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    Quote Originally Posted by frostbitevinnie View Post
    The 3/4 helmet is an excellent choice since in the event of a crash you can only lose 1/4 of your face.
    I have a helmet stored away at my parents with the vent on the mouth piece smashed in and gouges across the chin gaurd. The way I rode back then I was half way asking for it though.
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