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These kind of collisions with foreign objects is the reason our motor cop bikes were always equipped with windshields we looked through and not over, which protected the riders full head and body from debris kicked up off the road or unsecured stuff from another vehicle.
Out on a stunningly gorgeous day today, and got caught with a rock or bolt or somesuch off a farm truck alongside Lake Ontario. Kinda beat up the chin air inlet and made a helluva noise, but better than my chin. Years ago, a buddy smacked a bat (!) with his nose while in a 3/4 helmet at speed; I decided then and there that my helmet choice was decided.Others will think otherwise, that's cool.Paul
I never thought of that. Makes sense.
I have been wearing a full face helmet for decades. Also I have had modular helmets for many years as well.kk
I can't remember where I saw this (It was only a few weeks ago) but there was an analysis done of where the impacts occur on the head as a result of a motorbike accident. The highest percentage location? The lower face/jawbone area, which (if I remembered correctly) gets smacked about 25% of the time. That put an end to my shopping for an oh-so-cool open face/goggles combo.
Iíve always worn a full face helmet too, but for a different reason. Iím trying to protect other motorists. You see, when you are as gosh darn handsome as I am, women can get distracted and then have accidents.
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