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Discussion in 'Riding Gear - Accessories - Workshop Tools' started by kiffsta, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. Dingleberry

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    20220614_210612.jpg The HJC RPHA10 I bought when I was still married and fancied doing a bit of racing. Is definitely a bit noisy but quite lightweight and that was important as I still wanted to eat pies.

    The Shoei XR1100 is possibly a tiny bit loose as a comparison but fits the shape of my head betterer (sic) than the rest I tried at the time. I use it mainly as a winter helmet with a very thin balaclava. Well vented and decent aerodynamics means no sweaty head or sore neck for me.
     
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    ... and eating pies is important. I am deprived of pies, hard to take :(
     
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    I see your location is Thailand. Pastry is easy to make, Thai green curry chicken pies are very nice...
     
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