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Hey guys this is Ruben with competition accessories. Today we are going to talk about the HJC RPS-10 helmet. This helmet has really raised the bar for HJC helmets and its a new flag ship helmet for them. It is the same helmet that Ben Spies is wearing in moto GP. We have two of his replicas up here, the Ben Spies limited edition RPS-10 on this side and then to my left we have the monster edition. Both are really good looking helmets. I have personally been riding in the patriot graphic which is this one here in front of me. I have had it for about six months. I have done track days in this helmet, trips in this helmet, ridden in the mountins with it and have been really impressed with this helmet. It flows very cleanly and smoothly through the air and surprising quite for the amount of air ventilation that you get with it. It is a really comfortable helmet. I have really liked wearing it. It has been comfortable at the track and it has been comfortable on longer trips. It has more of an intermediate oval shape to it. A lot of less expensive you will get into have more of a completely round shape internal shape, but the RPS-10 definately gives you more room front to back. For me personally its been very comfortable. It is snell 2010 and DOT approved. It uses a fiber glass and carbon fiber in the construction of the shell of the helmet. I actually have a fully Carbon fiber helmet also and the RPS-10 actually weighs in a little bit lighter at under 3.5 lbs on our shipping scale. It is incredibly light, which is just one more feature that makes it that much more comfortable to wear. Lets talk about the ventaliation. HJC has wind tunneled test this helmet not only for the aerodynamics and to get it to be very stable at speed, but also to maximize how affective the vents are as you ride. At the front of the chin bar, you will notice two static vents that are always open. Those direct air up onto the face shield and there is a third chin switch which opens and closes with a rocker switch. That is going to direct additional air flow up into your face. You can close that if it is cold outside. At the top of the helmet you have two max air ventalation vents. These are basically ram air scoops. As you ride, air is going to be forced into these vents. These are closable with a simple roller switch. They have several positions that are very easy to open and close. Even with gloves on you can roll them forward to close them and roll them backwards to open them. You can use an intermediate position, though personally I usually go open or completely closed however, they do work really well. Air is forced in their and it works in conjunction with the internal structre of the helmet. They have their advanced air channeling ventalation system which directs air that comes into the helmet through these vents to give you maximum coverage throught the inside of the helmet. If you look at the rear of the helmet, they have built a spoiler into the helmet which helps to reduce any turbulance if you ride at higher speeds. The rear spoiler helps give you a very stable feel while riding. It also creates an area of low pressure at the back of the helmet. The venturi vents located at the back of the helmet are raised as air rushes over these, it is going to draw warm air right out of the helmet. Like I said, I did a track day at Atlanta in this helmet and the temperature outside was 98 degrees F. I was very thankful to have such adequate ventalation in this helmet. Another think I love about the HJC RPS-10 is that they have developed a new shield for it. It is called the HJ-20 shield. One thing you will see on a lot of higher end helmets is, especially helmets designed for the track is that they will have a shield locking mechanism. Typically a switch located on the side of the shield or a lever on the side of the helmet. Basically once you close the shield, you would reach over and lock it. The HJ-20 has the helmet locking mechanism on the front of the helmet. Now I will stop right there because I have seen some people asking online if that is going to get in my way. I don't want to be distracted by this thing that is in front. Well if you ride with the shield have way open it will be in your vision. With the shield closed though you will notice they have noticed a breath deflector as most helmets do that is going to direct hot air away from the shield. But with the shield all the way down, that locking mechanism is pretty much out of sight and you really cant notice it. Same thing with the shield all the way up and open you can't even see it. Not something to worry about. Basically how it works is when you close the shield you give it a further press and it locks the shield down. So that is going to give you a really good seal around the gasket. The reason they build these on race helmets is these guys that are running at high speeds will do head checkes at 130-140 mph and when you turn your head side ways, that vaacum from the wind can actually suck your shield open, which is obviously not something you want to have happen. That is why you will see shield locking mechanisms on helmets built for the race track. As far as changing the sheild out HJC has basically taken their rapid-fire shield changing mechanism and made it into their rapid-fire two mechanism. With the shield all the way up, there are basically two triggers on the sides of the helmet. You have got one on each side and you basically pull the lever back and that shield is basically going to pop right off. It makes it very easy to change out. The HJ-20 shield comes in many different varieties of mirrored shields and there is also light and dark smoke shields and even a high def version. One thing you will see that comes on the HJC RPS-10 as standard is this shield is pinlock ready. That is what these post are on the inside of the shield. They actually include a pinlock insert with the helmet and it comes inside of the box. I have actually got one of those here with me and it still has the protective film on it here and it looks kind of yellow and when you take that off it is going to be clear. Basically there are little notches on either side of the pinlock insert. Those are going to line up with the corresponding post on the inside of the helmet. What that does is basically creates a seal between the inside of the shield and the outside of the shield and there will be a very small pocket of air that insulates the shield and does a fantastic job at eliminating fog. So if you are riding at colder conditions or wet weather where fogging is an issue, simply install that fog insert and you will not have any issue with fogging. There are also different tints available, a pinlock available in high-def, smoke so you can do that as well. You can have a smoke insert installed into the clear shield, it will help reduce fog and assist in brighter conditions. To reinstall the shield basically is the reverse to take it off. Line up the notch and press it into place. Very easy to switch out the shields on this helmet. Okay moving onto the interior of the RPS-10. HJC uses silver cool fabric which is basically a moisture wicking fabric which is going to draw away from your skin and allow that moisture to escape through the ventilation system. One thing you will notice about the RPS-10 is they do include a chin curtain. So for colder weather riding it is going to eliminate cold air from inside underneath the chin bar. It is also going to keep the helmet a little bit quiter. You can remove that and it basically removes the liner and chin bar of the helmet and comes right out with the velcro that holds it in place. You can run without this option, it will just allow a little bit more airflow inside of the helmet. The cheek pads are also easy to remove. Basically three snaps and some velcro hold it into place. One thing I want you to see is these are very contoured cheek pads so they cradle your face and are very comfortable. Again that silver cool material does a great job keeping you warm in colder weather. I will pull the other side out here. Another thing you can do with cheek pads is go up or down a size. So if you need a little bit more room you can always go with a slightly thinner cheek pad. To remove the crown liner, there is basically is two snaps at the back and one at the front of the crown. Basically three snaps, little tricky to get out, but they basically just snap in. You will see that there are holes in the front for perforation all around the crown liner, which works in conjunction with the crown liner to direct air around your head. Warm air can escape out the back to keep you very comfortable and the interior is moisture wicking as well. Take a look at the inside of the helmet at the EPS liner. You can actually see the different air channels built into the liner itself and as air get into the vents. These air channels are going to allow air to reach the top of the head to keep you comfortable and at the back of the helmet calls for the warm air to escape to keep you comfortable in hot weather. That was our overview of the HJC RPS-10. If you are looking for a premium helmet that you can take to the track or just a comfortable helmet for all day riding. The RPS-10 definately brings HJC to a whole another level. Price point is very attractive as well and prices can be found on our website at There are several different graphics available including two replicas from Ben Spies. This is the Patriot graphic, there is also the Maguello graphic as well as solids. We will see ya next time.
Information and Details about the HJC RPHA 10 Solid Helmets - RPS-10
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HJC RPS-10 Solid Helmets are full face helmets perfect for everyday street riding, or long distance cruising. With an ultimate comfort interior and enhanced venting, the RPS-10 Helmet was made to be durable and rugged for a life on the road. The HJC R-Pha10 Helmet Solids are DOT Approved for US highway use.

HJC decided to Change the name from RPS-10 to RPHA-10 for this model Helmet

The New HJC RPS-10 Solid Helmet are a huge upgrade to the FS-15 Helmets. Now named the HJC R-Pha 10 Helmet, they have new venting that has adjustable dials with about 10 setting, and have a improved locking mechanism.

Details on the HJC RPHA-10 Solid Helmets
• The HJC RPHA-10 Helmet uses Advanced lightweight P.I.M. (Premium Integrated Matrix) fiberglass composite shell for superior fit, performance and comfort using advanced CAD technology.
• The HJC RPHA-10 Helmet has an adjustable maximum airflow top vents with variable control dials work with the 'ACS' Advanced Channeling Ventilation System to provide full front to back airflow. Countless hours of development and testing conducted inside of our advanced wind tunnel have resulted in extremely smooth airflow both inside and outside. The reward is low wind resistance and maximum ventilation.
• The RPHA-10 has a comfortable SilverCool Plus® interior is removable, moisture-wicking and odor-free with advanced silver anti-bacterial fabric. Crown and cheek pads are fully removable and washable.
• ( HJ-20 shield )Optically-superior Pinlock®prepared 2D flat racing faceshield features our innovative center one-touch open/close locking system for an extremely secure seal.
• RapidFireII Shield Replacement System on the HJC RPHA-10 Helmet is a simple and secure shield ratchet system that provides ultra-quick, tool-less removal and installation for efficient operation when timing is critical.
HJC RPS-10 / HJC RPHA-10 Typical Weights
XS-S : Approximately 1,400g
M-L : Approximately 1,460g
XL-2XL : Approximately 1,500g
SNELL/DOT Approved

HJC utilizes industry-leading CAD 3D modeling programs to design helmets that are lightweight, aerodynamic and extremely comfortable. HJC R&D specialists utilize a state-of-the-art continuous single return atmospheric wind tunnel to fine-tune the aerodynamics of every helmet they make. Designs are constantly being evaluated to reduce noise and turbulence while enhancing airflow through the vents and improving overall comfort. Every HJC helmet model is subjected to some of the toughest, most intensive scientific impact testing in the industry. Our helmets are tested in a wide variety of impacts, under extreme temperature conditions from -4º to 122º F, to ensure optimum performance in any riding scenario.

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HJC RPHA - Boston2016   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Light. Quiet. Comfortable. Great Price. High Quality.
Cons: None

Love this helmet. High Quality all around. Very Light. Maybe even lighter than my Carbon Fiber HJC. Good Fit. Quiet - low noise. Nice paintfinish. I am not much for wild graphics, so solid anthracite finish is just what I wanted. Also, like the understated logo.

Pretty awesome - DJ   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Nice fit, quiet, very comfortable, great feel
Cons: A bit tight, but in a good way.

After a recent motorcycle accident, my convertible Bell Revolver's pull down faceplate ripped away during the collision. While the Bell protected the old melon fine, I was really lucky that I landed on my back. I subsequently visited Snell Foundation and found out that they do not at this time approve convertible helmets, so I decided not only would my next helmet be Snell approved, but it would be a full face helmet. After reading the reviews, it appeared to me that the RPHA would best meet my needs. My head size is right between a medium and a large. A bit of a cone-head you might say. I ordered the large size to be sure. I was surprised that it was such a tight fit, and to be honest I wasn't sure I would like it. I decided to give it a full tryout, and I'm glad that I did. It took me awhile to figure out how to comfortably put on by pulling down more or less from the back and taking off the reverse while holding the soft chin guard away from my nose. Anyway, it didn't take long to realize just how comfortable this helmet really is. From a wind viewpoint, this helmet is really pretty quiet too, though I do still wear earplugs for the longer hauls. Yep, I like it a lot.

The right protection for the right price - Trevor   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Quiet, comfortable, light, strong
Cons: [None]

I upgraded my helmet from an HJC polycarbonate helmet to this helmet for many reasons and VERY HAPPY that I did. I really enjoy the light weight of this helmet as there is little to no neck fatigue after riding all day long. Knowing that is made of fiberglass and has a very strong shell puts my mind at ease so I can focus on riding rather than worrying if my helmet will hold up to a potential accident. The 2 air vents on top provide adequate flow to keep your head from sweating and the large vent in front does the same thing and very easy to close and open. I got the matte black color and think it looks awesome. I am very happy with this purchase and recommend this helmet to everyone I know. You wont be disappointed.

HJC RPHA 10 - Excellent helmet at a great price - George   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Light Weight, Great Fit, Top Ventilation, Excellent Price Value
Cons: Paint quality

I had been shopping for several months to replace a trusty HJC AC10 which has been an excellent helmet for the past 10 years. I had narrowed my choices to Shoei RF-1100, Shoei Qwest and the HJC RPHA 10. The fit was similar on the three helmets for me. The two Shoei helmets share basically the same shell and underpinnings the RF-1100 provides more vents, stabilizer spoiler and a higher price. I went back and forth on the three, especially since the Shoei helmets to feel nicer on the inside the liner feels softer and less scratchy, especially when trying it back-to-back with the HJC. Once I got the RPHA 10 and wore it, the liner turned out to be a non-issue.However, when considering the features vs. price 249 for the RPHA 10 as of July 2013, it became an easier choice. Brands are nice, but quality, comfort, durability and performance matter more. I chose the RPHA 10 and the experience so far has been positive. I rode several hundred miles of SoCal canyon, mountain, desert and freeway roads in the first week, with temps ranging from low 60s to 80. The helmet is very light, and the weight is noticeable, especially when riding in windy conditions - this was one of the main reasons I chose it. In addition, the top ventilation works very well - another big plus in my view. The face shield locking mechanism is good - some folks complain about the metal locking clasp I found it to be no problem, easy to close and open. If you ride with your visor half open, the clasp will be in your line of sight, however. The noise level is good, and on par with my AC10, which was a fairly quiet helmet. I will note that I always wear ear plugs when riding, regardless of helmet. The decibel levels at 60 mph are as loud as airport traffic taking off when compounded over years of riding, they could lead to hearing loss.The only drawback seems to be the quality of the paint. I ordered the light silver and while there are no chips in the paint, the thickness is not as solid-looking or feeling as some of its competitors. In fact, the paint on my old HJC AC10 seems more robust. Of course, this may be an issue on my particular helmet, or the fact that being a solid color, is more prone to noticeable paint imperfections.Otherwise, this is a solid choice for a full-face helmet, and weighing its attributes vs. cost, it is one of the best values on the market, if the fit is right for you.

Excellent Lid for the - LaXPA   WI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Lightweight, cool, very comfortable liner, good crown ventilation, and quiet
Cons: Only fair chinbar ventilation

I have previously had two or three HJC helmets over the years, and generally liked them. In middle age, I figured I could afford a little better lid for riding my Super Tenere. Not something in the 500 to 900 dollar range, mind you, but something more than 129.I tried a Shoei Qwest at the local shop and found it to be the wrong shape for my head. I then ordered a Nolan N85 and really wanted to like it. The shell was beautifully finished, had the pinlock insert included, and was pretty well reviewed. But the lining seemed rough on my sparsely covered head, and it was hard to get on and off. So I returned that and tried the RPHA 10. Heaven Very nice quality, cool and comfortable interior, pinlock insert, pretty good ventilation, and VERY light weight for my arthritic neck. And the new graphic R on the front is not quite as cheap looking as the old HJC decal. I'm very happy for my 249. Got the bright yellow color for visibility.

I tried the helmet on for first time today. Right from the start, I knew this helmet will work out. Somehow the designers of this helmet had the formula for head shapes like mine read German Block. I tried the Nolan...One fit and the helmet went back in the box and sent back.Next choice was the Scorpion EXO-500...This is a great Helmet but the Air Fit pump thing made for too tight a fit in the cheeks and this was without pumping it up. Back in the box it went.If you are thinking of ordering one of these you might try up sizing one size.I'll post more info. when I get helmet time with this unit.I hope this info.helps someone find the right helmet on the first try.Ride Safeps And yes...I ride a BMW

Great Value  
Love this helmet so far, VERY little shutter at excessive speed with GREAT view, much better overall than my
HJC FS-15, So light ya bairly feel like your even wearing a Helmet. Ventilation is good, not great, but as good if not marginally better than my other HJC and leaps better than my real heavy EXO-1000 though EXO has inner screen, etc Do think they would be better off using a fogless screen vs messing with the Pinlock, though atleast it comes with a Pinlock insert. Last, but certainly not least..... 350.00 not 650.00 - 850.00.. ONLY 350.00 Sick Value!!

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