How are the off-road helmets?
The helmet is an important element for every runner. From motocross to a normal bike with four wheels; everyone needs a helmet to protect something as sensitive as the head against a possible fall. Of course, each section requires different compounds. It is obviously not the same a race in MotoGP than in trial, so the composition of the helmet itself will be different.
Starting with helmet of trial, this is the most conventional within those in the off-road world. They are simple, do not have anything special structure and could be worth up to run on the road. In general, they closely resemble the Jet ones. It is precisely the fact of not having screen what makes them different from the usual for driving on a current road, although it can also be done without. It is simple but effective.
On the other hand, helmets for motocross and enduro have certain variations with respect to trial, but maintain the same characteristic: there is no screen. And yes, it has an explanation. Normally this is an unnecessary supplement because pilots often wear glasses to their discipline. The main difference is that it has a pronounced chin protector and also a quite long visor, which has the same objective as the glasses: to protect pilot from the sun. Despite these two supplements this helmets are comfortable and light for the pilot.