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Most helmets are made to the same safety standards and so, in theory, Offer the same protection

But you definitely want a helmet which protects the back of your head well, for when you go over backwards.

The giro xen is an enormously popular helmet amongst trials riders, and for good reason too. It's an awesome helmet, covers the back of your head and is ridiculously light, very comfortable to wear.

They're not all that cheap, but definitely the best helmet I've ever worn

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Just bear in mind that if you buy online, you might have to send it back to get a different size/model (obviosuly).

Generally freeride style helmets give the best coverage/protection without being full face... I've seen the Fox Flux (on Tarty) in the flesh and was impressed. Sadly my weird shaped head means it doesn't fit :rolleyes:

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But you definitely want a helmet which protects the back of your head well, for when you go over backwards.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++1

Fox flux, tested by my going backwards..

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