If you were to ask me, then these would be the 5 best modular helmets for 2020 – 2021, and I’m also going to tell you why. Every head has a different shape and every motorcycle helmet has a different fit. One flip up helmet will be different to the next, and they won’t always match every rider or every type of bike.
When looking for a new modular helmet, you always want to make the best possible choice. Naturally it’s your aim to ride around as long as possible with your new skidlid. Your new helmet also has to fit comfortable and meet your personal demands. We often get the question: ‘which modular helmet is best for me?’.
We’re going to go through some of the specifications to give you a good idea of what the helmets are capable of. I’ll also share my opinion with you on some of the features and benefits of the helmets. By the end of this review video you’ll know which modular helmet is best for you.
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All of the helmets in this top 5 modular helmets video have their own advantages and disadvantages. The best match for you will be explained in this detailed video.
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Scorpion EXO-TECH – 0:58
This Scorpion helmet might not be as ‘cool’ as the Roof Boxer, but it does offer more options and luxury. This helmet features a chin bar that can rotated all the way to the back of the helmet, but it also comes with a sun visor and a Pinlock anti-fog lens.
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ROOF Boxer V8 – 3:34
There aren’t many modular helmets that look cooler than the Roof Boxer. This helmet doesn’t only have the looks, it offers a lot of protection and functionality. The helmet has a fibreglass outer shell and you can personalise it to your liking.
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Nolan N100-5 Plus – 5:14
This might be the best ‘bang-for-the-buck’ helmet currently on the market. This flip up helmet has a compact chin bar, adjustable neck roll, adjustable interior and extensive ventilation. The communication possibilities of this helmet are also wide.
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Schuberth C4 Pro Carbon – 8:06
The C4 Pro is often classed as ‘the quietest modular helmet’. This version isn’t only quiet, it’s also very light thanks to the carbon outer shell. The Schuberth C4 Pro Carbon is still fully prepared for the Sena SC1 systems.
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Shoei Neotec II – 10:35
The allrounder from 2018 is still leading the race in 2020! This helmet has a very pleasant fit, it’s compatible with nearly every rider and it can even be custom fitted with the Shoei Personal Fitting System.
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