JScheier said:The most important thing to me, next to safety, is comfort. Everyone has different sized / shaped heads. If you are going to be spending a lot of time in a helmet, make sure you get one that fits and is comfortable.
I wear Bell helmets because they fit me and are comfortable to me. G-Force helmets give me headaches because they don't fit my head shape. Simpson's are better fitting (for me) than the G-Force, but overall, not as comfortable as the Bell.
1. Buy an SA helmet as most clubs are moving to them (if not there already)
2. Try on different helmets to see which is more comfortable.... some of the on-line retailers have awesome return policies, so if you can't find a local shop that you can use to try on different brands, check on-line. I use SafeRacer and have always gotten excellent service and pricing.
PeteInCT said:And BTW, the group buy I'm trying to get together for the Bell M.4 and Sport beats the SafeRacer price, even with their free shipping.
MGCurry said:my birst event will be HOD in NJ April 12, doing track atack and others, what is a good helmet that will pass muster but be the least intrusive, do you guys have preferences.