comfortable to wear, as well as to reduce helmet-related head injuries.
The new helmet will cost around €2,500, and will have to be purchased by customers.