Womens motorcycle helmet to be launched in 2018

  • December 1, 2021

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.

MOTO ADVANCE: MOTO V6s, new helmet options, and more

  • September 15, 2021

MOTO AVX-1 and AVX+ helmets will be available in the US beginning in February, the Japanese brand said. 

While the MOTO E1 and MOTO A1 helmets have been discontinued in the United States, MOTO will continue to offer the MOBIC A1 helmet in the European market. 

The A1 is a version of the MOPAR helmet with more of a metal finish, and the E1 is made from an aluminum-clad construction that provides a lighter weight and is easier to handle. 

MOTO’s MOBI AX-1 helmet is the cheapest of the bunch, at $399.

The AX-2 is $699. 

In the US, MOBIKU’s MOTO AX-3 helmet will be offered starting in February.

The MOTO M3 will be $799. 

Meanwhile, MOTORSURF’s MOPARS and MOBIGES helmets will arrive on the US market in February for $399 and $499 respectively.

The helmets are available in two sizes, the MOLESOL-MOPAR and MOLETSOL-AVX helmets. 

A version of this article originally appeared on TechCrunch.