Lane Splitter Helmet - Gloss White

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Overview: Progressively styled and rigorously tested, our finest ECE-certified helmet is a top choice for high-performance riders. Europe's stringent ECE R22.05 standard is regarded by test labs and leading helmet makers as the most comprehensive safety standard in the world.

• Injection-molded ABS plastic outer shell is rugged yet lightweight
• Three-piece Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) safety shell dissipates impact loads and fortifies helmet structure without compromising comfort
• Molded urethane chin bar pad features front and side vents for cooling airflow
• CE-certified polycarbonate shield is anti-fog and anti-scratch for safety and durability
• Removable/replaceable comfort liner and cheek pads feature brushed fleece Lycra touch points to absorb and evaporate perspiration
• Chin strap features brushed fleece Lycra touch points for comfort and an adjustable strap end retainer

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Alex Campos
5 Star Rating

03/19/2019 02:22pm

Awesome helmet! Very comfortable to ride in. The cheek cushions help a lot with comfort and break in easy. Would definitely purchase other colors. A+++


B Cook
5 Star Rating

12/19/2018 09:41am

love this helmet , i have a gringo as well but this one is my go to.


5 Star Rating

12/02/2018 07:40am

The favorite of the many helmets I've owned.


5 Star Rating

04/28/2018 12:59pm

Handles the wind like a champ i dont even have to open it at the red lights and i live in florida !!


5 Star Rating

04/27/2018 07:00pm

Went down doing about 70 and bounced my head on the pavement. This helmet saved my life, nuff said.


Chad Ridings
5 Star Rating

04/07/2018 11:13am

I've owned some of the "best reviewed helmets" (Bullitt, 500, Gringo, Shoei, etc) and the Lane Splitter is easily my favorite helmet, hands down. It fits the shape of my head like a glove, there is not one single time I've had that indented red line across my forehead. It's a more oblong shape compared to the roundness of the Gringo. I can wear it for hours with no problems. It's lightweight so my neck is thanking me every minute of riding and no more headaches from neck pain. I use a Sena and the speaker pockets are perfection, as stupid as it sounds this is one of my favorite features... they're placed perfect and if you use and intercom system (group rides and music) then this is more than likely a feature you're going to appreciate as well. I have the gloss white (great for California summers) I picked up when Biltwell released their first rounds.... I've been riding with this helmet for over a year, I get compliments and questions about it every single ride. I can't recommend it enough.


Dan M
5 Star Rating

03/02/2018 08:30am

I had a bit of a process getting the perfect fit on this one... I know most reviews say the fit is spot on, but I own a Bonanza and a Gringo, and found the Lane Splitter to fit quite differently. A large was far too small and an x-large was far too big. After returning the second helmet (an XL), with the third order I spoke directly with Biltwell Inc customer service. I have to say, their customer service is impeccable. I ended up ordering the Large helmet again, but Ruben was able to throw in some XL (slightly thinner) inner paddings. Once I swapped all that, the helmet fit perfectly, and I wasn't charged for the extra pads as they wanted to make sure I was satisfied after two previous orders. Top notch service guys! Other than that, the helmet is great, and has yet to fog up on me. I am giving 4 stars because with the vents right in front of your mouth, you better carry some chapstick. Would have been nice if they had a way to block the front vents in colder weather... but the balaclava still works great.


B Meekins
5 Star Rating

01/14/2018 03:03pm

It was time to grab a new lid and retire my current one. After much research and a lot of soul searching, I decided on the Lane Splitter... Hands down, this is the BEST helmet I have ever experienced. Itโ€™s light, itโ€™s comfortable, and it rides well for miles and miles. Helmet fits true to size. I have used it around town and on an โ€˜85โ€™mph average Sunday cruise for 200 miles. Helmet did great! I feel as though my neck/shoulders are less tired after longer trips then with helmets of past. On slightly warm days, the clear shield only fogged up a tad bit on the top/side edges. Good thing was that it never fogged in the main path of view and then once your moving again, your good anyway. I was able to comfortably wear my shades under with the helmet and it still fit and wore well. The Helmet looks sick af ๐Ÿค™๐Ÿผ I have decaled mine out and it is ๐Ÿ”ฅ All I can say is thanks Biltwell. Totaly righteous of you guys to makthe such a killer helmet and price it to where all of us riders can afford it ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ


Scott J.
5 Star Rating

04/24/2017 07:48pm

I got one of these when I saw the email about the release. I'm not gonna lie, I love Biltwell. I chop, bob, and ride old mid 80's and early 90's metric bikes. My bikes usually get quite a bit of attention cause people are like "what is that?". I have bought bars, grips, helmets, seats, swag etc. from Biltwell. This helmet is super dope. Fits as great as any your products. Construction and quality as I have come to love and count on. I got this helmet today and took it for a spin. This is the first time people asked not about my bike I was on, but my helmet. Great job Biltwell, another home run.


Ashmore Ellis
5 Star Rating

04/04/2017 11:28am

One of the most comfortable helmets I've ever ridden in especially when used riding long distances in less than ideal weather situations. Fit - Once I went full face I can't imagine going back to anything less (personal preference). I wore this helmet in NY for the first time. From rush hour where I need vision more than anything, to the Catskills where its 90+ and humid, this helmet made me feel more protected, offered an incredible scope of vision, and allowed maximum air flow. What stood out the most was the curve of the mouth / chin section. When going above your average mph, the helmet didn't press back and put pressure on my face which reduced fatigue and added more comfort on the freeway. It seemed to "split" the air a bit better. Features & Interior - The flip visor is nice to have when stuck in traffic when it's illegal to cut through or waiting for the "turtle" in the group to refuel. Its incredible how a flip of the lid can bring a wave a coolness into your helmet and lessen your irritation when stagnant. The visor also has an easy to grip tab on the side so I can lift in with one finger to get some additional air yet it stays in place when riding at all speeds (plenty of room if you wear sunglasses or rx). Venting at the top of the helmet and mouth section helps circulate air flow which made it a hell of a lot cooler in motion. Style - I personally love the style. It's not a bulky DOT helmet so I don't look like a massive head on a body. It's got a great proportion to it and a fit that can't be matched for the price.


5 Star Rating

04/04/2017 11:11am

I got one of the Biltwell Lane Splitter helmet size large in white with clear shield a few months ago. In that time I have worn it approximately 1500 miles during normal commutes. In that time my overall feelings on it would be it is the most feature rich helmet Biltwell has ever produced. Coming from a company who has made a name on bare bones simple classic helmets the Lane Splitter is the first attempt at a more modern helmet. The features on the Lane Splitter that I'm referring to are the addition of intake and exhaust vents on the helmet. Now there isn't as many intake vents as you would find on most modern helmets but what Biltwell has done is blend between modern comfort and classic lines. While riding you do get moderate airflow as far as I can tell in the muggy New Jersey August heat. If your looking for the most breathable helmet this won't be for you but if your looking for a style that goes against the standard shape of most modern helmets I would recommend it. Fit: I am 6'1 190ish pounds with a 7 3/4" head I am wearing a large and do with all the other helmets I own or have tried on. The Lane Splitter is true to size and comfortable. It feels light on the head and in high winds doesn't seem to get much wind buffering. Features: the helmet came in a clean high gloss white color with clear sheild. The shield has a lip so you can adjust with gloves on no problem and a brass catch to prevent the visor from flipping up when fully closed. He shield has a ratchet position that can be secured in 3 different positions until it's completely open. There also is a thin plastic film over the shield that seems like a Moto goggle tear off that would take a lot of scratches before being able to tear it off preventing the need to replace your shield as often. The interior padding is soft and there is plenty of room to add a headset. I added a Sena headset to mine and it's pretty quite on the road allowing good use of the Sena. There is also a chin cover that is a nice add on to keep more wind and noise out. Removing the shield is two Phillips head screws and takes about 20 seconds but does require a screw driver. The Lane Splitter has a standard loop closure chin strap with an audio all snap on the end to tuck the excess strap away preventing it from flapping around slapping your Adam's apple ( if you have one). Style: People like to have a helmet that keeps with the style of there bike if I was to pick a style to suit this helmet it would probably be modern American bikes such as the late model sportsters to FXR/Dyna crowd. It doesn't have the traditional old classic lines that you would find on the Biltwell 3/4 helmets or the simplicity of there full faced gringo. But like most things that seem to come from Biltwell they continue to innovate and grow with the input from there customers.


Jess Falvy
5 Star Rating

04/04/2017 10:41am

This is my go to helmet. I have 4 different full face helmets, yet the Lane Splitter is my preferred choice. It has mesh under the chin to keep the wind out. The vents keep you cool on hot days and the shield has a little locking mechanism that's easy to open & close. It is the perfect mixture of cool aesthetics and practicality.


5 Star Rating

04/04/2017 10:36am

I've got a few thousand miles on my Lane Splitter from the original batch. It gets plenty of air circulating through it and the shield seels nicely. The helmet fits a bit snugger in the chin than the Gringo which helps keep it from moving around at higher speeds. Sizing runs true to the chart.