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    Wow I want this helmet!. I was considering the Nexx XD-1 but I really like this lid's look! For under $300 that's a great price.
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    Press Release Redefining the definition of value and versatility. SANTA FE SPRINGS – June 1, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The new EXO-AT950 is a modular helmet with a removable external face shield, an internal drop-down tinted sun visor, and costs under $300. “After three years of development, we are delighted to bring this new product to market.” says Frank Esposito. “We’ve known there has been a demand for a modular ADV style helmet for years, but we wanted to make sure the helmet met all the needs of the Touring and Adventure Touring community. We have been asking people what they wanted in a helmet and why, and we feel we have done a great job of meeting their needs.” The first thing you will notice is the huge eye-port, allowing you to see more of the world around you. The peripheral field of vision is exceptional making it easier to look over your shoulder when doing lane changes. If it’s really bright outside, the internal drop-down Speedview® SunVisor can be lowered easily with gloves on while riding. The external peak visor is designed to have very little lift and be quiet at highway speeds, but can easily be removed without tools. “Then you add the fact that it’s a flip-up modular helmet for under $300 and people can’t believe it.” says Esposito. Editors and product testers have been very helpful by providing feedback during the design process. “The visor detentes, drop down sunshade and vents all operate very smoothly. The liner is comfortable as well.” says Carl Parker publisher and editor of ADVMoto Magazine. “The AT950 actually meets the needs of a lot of different types of riders and that’s what’s going to make this helmet so popular.” says’ Mr. Esposito. “It will obviously appeal to the Adventure Touring crowd, but with the peak visor removed, it’s also a great touring helmet. Additionally you can remove the face shield and use goggles for when it’s dusty. The aggressive styling will also make it popular with the Urban riders and the UTV crowd.” The Scorpion AT950 is available in three solid colors: Matte Black, Matte Anthracite, and Hyper Silver and retails for $269.95. The Neocon graphic is available in Hi-Vis Neon, Bright Orange, and Phantom silver and retails for $289.95. About Scorpion Scorpion Sports, Inc. (SSI) produces an extensive collection of Scorpion EXO® branded motorcycle helmets and technical riding apparel in its own state-of-the-art production facility staffed by more than 400 skilled technicians. Scorpion Sports USA operates a corporate headquarters, design and distribution center located in Santa Fe Springs, California as well as an eastern region distribution center located in Louisville, Kentucky. The Scorpion motto “We Live In Our Protection” translates to better, safer, more comfortable solutions for every rider and riding style – street, sport, off-road, adventure, touring, V-twin and ATV. Throughout its history, the Scorpion brand has been recognized for innovative design, premium construction and high customer value. For more information www.ScorpionUSA.com
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    Be careful up there! Welcome!
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    Perfect, wonder how well it will accept aftermarket bluetooth communication?
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    Press Release Honda Demo Rides Planned for Americade Additional demo opportunities scheduled for MotoAmerica’s Barber, Laguna Seca rounds TORRANCE, CA – June 1, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – American Honda will be conducting demo rides for attendees of the Americade touring motorcycle rally, set to take place June 6-11 in Lake George, New York. The hugely popular annual event includes a convention, trade show, guided tours and more, with attendees getting the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful roads of Adirondack Park. Honda will be on hand offering demo rides on a long list of models, including the new VFR1200X and CRF1000L Africa Twin, as well as the Gold Wing, F6B, CB1100F, CBR1000RR, NC700X, CTX700, CB500X, CBR300R and more. In addition, Honda will be offering street demo rides of the VFR1200X and Africa Twin at MotoAmerica's Barber Motorsports Park and Laguna Seca Raceway rounds, both of which are included in the three-race Honda Superbike Showdown. The Barber event takes place June 10-12 in Birmingham, Alabama, where Nicky Hayden will be American Honda's special guest during the weekend and will do demonstration laps on two very special vintage Honda race machines from the world famous Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. The Laguna Seca stop, scheduled for July 8-10 in Monterey, California, also serves as the World Superbike series' American round, where U.S. fans will have their first chance to see Hayden compete aboard the 2016 CBR1000RR. "Honda has a long history of collaborating with Americade, and we're pleased to give customers the opportunity to try our models on some of the best motorcycling roads in the Northeast," said Mike Snyder, Senior Manager of Powersports Marketing at American Honda. "In addition, we're excited to increase our level of participation at Barber and Laguna Seca, arguably the two crown jewels in the MotoAmerica series." About Honda Powersports American Honda Motor Co., Inc. was established in 1959 and is the sole distributor of Honda motorcycles, scooters, ATVs and side-by-sides in the U.S. The American Honda Motorcycle Division is responsible for the sales, marketing, and operational activities for these products through authorized Honda dealers. For more information on Honda products, go to www.powersports.honda.com.
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    If you're ever up in Phoenix let me know. We'll do lunch and I'll buy.
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    Cant wait to see the price here in the USA. It will probably be all smogged up in typical honda fashion. Heavy and choked up running lean. But thats all fixable. =)
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