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SHARK is proud to present a new philosophy. Utilizing all SHARK’s expertise in safety, innovation and function the SPEED-R is a helmet specifically designed to meet the passionate demands of un-faired motorcycle riders.

Double blade air spoiler: positioned at the rear of the Speed-R, it allows the air to flow above and below the blade, hence the dual venturi effect to extract warm air from the helmet.

Spoiler/stabilizer: at its rear base trim the Speed-R has a spoiler, which stabilizes the helmet and the cancels the buffering effect. The immediate benefit is no air turbulence running inside the helmet and greater stability at a steady speed.

Features:

  • Includes Pinlock shield and lens 
  • Latest generation composite ‘long fibre’ construction
  • Integrated, drop down sun visor
  • Extensive wind-tunnel testing to perfect aerodynamics and ventilation system for use with ‘naked’ road bikes
  • Double cavity rear spoiler creates faster air circulation to drastically reduce fogging 
  • Rear deflector stabilizer reduces helmet buffeting
  • Faceshield varies in thickness and is optically correct, scratch resistant and anti-fog coated
  • Completely remove and washable COOLMAX lining 
  • Shark Easy Fit glasses system offers wearers a comfort lining which has a pre-fitted system to accommodate all types of glasses
  • ECE 2205 and DOT approved
  • Two shell sizes
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Shark Speed-R Helmet - Solid 4.6 5 68 68
great helmet poor visor lock I really like this helmet. It looks nice fits on par with size chart. I think the visor change system is the best around. Shoei is nice but you have to stick your fingers in that little hole and pull. It sucks. The visor lock on this helmet works fine with thin gloves but I cannot get it open with my heated Alpinestars on so I have to return it and find something else. I wish I could ride in it but then I couldn't return it so can give review on anything else. November 20, 2014
Great buy Ive worn the helmet for about three weeks of riding and it already feels broken in. The cheeks pads were so stiff at first but now they dont squeeze my face uncofortably. I was at the edge of the large in this helmet and I thought it would always be snug but I find I can push the helmet forward and theres room in the back (my first helmet normally I just pull it down and strap it) I keep the DLoops tighter to use up the space in the back I like my helmet snug. Field of view is good, I would like to have tried on the Vision R but I prefered this style a lot more. Bang for the buck factor, tint visor is GREAT! Bought because of the recommendation for naked riding (the bike, not me) Sidenote: I have a CB500F not the R. December 2, 2014
Nice comfortable helmet I've got a fairly narrow head shape and this helmet is very comfortable. No hot spots and no pressure points so far. Cheek pads were very tight initially, but have softened up and broken in after a month of almost daily use. I ride a Ducati Monster, so no fairing. This helmet is very quiet compared to others I've used when in the airstream. It does start to whistle when i'm tucked down behind the gauges. Visor latching mechanism could be better. it is hard to release the visor. You really have to get a finger under the tab and pull outwards on it to release which is tougher with thicker gloves. Visor is good at not fogging up and when it does fog while sitting at a light, it defogs very quickly once air gets moving again. Overall, I really like the helmet and the amenities for audio are very nice. November 3, 2014
love it The internal sun visor is great and easy to find while riding. It could be darker though, I don't think it's as dark as the mirror tinted visor I have on another helmet. But it does the job on a sunny day, just not if you're riding into the sun. I like how there's very little room below the sun visor to let in light. Ventilation is great, can actually feel it. I don't have a hard time unlocking the visor from the down position like some others have said. With gauntlet and summer gloves I feel the tab with my thumbnail and press up. September 15, 2014
Value for money..... I bought this helmet a year ago. I have more then 1500 miles on it.... Great comfort... Whiz sound when you turn your head...took few months for break in chic pads...great sun visor...chin air vent broke on me... May be I was too hard on it...only thing I did not like about it was visor lock. If you are in traffic and wants to open it with gloves on, it's not easy. Don't have prob with fog.... All in all great looking helmet. October 4, 2014
Highly Functional and Stylish This product (the Shark Speed-R helmet) is exceptional. First, the helmet comes in it's own individual box from the manufacturer, as opposed to being exposed. Upon seeing the helmet in person, I noticed that the visor sent with the helmet was pinlock-ready. Then, after closer examination of the box, I noticed that a pinlock shield is actually included with the helmet. The fitment is true to size, and fits my head perfectly. The cheekpads, although initially tight, have broken in well and wick moisture in a comfortable manner. The shell is light (almost unrealistically light in comparison to my older scorpion helmet) and rigid. The Chimney vent is functional in almost all riding positions, and extremely easy to operate. The chin vent is most effective in the 3/4 position, but will work in others (it is also just as easy to operate). The integrated sun visor is easy to find with a glove, and has more than adequate coverage. There is also a chin curtain included that reduces wind noise substantially for longer rides, although I would not recommend it for a blast down a back-road as it can inhibit ventilation slightly (not a huge amount though, almost so little I didn't mention it). In all, this is a spectacular piece of engineering. It contains every function and feature I was searching for in a sport helmet, and does so far more seamlessly than other manufacturers have yet managed. July 18, 2014
Superior Helmet for Long Distance Riders Excellent Helmet if willing to pay for it! It looks aggressive and badass. Vision is crystal clear and handles very well in heavy rain. Very comfortable and easy to wash the interior padding. Drop down sun visor is my favorite feature and looks SOOO sweet in action. The only down fall is like all front visors it scratches very easily and unfortunately you have to order a new one directly from the manufacture (Not in the USA). July 8, 2014
Best Helmet I've Used So Far High Points: 1. Compared to a Shoei GT Air Graphic (~$600) the Shark Speed-R is both cheaper ($439) and ECE 2205 rated. 2. Awesome feature set: Flip down sun visor, Pinlock ready face shield and pinlock lens included, Rear Spoiler, Chin Curtain, Removable liner, Easyfit system for us glasses wearers. . .and shark tooth ready! 3. Great Style Review Notes: -Shark Speed-R cuts a better profile in the wind compared to my Shoei Qwest which = less pressure on neck (possibly a combination of lighter weight or construction and better aerodynamics -Smooth action (no detents) for face shield give it a surprisingly plush feel -Magnetic closure for face shield can be undone one-handed with a gloved hand contrary to other reviews (one finger on front of visor to control upward motion and left thumb simultaneously puts pressure on magnetic clasp to weaken/loosen seal. . .then simply raise the shield up!) -Drop down sun visor is really great to have--no more changing out shields or buying more shields -If you wear a Shoei helmet the Shark should be true to size; no real pressure points -Looks Great! *NOTE -I didn't give it 5 out of 5 for durability or airflow because I haven't sufficiently tested the helmet in a wide range of conditions to verify August 20, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Daniel P: Great value in my opinion. Between the weight and the sun shield, looks and everything I consider it a well priced helmet.

Unfortunately I crashed, and my head hit the ground twice. I suffered no injuries aside from some scrapes on my hands and wrists. The helmet did what it was supposed to do. Nothing broke off of it, it still looks like it is in decent shape. I would have got another one, but I saw a deal on the NEXX XR1R model which was lighter weight so I got that.

Would highly recommend
Jun 10, 2014
Lucas F: Styling and its design propose. May 3, 2014
Samuel F: Beautiful helmet, great protection, drop down sunvisor, sick looks, real stable at speed, pretty quiet. Pretty much everything I want in a helmet. Mar 30, 2014
Robert K: I choose this because I wanted a newer helmet that would provide less buffeting (I ride a naked bike) and an internal visor that was still ECE2205 rated. Jan 31, 2014
Manuel C: The looks and the quality for the money. I though that it would work great for my two bike since I have a sport one and a more up right seating position. I was right! great helmet. Oct 14, 2013
A S asked: Between the two shell sizes, is the medium size on the larger or smaller shell? Oct 22, 2014
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Felix G: I'm sorry, I have no idea. I boght the medium size
I have an oval shape head and 58 cm measurement.
It fitted perfectly
Nov 4, 2014
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Michael G: Larger shell used for size large and x-large (source: google shark speed r two shell sizes) Nov 4, 2014
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Jeremy M: Smaller Nov 4, 2014
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A S asked: I'm riding a ducati streetfighter and thinking about buying either the Race-R, or the Speed-R. Which one do you think would be the best choice for me? I'm most concerned about noise level and airflow. Feb 6, 2014
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Ben M: I have never used a race-r but I can assure you that the speed r is very comfortable in regards to airflow, weight, and aerodynamic design. Noise level is acceptable, and buffeting is minimal. When you first get it, it will be uncomfortably snug if you sized it correctly. Do not despair, give it a couple hours to pack out and it will be brilliant. My favorite part of this helmet is the aerodynamic design features that reduce buffeting you will be happy with how little it throws you around at high speeds 150+ I could not hold my head up with my old helmet, this one cuts right through and the clarity of the optically correct face shield will make you hate any other helmet, the first day I wore it I kept thinking the shield was up because it is so clear.

Only downside is the decals are terrible On the flat black model. I took them off of mine and it looks absolutely sinister.

As always revzilla was great, fast shipping and answered every annoying question that I had about it before I bought it.

It's a lot of money but worth every penny!!
Feb 6, 2014
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A S: how difficult was it to remove the decals? aren't they painted on? Oct 28, 2014
Scott C: Hey A S,
I removed the windscreen on my Hyperstrada due to turbulent airflow with my height/helmet combo, but now it works well out in the open. Noise levels seem about average to Arai and Shoei helmets I've owned and the internal visor is a huge plus for me. I didn't really notice airflow until it started getting cold out, and it never felt hot even in the high 80s. The build quality is up there too and it came with a Pinlock shield but I never needed it. That internal visor is what swayed me over the Race-R and it's really useful with most of my riding in the city or suburban back roads.

Feb 7, 2014
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Alan L: I don't know about the race-r helmet, but the Speed-R is awesome. I think the airflow is great, but like all helmets, when at a stand still, it does get slightly hot. The vents are easily accessible. The noise level is low to moderate, but it comes with this chin piece which helps greatly in reducing the noise. It would probably be a little better for you since you have the Ducati and our sitting position is slightly different. So the Speed-R might actually work better for you than me. Feb 6, 2014
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Juan C: Well the speed r is a very good helmit I'm happy with my choice I'm not quit sure on the race r but the speed r is comfortable well made the are flow is good on them warm days but the only thing is it's a bit noisy if u ride with the face shild up i hear a whistling nose but when the face shild is down is not to bad that doesn't really bother me well hope it helps u out on your choice but what every one you pick it's a good choice lat me know if u have any more questions ... Feb 6, 2014
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Ron G: To be honest I have not ridden the Race-R but at high speeds the Speed-R does cause my eyes to water a little due to all the air flow coming in. It is better with the chin skirt in place. If I had the money I probably would have gone with an Arai helmet. The noise is not bad in this helmet, I would say it could be better but by no means bad. For the price offered here and the construction and materials used this is a very good safe helmet at a competitive price. Feb 6, 2014
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Daniel W: The only other helmet I have used is a shoei tzr and I love my shark speed r. The noise level is about the same. The airflo seems to be better ( haven't done much riding in summer yet ) the only thing the shoei has on it is the size. The speed r is a little on the big side but weighs about the same. I would say either of those would be a good decision. I believe the speed r is the entry level one so you can't go wrong Feb 6, 2014
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Paul K: If it's noise level and airflow that you're most worried about, I think the Speed-R is a better choice than the Race-R, especially on a naked bike. The Race-R is known to be a noisy helmet, and the venting is designed for a more aggressive seating position. Feb 6, 2014
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Benjamin K: The Speed-R is noticeably more quiet than my last helmet and has very little buffeting issues. Highly recommend based on those qualities. Makes me ride faster. Feb 7, 2014
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Michael R: I also ride a Ducati Streetfighter 848 and I absolutely love the Speed-R. Airflow is good and this helmet is very quiet, especially when the chin piece is in. Feb 6, 2014
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A S asked: Does the lack of a chin windstopper cause any noise, buffeting or let a little too much airflow inside the helmet in colder weather? Jan 12, 2014
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Daniel M: The lack of a windstopper doesn't cause noise,and you can expect some air to come up through the opening.I've noticed very little to no buffeting riding a Moto Guzzi 750 Breva.This is the second Shark helmet I've owned and feel they are of very high quality and a good value. Jan 12, 2014
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jeremy r: The shark speed r does come with a chin wind guard. I always have mine in but it is removable and made out of a sort of neoprene, with it in I do not have any buffeting or extra wind I love my speed r. Jan 12, 2014
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Raphael M: It comes with a removable chin windstopper. I mostly ride without it and don't have any problem with cold air coming through the chin, but I find that it let's in a lot of air around the visor. Jan 12, 2014
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Eric A: I purchased mine about a year ago and it does come with a chin windstopper which is removable. I live in Wyoming with plenty of cold weather and I find it to be very comfortable. Jan 12, 2014
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Pierre V: Not particularly, no more in any case than the Shoei RF 1000 I had been using until I switched to this model, which, by the way, offers superior peripheral vision. Feb 2, 2014
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James S: No it doesnt cause any more noise. Overall it is a great helmet. The vents are very effective for cooling in hot weather and blocking airflow in the cold. Jan 12, 2014
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Jakob E: A little bit but this helmet is absulutly amazing! I drove from Alaska to California with in late fall and it was amazing! Super comfortable. Jan 12, 2014
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Donald W: There was a windstopper in the box that neded to be installed by the owner. I've not ridden without it. I love this helmet!!! Jan 13, 2014
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PR M: It comes with a chin curtain. Works very well. Jan 14, 2014
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Vernon L asked: I'm looking at purchasing a Speed-R Duke later this month when they are released. My head measure 23.75" , Shark's Large ends at 23.6" and XL begins at 24.0". What size, a L or XL, would you recommend based on how your helmet fits? For fit do they seem to run small or large? Thanks. Mar 17, 2014
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Matthew R: I have a rather large dome piece myself. If I were you, as you are on the cusp, I would still opt to just the Large. If you have to much wiggle room, you will find your helmet being buffeted up from wind gust or improper leg placement. When it comes to your noggin, play it safe, and keep it snug. Mar 17, 2014
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Paul Y: I'd definitely lean to the L side. One, your head is closer to that than the XL (diff of .15" vs .25"). Also, the lining will 'break in' a bit over the first few weeks of wear (mine did at least) and I suspect the L will fit. YMMV OFC, but that's my 2cents Mar 17, 2014
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David B: Obviously with everyone's head size/shape being unique there is a bit of subjectivity. But I bought an XL in the Shark EvolineST full face flip up for my street helmet and I bought the Speed-R in L for track days. Since wearing the size L Speed-R for 10 track days last summer I now wish I had bought my street helmet in an L instead of XL.

I'd suggest taking a bunch of the same measurement on your head to get a good idea. Honestly when you are getting down to a 0.15" I highly doubt I could measure my own head to that accuracy. I got as much as 1/2" variance on my measurements depending on how I wrapped the tape around my head.

Measure your head a few times and make sure you settle on 23.75, and if so I'd think the L would be fine. I think many people have a tendency to get helmets that are a little too big out of worry of a helmet being too tight and hurting. I've learned to err on the smaller side when in doubt.
Mar 17, 2014
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Au N: I measure my forehead at 22.2" . I bought a Small. The fit was just about perfect. Caveats: I typically wear a 1/4" buzz cut so I have very little hair to compress, and I am usually not too picky about fit. I average about 6,000 miles/year, about 60/40 commuting / sport touring. Mar 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm riding a ducati streetfighter and thinking about buying either the Race-R, or the Speed-R. Which one do you think would be the best choice for me? I'm most concerned about noise level and airflow. Feb 6, 2014
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Marco G: I have virtually nothing bad to say about the helmet.
I ride with plugs in. So noise levels are negligible. That's not to say that's the ONLY reason I don't have issues with the noise. I have ridden without plugs in my R but never noticed that it's PARTICULARLY loud. So no complaints there. In terms of buffeting I ride a Speed Triple it's naked like your Street-fighter and I notice no more buffeting OR lift (also very important in a naked helmet) than my Shoei RF-1100.
The only complaint if it can be called that is that it doesn't fit MY head like my 1100. But it does fit. Just not as well as my 1100. So is that a knock against my R? No not really just an observation. Your head may differ.
Of note; I bought Shoei's full face helmet with internal sun visor and wore it. I stopped and continue to ride with my R. It's the only helmet I need.
Feb 7, 2014
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Dan C: I have the Speed-R and think it has the most features for the money of any full faced helmet. The Speed-R brings the noise down some but you may still want to wear ear plugs if you normally do for additional comfort. The air flow is nothing to write home about, but it breaths enough at speed that I don't have any issues. At slower speeds I open the visor a little. It is light and the visor is thick. Not a lot of air comes up from the bottom in cool weather. The Race-R is for racing, I thought, and the design criteria is a little different for that application, but it probably is a fine helmet. I don't think you will regret the Speed-R though. Feb 6, 2014
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Stephen B: I have no complaints about the speed R. I purchased it last summer after owning a Shoei. I ride a Ducati ST2 so my riding position is a little more upright. I just couldn't see spending a boatload of money for the Shoei so I decided on Shark. It's a different fit but a good helmet. Noise level is not bad, but I also wear earplugs which mutes wind anyway. I chose the SpeedR because I wasn't interested in paying more money for graphics when I can do my own. Feb 7, 2014
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Dana W: I haven't tried a Race-R so I cant' make a comparison. I've worn the Speed-R for 1 season now and I really like it. It's the best helmet I've owned and I've had some good ones (e.g. Shoei X12?, Shark RSR2 etc.). The Speed-R is also the quietest helmet I've had; it's very quiet and stable no matter what your head position. The air flow is average to very good I would say. Feb 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Looking to see if it will keep cold air out in the winter / wind turbulence off my Sena microphone. Apr 17, 2013
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Maximus: Just got mine, comes with an optional/removable chin curtain that is very comfortable. Although it is mesh, so maybe not enough for cold winter riding (When I say cold, I'm from Canada so cold is close to freezing). Works great for reducing wind noise and it's very comfortable on your skin. Kind of makes getting the helmet on and off a bit more of a pain though - it gets all up in your nose while you pry out your head Apr 18, 2013
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RevZilla: The Shark Speed-R Helmet does include a chin curtain option. However, it is not pre-installed as with other Shark models. It is packaged separately with the helmet.

Moreover, though it is not possible to estimate just how much the chin curtain will affect turbulence or cold air, we will say that it does reduce both effects significantly. Unveil at your leisure!
Apr 23, 2013
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Samuel F: Yupp! It works extremely well! Apr 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: i look on the internet and found that the 1450gr +or- 50gr is far from the reality. People told they weight 1600 to 1700 gr ??? Do you guy weight this helmet ? Thank's for your help and knowledge Aug 6, 2012
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TiburonWrangler: What size? Better helmets come in 2 or 3 shell sizes. I went by the same 1450g claim when I chose the Speed-R sight unseen. My small Arai Quantum/e is just a smidge more than than that on our kitchen scale. My small Speed-R is 1663g, same scale. That said, I agree with the guys on WebBikeWorld, a little more weight is not as noticeable on-bike as things like fit, buffeting, wind noise, etc. Feb 5, 2013
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William W: It probably depends on the size, my XL weighs 1650 g as labelled on the helmet. This is considerably lighter than my last full-face, it also feels nice and light when in use -- granted this doesn't change the actual weight. Sep 18, 2012
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RevZilla: A Size Small Shark Speed-R Helmet weighed in at 1685 grams. Please note that each size may vary slightly due to differences in shell type, liners, and padding used. Aug 8, 2012
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A shopper asked: I've checked out the Shark website and their wording is very..... nondescript. I just want to know what materials go into the shell of the helmet. Anthony said it is a Fiber-composite I believe (Could be wrong) and Shark just states that they used a "Long Fibre Technology Construction". So does that mean it's a fiberglass composite? or what? Sep 20, 2012
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RevZilla: The Shark Speed-R Helmet has a shell that is a Fiberglass composite construction. A fiberglass composite construction is made by taking long fibers of glass and bonding them together. The glass fibers are created under laboratory conditions, to ensure that they have zero imperfections (unlike the glass fiber found in house hold insulation, which does have imperfections and explains why it is so soft and easy to tear). The result is a glass fiber that is extremely flexible, strong, and light weight. It is very similar to carbon fiber, but much less expensive to produce. Sep 21, 2012
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TiburonWrangler: The back of the shell says "High technology multi-axial fibre structure." The SHARP helmet testing website says "Fibreglass".
http://sharp.direct.gov.uk
Feb 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this helmet come with a pinlock lense? Dec 4, 2014
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Chris V: No Dec 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this helmet come with a pinlock ready face shield? (in other words, do I need to buy the pinlock lens insert only, or do I also need to buy a pinlock ready face shield as well?). Nov 3, 2014
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Steve L: Mine did not come with a pin-lock ready shield. The pin-lock shield for the Speed-R and the Race-R Pro has a recessed area on the inside of the shield into which the pin-lock inset fits. Nov 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do you guys plan on carrying this version of the SPEED-R? Sweet graphics! But it doesn't seem to exist anywhere in North America :( Can it be ordered? Aug 9, 2012
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RevZilla: Hey man, those graphics are pretty sweet...apparently too sweet to live on. Our Shark rep just let us know that it's Wingo'd in to the great beyond. Aug 9, 2012
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A shopper asked: Is there a timeline for availability on this helmet? Apr 25, 2012
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RevZilla: Currently we expect this helmet to become available in mid-May. If you select the size and color that you want a yellow pop-up box will appear above the picture, allowing you to enter your email address for notification when the helmet does become available. Apr 26, 2012
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Size Measurement (cm)
XS 53-54
SM 55-56
MD 57-58
LG 59-60
XL 61-62

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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