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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 ans the cancels the buffering effect. The immediate benefit is no air turbulence running inside the helmet and greater stability at a steady speed.
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
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
Approximate Weight from: 1775 g + / – 50 g in size Large
All I can say is great and stylish helmet.
Feels great, the padding is awesome.
It has all the features of a sport helmet without the price.
September 24, 2012
better than my Arai
I like how the helmet balances and has great air flow. I am glad I gave this helmet a try and saved some money too.
July 24, 2012
Excellent helmet for the money
This is an excellent helmet...really at any price. Because it's not a "race" helmet, the styling queues are subtle, but nice. The drop down sun visor has the perfect tint even in direct sunlight and has great coverage area. The clear visor is incredibly solid. The thickness Shark chose gives you an extra sense of security and it doesn't feel "floppy" when opening and closing. And when you have both the clear visor and sun visor down it doesn't feel like you're looking through two different pieces.
This is one of the quietest helmets I've worn (and I've used several from Shark, Arai, Shoei and HJC). Of course, one of the reasons it's so quiet is because there aren't many vents...which is the only semi-negative thing I can say about this helmet. But when stopped at a light you can always flip the clear visor up and let in a little more air and still keep the sun visor down to keep the sun out of your eyes. (Note, I don't suggest riding like this because the airflow hits you strange and makes a crazy whistling noise)
Other online and video reviews of this helmet are spot on. The fit/shape is more of a Round to Round/Oval and that's typical for Shark. The durability...well...I actually hope to never have to truly test it...but you can see and feel the quality.
July 9, 2012
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Bulby:The lever dead center is for the top vent. There's a slider for the sun visor is slightly to the left of the top vent. That's left as in your left-hand side if you're wearing the helmet. The exact same spot as the other Speed-R helmets. The slider is clearly visible in their pictures.Apr 30, 2013
InkDragon:This helmet would be great for any type of bike. I think Shark speaks of it as a "naked bike" helmet to distinguish it from a "race" helmet. Now don't get me wrong, it could be used on the track as well, but without the extra ventilation I wouldn't suggest it.Jul 9, 2012
RevZilla:The Shark Race-R Pro Redding Replica Helmet does in fact incorporate the bulldog image on the rear of the helmet. However, please do not expect this image to scare other bull breeds off!May 1, 2013