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Z1R Helmets: Youth Strike Blitz

Youth Motorcycle Helmets

Finding a youth motorcycle helmet option that doesn’t compromise on safety and style can be a difficult process for parents.

One helmet from Z1R that offers a solution and provides maximum safety, protection and attention to detail is the Youth Strike Blitz.

The Youth Strike Blitz was designed and constructed to include all the same features that are found in adult sized motorcycle helmets offered by Z1R.

The result of the design process was delivery of a compact shell that is a reliable and stylish full-face option, crafted specifically to deliver premium quality to any child wearing the motorcycle helmet. The Youth Strike Blitz is DOT approved and offers great ventilation features that have become a staple of what Z1R motorcycle helmets are known for.

Below you can learn more about the specific features of the Youth Strike Blitz helmet from Z1R. The Youth Strike Blitz ($79.95) is available in two colors (black or white), and the Youth Strike helmet ($74.95) is also available in solid black.

Z1R Helmets: Youth Strike Features:

  • Chin vents help prevent shield from fogging
  • Advanced ABS/Polycarbonate alloy shell passes DOT standards
  • Venting system has two closable forehead intakes and rear exhaust ports
  • Comfortable neck roll padding reduces wind noise
  • UV resistant clear coat finish helps protect graphics and paint
  • Available in a Black and White design, along with a solid Black

Make sure to visit the Z1R Facebook page and YouTube page for updated news and information from Z1R Helmets.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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