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    This;

    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/t.../rp-prod110237

    or this;

    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/t.../rp-prod110240

    I really like the blue one, but i'm not sure if it's worth paying £15 extra. The yellow one is cool but i'm a little self conscious of wearing it in public.


    Which one should i go for?
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    Only losers wear bike helmets.

    Hell yeah.

    **** yeah

    Oh yeah what a man I am.

    Yes

    ****

    UURRRRGGHHH

    /man

    So yeah, the yellow one looks cool enough.
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    Not being funny, but do you know if they fit comfortably? Try them on first.
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    Not being funny, but do you know if they fit comfortably? Try them on first.
    Yeah i know my size mate.
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    (Original post by Silver Arrow)
    Yeah i know my size mate.
    Not being funny but have you tried them mate? Try them mate.

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    (Original post by Ggmu!)
    Not being funny but have you tried them mate? Try them mate.

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    I have mate.
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    (Original post by Silver Arrow)
    Yeah i know my size mate.
    Not the same thing.

    Some helmets fit a more oval shaped head, some more domed shaped, some fit narrower head, some wider.
    Knowing you head's circumference is part of it, but not the whole of it. I went through a few different bike helmets before I got my current one.

    It's like shoes. I know I'm a size 11 or 12, but some shoes fit a lot wider than others.
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    (Original post by Silver Arrow)
    I have mate.
    Glad to hear mate

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    (Original post by Drewski)
    Not the same thing.

    Some helmets fit a more oval shaped head, some more domed shaped, some fit narrower head, some wider.
    Knowing you head's circumference is part of it, but not the whole of it. I went through a few different bike helmets before I got my current one.

    It's like shoes. I know I'm a size 11 or 12, but some shoes fit a lot wider than others.
    Yes i've tried one on. What helmet ya got now?
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    (Original post by Silver Arrow)
    Yes i've tried one on. What helmet ya got now?
    I've got a 'Lazer' - imitation Kask helmet.
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    I've got a 'Lazer' - imitation Kask helmet.
    Great so do you think the blue or the yellow?
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    (Original post by Silver Arrow)
    Great so do you think the blue or the yellow?
    I'm one of those vain fools who likes things to match. My bike's matt black and my helmet's matt black.... What colour's your bike?
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    I'm one of those vain fools who likes things to match. My bike's matt black and my helmet's matt black.... What colour's your bike?
    White and blue.
 
 
 
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