The awareness related to safety certification for bike helmets, including E-marks, Kitemarks, ACU Gold, DoT, Sharp ratings, and Snell certifications, has increased from previous years. Now a new program by the name of ‘FRHPhe,’ which stands for the FIM Racing Homologation Programme for helmets, has been added to the list. For the riders of MotoGP, motogp2, motogp3, and WSB, it will become mandatory to wear the lids mentioned in approval. This enforcement was, however, delayed till June, it won’t be long till the helmet makers use the label of ‘MotoGP Approved’ for their helmets sales but it will promote a good safety level. Only for helmets have been approved this program and eight have passed the test of homologation but still have rubber stamp final test left. We can’t rank them, but here’s the list of Top Ten Best Moto GP legal helmets because they are all unique and ultimate in their way.
Top Ten Best Moto GP Legal Helmets– Top Rated
LS2 Arrow C EVO
We think that this is the race version of arrow carbon Evo. The list of FIM tests doesn’t explicitly tell whether it has passed the impact test or not and we can not guarantee that it’ll be the same copy of the helmets used in races, but we only know that the size of a helmet is medium that passed the test. It costs from £240 to £300 depending on its color.
Arai RX-7 Racing
This helmet has passed the FIM test two times, once without the add ons and second with its extra wind-cheating bits. The sizes that gave were XS, S, M, and L and the remaining sized are in the pending list. The range of RX-7 consists of many materials and prices and the racing model is considered to be the top range which costs £2,524.
The rider will only get this piece if you’re a MotoGP or WSB rider, so it’s not easy to get rider hands on this one. He can get this helmet from £230 to £470 as suggested by an online search or can get a duplicate for around £300. This helmet is a three-star kid, according to SHARP which says that changes for this might be substantial.
MT KRE Snake Carbon
If you want the cheapest MotoGP spec lid, then this is the helmet you can depend on. We can’t guarantee for this one as well that it will be the same as one that the riders wear on the track, but it is quite similar to the one that cleared the FIM crash test.
It one is very much identical to the one that cleared the FIMs homologation crash test with a price of £500. Danilo Petrucci and Hafizh Syahrim, the MotoGP riders, have worn this and Alex rins where’s the same lid which is of Nolan’s brand.
This helmet is expected to be worn by Fabio Quartararo, who is selected in the Yamaha Petronas team. The product has cleared its FIM test and costs around £280 to £360 depending on which color you choose.
The homologation is still pending but the X-fourteen is considered to be the top range which passed the FIM test. The rider named Marquez has worn it which you might have heard of, makes this helmet more critical.
It is a four-star helmet according to the SHARP test and has cleared the criteria of FIM. The product can’t be compared with others on the list, as SHARP does not all try them.
AGV Pista GP R
The helmet is very much concerned with passing the FIM tests, which it did as it’s considered as the most popular helmet and Valentino Rossion has worn it has well. Even if your skills don’t match the Rossi level, it’s still a five-star helmet as said by SHARP which makes it the right choice.
Bell Pro Star ECE
This helmet passed without any difficulty when the ECE wanted the European standard to be adopted through FIM testing. It costs around £600 but since 2019, no one is known to wear this in MotoGP competition.
Top Ten Best Moto GP Legal Helmets – Top List
|Top Ten Best Moto GP Legal Helmets
|Bell Pro Star ECE
|AGV Pista GP R
|MT KRE Snake Carbon
|Arai RX-7 Racing
|LS2 Arrow C EVO
Helmets are a vital part of riding and since the past few years, the safety certification related to it has very much increased their focus on helmet safety. The list doesn’t rank any helmet but it tells you about the ten best masks made.