1 - Canadian Tire Ranger Snowmobile with a liner that falls out
1 - CKX Modular (Now converted with double shield and breath guard to replace CTC snowmobile)
1 - Shuberth C3 which is my favorite for trips
1 - Chinese no name brand modular I got off flea bay for $10. Use it daily but plan to replace in the spring.
Two, a silver Nolan N100E, that was a birthday present from my wife back in 2007, and a white Schuberth C3 that I got right after the first of this year. The Nolan is very nice for an inexpensive helmet.
I am impressed with the replies. It seems that almost everyone has a primary and a back up helmet. Beyond that, the helmets take on specific functions, or are left over from rides gone by.
The answer to my own question is two:
1) a black Shoei RF 1100, that fits well, vents well and is set up with a helmet camera mount. It matches the paint on both by bikes: '74 R90/6 and '01 R1150GS.
2) My newer helmet is a light silver Nolan N104 that I bought in Sedalia this past summer. It matches the aluminum on my bikes. I like the full face feature and low noise level.
I currently have 5 in the house. 2 are my wife's the other three are mine. I did just orde r a kbc ff from Motorcycle Superstore that should be here Monday. At 79.99 i couldn t resist. Helmets are kinda of like guitars for me. If my wife found out how many i had it any given moment there would be hell to pay.
[QUOTE=rut3556;832795]I have [I]way[/I] too many obsolete helmets hanging around. One of these days I'm going to use them for target practice! :p[/QUOTE]
Here in the midwest, we store the old helmets in the basement for use when the tornado sirens come on. :nod