Vemar Motorcycle Helmets

If you’re looking for Vemar motorcycle helmets, you are in the right place.

Vemar motorcycle helmets has been in production since 1986, and are distributed in the UK by AIM Active Limited. Riccardo Simoni was the man responsible for the composite helmet direction and made them for some of the most prestigious Italian and overseas brands. They are the largest producer of fibre helmets in Europe and is now run by Riccardo’s son Nicola. The company has a large OEM production for other well-known brands and with the world renowned Italian style and flair, these will be some really good looking helmet, all of which were updated last year and come with a 2 year warranty.

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For some basic tips on looking after your motorcycle helmet, see below.

Caring for your Motorcycle Helmet.

Treat your helmet as if it was fragile. Dropping a motorcycle helmet from waist height could cause damage.

To clean your helmet make sure you only use pure water, very mild soap or specialist helmet cleaners. Strong detergents can damage the helmet’s protective coating.

To get rid of bugs on your visor, try spreading a wet towel or tissue paper over it for ten minutes, this should loosen them off.

Never put stickers on your lid. Some thermoplastic or polycarbonate motorcycle helmets can be damaged by the glue.

Don’t store your helmet near fuel, cleaning fluids or excessive heat as these can damage materials used in the construction.

Don’t stash your motorcycle gloves in your helmet when you’re off the motorbike. They’re likely to have traces of petrol on them which can ruin the helmet’s interior. Their Velcro fastenings can also stick to the lining and cause damage.

Don’t use furniture polish to clean your helmet or visor. Most brands contain petrochemicals which are harmful to plastic/polycarbonate helmets.

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