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Fly Racing 9MM Street Helmet | Product Spotlight

Today we take an in-depth look at the 9MM Half  Helmet from FLY Racing. Professional grade and oozing with swag, this style of helmet has taken the Street Bike marketplace by storm.

First and foremost, this is NOT a novelty helmet – it passes DOT safety requirements and is truly “road ready”. The German-Style WWII throwback look is very much en vogue on the street, but finding one this safe will be a challenge- especially at this price point.

A couple ancillary points to make on Fly 9MM are that the profile of the helmet is low on the head, giving the rider the desired look- no small detail! The other most notable point is the removable liner. Being able to wash the inner liner will only make this helmet last longer, making it a tremendous value.


  • D.O.T. approved thermoplastic poly alloy shell
  • Dual density EPS liner
  • Removable, washable Coolmax® comfort liner
  • German WWII styling


Of course, getting one of these bad-ass Fly 9MM street helmets is just a click away here @ BTO Sports!


And here’s a video detailing the Fly 9MM Half Helmet – check it out!

Fly 9mm WWII German Style DOT Motorcycle Helmet

Kyle & Chris of cruisercustomizing talk about the new Fly 9mm German Style WWII DOT Approved Motorcycle Helmet.

This helmet features include:
– DOT Approved
– Thermo plastic poly alloy shell
– Dual density EPS liner
– Removable washable Coolmax comfort liner
– Traditional German WWII helmet styling
– Available in sizes X-Small to 5X-Large


Resources: Fly Racing, YouTube

Chris Leahy
CL has been blogging it up for BTO Sports since the days when Bob "Hurricane" Hannah ruled the motocross roost. In fact, his guerilla-style coverage of the now-infamous "Massacre at Saddleback" is now considered one of the great MX blogs of all time. Enjoy the blogs, folks- that's the whole idea!