Not content with protecting your head, then try these bluetooth entry-level lids. Now you can take calls, stream music or speak to a fellow rider (within range) while your riding along. These helmets come with bluetooth headsets fitted. Some other helmets come as “bluetooth ready”, which means you need to buy the device and fit it yourself. It’s important to find this out, before you go and buy one you think is “all singing, all dancing” when it turns out it’s an expensive addition.
Vcan V210 Blinc Bluetooth 5 from The helmet place £150
Duchinni D619bt from J&S Accessories £150