Quote de zoerbo
I like the rebel design. If I get it was leaning towards the one with the Hi-Fi system. I think they look cool and they seem decently priced. I'm playing on riding from Ohio to D.C. in august so I figured it would be nice to have some tunes on the way. I wear a large so hopefully they have it in stock when if I do order one. Let me know how it is when you are riding with it if you don't mind.
Ok, I've ridden with the new Torc T-50 helmet over two days; which included city roads, state highways, and interstate.
I really like the helmet. It's the most comfortable helmet I own (and I currently own two HD 1/2 helmets and a Shark Evoline FF (I have owned others)). I like the fit and the feel of the interior. Not feeling any abnormal or excessive buffeting. It knocks down a good bid of the wind noise and makes hearings stereo better. I did not get the helmet with the built in speakers, so I cannot comment on those.
I like the look, fit, and feel of the helmet. I thought the price was fine and in the same range as all of the other retro style 3/4 helmets. When I say I like the look, I am referring to the outside shape and profile. The "Move Over" graphics are a little goofy, but if I really wanted to get rid of that look some sand paper and a rattle can would do it. You can buy the helmet with solid colors and other graphics.
I would recommend buying the Torc T-50 helmet to anyone in the market for retro style 3/4 helmet.
I think it's my new #1 helmet.
Bought a Torc Route 66 T-50
3/4 helmet last weekend. Really liked the way it fit. Has a retro look and a really comfortable interior.