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Fly Racing makes a wide variety of products for motocross, bmx, atv, watersports and snowmobiling. From Helmets to Fly Racing Jackets, Fly Racing has you covered for whatever sport you choose. Fly Racing is dedicated to quality merchandise at affordable prices, so everyone can have top notch gear when they go out to ride.

Fly Racing Gear is rugged riding apparel that can hold up to the tough life of a rider, because it was designed by a company full of enthusiasts. Fly Racing Gear is made for riders by riders, and no one knows riding like someone who lives it every day. Even with wet weather, Fly Racing Raingear has your back. Fly also has a line for the young people that enjoy MX racing as well. Fly Racing Youth Gear offers many of the same bold looks as the adult line.

Fly Racing F2 Carbon Helmets are some of the top helmets from the Fly design team. F2 Carbon Helmets are made of a composite shell for strength and feature an anti fog venting system for goggles. Fly F2 Carbon is lightweight and tough and was created to thrive in the dirt.

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Hey this is ruben with competition accessories were gonna make a quick video about the fly trekker. now if you ride a dual sportmotorcycle and you do some on road and some off road theres not to many options for dual sport helmets and if you dont wont to spendyour money on an Arai XD-3 or the shoei hornet the fly trekker is definetly an attractive helmet to look at, for the money you getalot of features and of my favorite features about it is you can actually use goggles underneath it without taking the visor offso you can leave the faceshield on you dont have to take it off or pull it apart if you run into some dusty conditions and yourfollowing somebody and you would rather use goggles instead of the faceshield you can actually just run that goggle strap theresenough clearance underneath that and have the goggle strap go all the way around the eye port is wide enough to accomidate gogglesand its very comfortable with those on and then the goggle strap has a good secure place to go all the way around the back of the helmetso thats really nice another fairly interesting feature is you can close the faceshield even with goggles on so if you wont to run that way you could probably not likely that you would though but if started raining or something like that you may wont to keep your gogglesclean so you can close that obviously that does mean there will be a small gap right here though so your not getting a real tight sealon the gasket on the side since theres going to be a clearance there for that goggle strap but thats kind of neat and were going to pullthose goggles out of there now, so you do get a integrated visor thats going to have some ventilation with it so at highway speeds youvegot somewhere for the air to go and its not going to act just like a big air scoop here you can actually see that theres channels for theair to pass underneath the vis and or and go up over the helmet another thing is the ventilation on this helmet with dual sport ridingor any off road riding the speeds arent always as high as on the streets so the ventilation in a helmet that is designed for some off roaduse needs to be very very aggresive, if you take a look at the ventilation on this helmet it has a very large chin bar vent which you can openand close right here and that directs air straight to your mouth then up here at the top it may be kind of hard to see but under the visorthere are basically two vents that operate with switches so you can open and close hem depending on the conditions and then you have two ventsup here which open and close with a single slider switch and as air passes over the top of this helmet your going to have some air coming inat the top and then there are some large exhaust vents which will help by pulling all of that warm air out of the helmet which is one of themost effective ways to vent the helmet theres also a static vent on the side of the chin bar again thats just driving more air out of the helmetand at the base here theres more ventilation to get that hot air out. We'll take a look here at the inside of the helmet theres basically a fullyremovable liner thats going to come out with just a few snaps cheek pads come right out so thats going to be very easy to clean if you need topull this out between rides and freshen up your helmet its definately easy to do and pull out the rest of the liner which is really easy as welland you can see theres plenty of holes for the ventilation to get through the helmet and to your head and if you take a look at the actual foam liner itself you will see that there is actually a two piece liner inside and thats a dual density EPS liner so theres two different densitys of foam used in the construction of this helmet so that different parts of the helmet absorb impacts differently based on studys of how heads hit the ground and what parts of the head need a little softer cushion and then different parts of the head where a little firmer padding will work.So again that is the fly trekker and if your in need of a budget minded dual sport adventure helmet this is definetly a great one to take a look at you can check these out on our website at competition accessories.com also click on this link right here that'll take youto our youtube channel make sure you subscribe to us and stay up to date on our latest video reviews we also have a couple give aways that we do for all our youtube subscribers as well as our facebook fans check us out there as well thanks for watching and we'll see you next time.
Hey this is Reuben with competition accessories. today were here with the fly f2 carbon helmet. This is a dirt helmet that falls right in that 250 to 300 dollar range that there isnt a whole lot to choose from in. I mean you have a lot of entry level helmets from the 100 to 200 dollar range and then it seems like theres a bit of a gap and then your getting up to 4 5 6 hundred dollar helmets in the off road world. So if your shopping around for a dirt helmet as far as bang for the buck this is a definitely a really good one to take a look at. First of all as the name implies f2 carbon it is a carbon fiber Kevlar shell so you have a composite construction shell with a weaved blend of carbon fiber and Kevlar its very strong and its also light weight so its going to be a nice stiff shell. Its lighter than the polycarbonate helmets that youll find out there in lower price ranges and it comes in a variety of different graphics as well. Up here I have an Andrew short and a Trey Canard replicas. Talk about the ventilation first of all there are 11 intake vents and 4 exhaust vents in this helmet. You have a ton of ventilation in the chin bar so that scenario obviously your breathing hard if your out racing you need a lot of fresh air coming in and you got plenty of air to come in at the front of the chin bar and the sides you have some nice screened mesh there below the visor here. Youve got some other additional intake vents built into the front of the shell. Same thing at the top of the helmet and theres pass through passages airways for the air to get through the visor so it doesnt scoop a lot of air. The airs actually got somewhere to go and its going to get channeled right into this vent right here at the top of the helmet. Looking at the back of the helmet youve got some more ventilation. Youve got exhaust vents at the back theres 4 there 2 up here and 2 at the base here and thats to get hot air out so as you ride cool air is going to be pushed in from the front and as you ride a vacuum will be created behind the helmet and the area of low pressure will draw the warm air from inside the helmet out which is a very effective way of cooling the helmet and you can see Ive got little guy Andrew short on the back there. Another thing about ventilation and this is a really neat feature at the front of the helmet here youve got some additional intake vents and they call this their tri vent goggle anti fog vent basically its directing air around the goggles to draw air the warm air out of the goggles to prevent fogging in the goggles which is a problem obviously if your racing. I mean a lot of modern goggles do a fantastic job at preventing fog but if they dont get a lot of air flow they have a harder time managing it so that just is an additional feature that is very very beneficial for people who are you know getting really hot in their helmets and racing especially if its cooler weather out its really critical to get the air flow to the goggles. Other nice little touches about this helmet youve got aluminum hardware everywhere so youve got aluminum rivets for the visor to be held on, aluminum rivets for the chin bar, nice d rings so its definitely a top quality helmet. But sill again your in the 250 to 300 dollar price range so your getting a lot of bang for your buck. Talk about the interior of the helmet Its got a quick release interior which means its very simple to remove which is great for people who ride a lot. If you need to pull the interior out and clean it up after your ride especially you know its been really dusty and sweaty youll be able to pull this out and clean it very easily. Youll see the back of the cheek pad is actually an open design so you get plenty of air flow its not going to get really hot in the helmet and they basically just attach with a few snaps and they come right out. Very simple design the interior of this helmet as we pull it out youll see the eps liner. EPA is basically the foam that is doing the job of absorbing the impact in a crash and what youll see I want you to notice that theres actually two pieces so its actually a two piece EPS liner system. So youve got the internal surround the goes around your head and then you have this center piece at the top here thats a different density of foam and the purpose for that is so it progressively absorbs the impact. You have softer foam leading into harder foam so that a lighter hit is going to going to be absorbed by the soft foam and a heavier hit is going to be progressively absorbed so that theres minimum impact to your actual head. Other things to note inside the helmet once weve got the guts our of here you can really see how much ventilation there actually is in this helmet and thats something you definitely see a difference with different price points of helmets. So as you move up into more expensive helmets such as this one youre getting more and more ventilation than what youd get on a lower end helmet. Youve got plenty of intake vents at the front that are going to reach directly to your skin. Theres air vent channels that are going to direct that air flow right over the top of your head and theres plenty of places for that hot air to escape. So you can see theres lots of for the air to come in and out through the vent system. Its also EPS lined all the way around the chin bar with a nice cover of foam and rubber so thats a nice touch as well and a built in roost guard around the nose as well which is a very nice shape its not going to jab you or anything like that and its nice and soft so it shouldnt bother you at all and its also going to protect you from the roost that is kicked up. That is the Fly F2 Carbon from Fly Racing if you need, again a very high-end helmet without paying the extremely high end price that youd find in some other brands the Fly F2 Carbon is definitely a great helmet to look at. Got some really great replicas from some of their racers as well as some other graphics that are available. Make sure you click here to subscribe to us on You Tube. Also check us out on Facebook we have monthly giveaways that we do every month. Thanks for watching for watching and well see you next time.
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