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IMPACT LIGHT

Along with new protection standards built inside, the helmet has safety light on the back  which  lights  in

case of impact. This light is created to make the driver more visible in case of an accident.

Motorcross Helmet Concept in Cooperation with O'Neal Europe

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VENTILATION

An annoying problem is the heat stored inside the helmet. Good ventilation is a must have. That's why the Airvents are located in way which offers the best air circulation. 

 
 

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CONNECTION

a bluetooth speaker and mic are built inside the padding inlet.

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HYDRATION

to provide a constant supply of water, the Helmet got a connector for your camelback installed inside the shell. The outlet is accessible with using your hands.

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CLEANING

to make the cleaning process more easier the air inlets have been designed to be easily removable. So you're able to keep the helmet clean in literally every corner. The padding can be detached so don't have to worry when rinsing out the helmet.

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DO TO WITH THIS BIKE MODEL

The motorcross helmet has clearly elongated chin and visor proportions, a chin bar and partially open face area to give the rider extra protection while wearing the googles and to allow the unhindered flow of 

air during the physical exertion of this type of riding. The visor is created to allow the rider to dip his or her head to provide protection from flying debris. It will also keep the sun out of the eyes.

WHY DO MOTORCROSS HELMETS HAVE THIS TYPICAL SHAPE?

 
 
Konstantin Baumann  |  Industrial Design  |  Germany  |  baumann.konstantin@gmail.com or leave a message here