This Weeks Motorcycle Gear Deals

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We’re constantly on the look for great deals on motorcycle gear. We’ll be updating this post each week with the latest sales on gear and accessories, so keep checking here for new deals.


HEY! Did you know you could help support us MOrons by buying stuff at Revzilla? It’s true. Whenever you click on over there after seeing a thing here, we get a piece of the pie. It’s a win/win situation – especially when the thing is on sale. You get a deal on what you needed anyway. We get to keep eating. Here are a few of this week’s retail therapy opportunities.

Arai VX Pro 4 Helmet – $527



The iconic Arai VX Pro-3 receives its long-awaited replacement in the form of the Arai VX Pro 4 Helmet. The Arai VX Pro4 dirt helmet is for the serious off-road enthusiast, who requires nothing but the utmost in comfort and protection from their lid. The round shell shape is based on Arai’s R75 Shape Concept and is optimized for strength and the peak, mouth vent and top vents are all designed to break away upon impact leaving less surface mass to catch or bind.

The interior Dry-Cool liner and cheek pads have been redesigned for comfort and ease of putting the helmet on and removing it, and feature Arai’s signature triple-density foam construction. The eyeport is extremely wide and is large enough to accommodate even the largest goggles for a panoramic view of your surroundings. All the VX Pro vents have been redesigned, including an all new chin vent which has been moved to the outside of the helmet, which in turn makes the helmet roomier in the chin area. The other vents have been re-tooled as well, to provide increased airflow.

Bell MX-9 MIPS Presence Helmet – $130



When the moto gets intense, Bell’s Velocity-Flow ventilation system moves tons of cool air in, and warm air out to keep you comfortable. The Bell MX 9 Helmet packs a moisture-wicking liner that is designed to channel air where you need it and is fully removable and washable.

Fly Racing Dirt Formula Origin Helmet – $553



An entirely new perspective on safety – that’s what you can expect from the Fly Racing Formula Helmet. Introducing a multi-layered and adaptive impact system, the Formula Helmet utilizes cutting edge technologies focused on protection beyond the the risk of skull fractures and deep into the realm of dangerous concussions.

Fly’s Impact Energy Cells, enhanced with RHEON, make up the Formula’s first line of defense. With the help of RHEON, an innovative viscoelastic material, Fly’s Impact Energy Cells enhance energy dissipation on impact through seven strategically placed energy cells in the helmet’s interior. For the Formula Helmet’s second act in protection, Fly has paired their patented Conehead EPS technology with expanded volume EPS in six highly critical zones, each specifically designed to respond accordingly to both low and high speed impacts. As an added bonus, the Conehead EPS design renders a softer and lighter EPS which increases the helmets comfort by reducing its overall weight and more efficiently absorbing impact forces over a wider array of impact situations. Finally, cloaked in 12K carbon fiber, the Formula Helmet’s shell is lightweight and incredibly robust with a flexible nylon peak that resists breaking and features a quick release mounting system.

Shoei VFX-EVO Josh Grant 3 Helmet – $490



Get ready to rumble in the arena with the Shoei VFX-EVO Helmet, the next iteration of the popular VFX-W. The VFX-EVO’s liner incorporates the unique M.E.D.S. (Motion Energy Distribution System), a specially inserted module of the EPS liner designed to absorb sudden impacts by reducing rotational acceleration to the head in the event of a crash. Shoei’s in-house testing showed rotational energy to be reduced by 15% in comparison to that of the VFX-W off-road helmet. The shell is constructed with high-performance AIM+ (Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus Multi-Fiber), a combination of fiberglass and organic fibers. The result is a rigid, ultra-lightweight, yet elastic structure.

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