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    Shoei neotec 2

    Hi
    Looking for some advice I have had a few shoei helmets. But now going to try a neotec 2 never had a flip helmet before .
    What is it like for wind noise any info would be great
    Thanks
    Martin

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    Soz if in wrong blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAR.600 View Post
    Soz if in wrong blog

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    I think you as the "owner" of this thread could move it to the equipment section.

    Re Neotec 2 it can be annoying at times depending on wind direction/strength - see various reports from different riders regarding various screens used vs. riders heights.
    A bit noisier than a full face but widely regarded as the "best" flip.
    As always other may have a view...........
    The search for truth is the search for the best hypothesis.
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    Thanks for that
    Already did that yesterday.
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