The helmet is surprisingly light. It feels sturdy, I did not get that pain at the back of the neck when speeding on the highways (the issue with the upright riding of the Scrambler Ducati).
Now, on the hills of Teluk Bahang-Balik Pulau, the open faced helmet I used to wear had more visibility of the corners and curves. I was a bit wary of the disadvantage of a full faced helmet for me personally, however, this proved to be a non-issue. My mind did not create any anxiety nor did I lose any focus when taking on the continuous curves of the hills. As usual, it was, “Alaa…dah habis??” as I reached the foothill.
The first time I wore it and turn on the engine of my bike, I did not recognize the sound that came out from my bike. Pretty snug. I am used to using an open face helmet, so it took some time to get used to a full faced helmet. But I'm always excited whenever I'm out for a ride so, it was just a few minutes to get used to it :)
|pillion bidan terjun.|
i look like i've been out all day. coconut vanilla ice cream.
12th hour of outing.
When speeding on the highways and riding on the bridge (with expected winds from the open sea), I could hear the wind, of course, but not that continuous buzzing sound pressing on your ears. The design at the chin area (and the smooth solid paint of the whole helmet) splits the wind in a way that it passes smoothly by your ears (imagine soft silk and Yuna's Crush playing).