MOTÖRHEAD's RockHard Helmet - Born To Lose, Live To Win

MOTÖRHEAD, a band that lives according to its own rules and which has never sacrificed anything, has joined forces with O'Neal USA, one of the leading manufacturers of motorcycle and BMX accessories, to produce a limited-edition MOTÖRHEAD helmet that features the band's iconic "Motörhead - England" artwork. The helmets will be released under the RockHard brand and will be available at all Cycle Gear locations and finer motorcycle dealerships worldwide.

MOTÖRHEAD's RockHard Helmets will be available in three shells: Full Face Street (retail from $349), Off Road Dirt (retail from $249), and Harley Half Shell (retail from $159). Each helmet is crafted using the finest materials and offers protection in compliance with the world's toughest safety standards including, but not limited to, DOT, SNELL, EU, Australia, and Japanese standards. In addition, each helmet comes in a custom-made container patterned after the band's Anvil equipment road cases and is individually certified and numbered with its own Certificate of Authenticity.

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