Ride Hard, Stay Safe with Top-Rated Helmets from TheHelmetShack.com

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Founder of TheHelmetShack.com, Sharon Carr, is pleased to debut her brand new business blog. Expert motorcycle and motocross safety tips posted on the blog will complement the safety gear featured on the main website. Such gear includes helmets from Moto-X and DOT, as well as motorcycle apparel like vented riding jackets and leather gloves suitable for men and women road warriors.

Web entrepreneur Sharon Carr is pleased to debut TheHelmetShackBlog.com, a complementary blog to her web business, http://www.TheHelmetShack.com. The blog, launched in May, arms customers with helmet safety regulations and motorcycle riding anecdotes.

“I used to be an X-ray tech and I’ve seen a lot of injuries from motorcycle accidents, so I have a real passion for people wearing helmets,” said Carr. “There’s no reason you can’t have fun and be safe, too.”

At TheHelmetShack.com shoppers are encouraged to browse through a vast array of helmet styles. Start with DOT helmets that are well suited for motorcycle and scooter riders. The Vented Silver Eagle Flag Shorty Series of DOT beanie style helmets are quite popular, particularly for veterans. Vented helmets are lightweight and keep the head up to 20 degrees cooler than other helmets. Shoppers that have a daredevil streak should look into Modular helmets, which have all the safety benefits of a full-face helmet and all of the advantages of an open-face helmet. Simply flip up the shield, or press a button to open the entire front to get an open-face feel, or keep the front closed for an aerodynamic, full-face racing helmet effect. For those riders who like to get down to the nitty-gritty on ATVs and dirt bikes, a Moto-X helmet is a must. These helmets’ eyeports are specifically designed to accommodate goggles while providing a wide field of view. Tight spots and turns have never been easier to maneuver!

Show-off some school pride with an open-face or full-face motorcycle helmet. The site carries helmets for schools including University of Michigan, University of Miami, and Boise State. Best of all, these school-spirited helmets meet Snell safety standards. A helmet has to meet exacting safety standards to be certified by the Snell Memorial Foundation, Inc., the preeminent independent safety certifier.

“I’m hoping to expand the collection of college helmets,” said Carr. “What you wear reflects who you are, and if you’re a college fan, then I want you to be able to wear your school colors proudly, while being safe!”

When riding a motorcycle, dirt bike, ATV, or scooter, safety extends from head-to-toe. Protect your hands with leather gloves. Choose from fingerless, lined leather gloves, and extra lightweight motocross gloves. Complete the ensemble with a vented men’s or women’s genuine leather jacket.

Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance to the staff of TheHelmetShack.com. A handy sizing chart is listed on the site to enable shoppers to find the perfect fit. For further guidance, call or email customer service and a friendly, knowledgeable staff member will happily be of assistance. Orders are filled promptly and shipped for free. In the event of a mistake, items can be refunded in accordance with the return policy, which is clearly outlined on the site.

Check out expert motorcycle safety advice posted on the site’s brand new blog, http://www.TheHelmetShackBlog.com. Additional information on popular brands, helmets, and apparel will also be available.

About the Company:
TheHelmetShack.com – a division of Corkseed LLC – is owned and operated by web entrepreneur Sharon Carr.

Sharon Carr
http://www.TheHelmetShack.com
(702) 410-9827

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