Posted October 03, 2018 09:24:06The Yamaha Motorcycles Headlight is a light that allows you to see through the helmet.
Its designed to protect the head from sunburn and dust and is used by a large number of motorcycle brands, but the manufacturer has also created a helmet that has a better design.
In a previous article, we looked at the Yamaha helmet, which is designed to block out all UV rays and the sun.
That said, it’s also been found that the UV rays can damage the eye, the brain and the cornea, which makes the helmet more of a safety concern.
However, the new helmet design may actually make the helmet better at protecting the wearer’s eyes and eye-hand coordination.
We spoke to Yamaha’s head of helmet research, Paul Wiedermeier, to find out more.
“The helmet is designed so that you can see through it,” he told Polygon.
“It’s a very thin layer of material on top of a metal frame that blocks out UV and infrared light.”
The helmet’s thin metal frame, combined with its reflective material, helps to create a very efficient lens that allows light to pass through it.
In fact, it has the best optics performance of any motorcycle helmet we tested.
Wiederhausen also explained that there are several reasons why the Yamaha motorcycle helmet has such an impressive performance:It’s lightweight and lightIt has a thin helmet frame that reduces dragWhen the light passes through the frame, it reflects and redirects it away from the wearer, making the helmet less susceptible to sunburn.
It has good UV protectionIt is designed with solar cells to make sure the light is reflected back, instead of scattered and absorbed.
It’s also very durable.
There are a few different versions of the Yamaha bike helmet that have different specs and materials.
The one that we tested, the Super YYM400, comes in two colors.
The first is the standard helmet, the yellow color.
It is the only helmet with the “Yellow” logo, which stands for the yellow light-emitting diode.
It has a reflective lens that blocks UV and is designed for maximum protection against sunburn, and a thin frame.
It also comes with a solar cell and an LED flash that can help it reflect light.
The second version is the black version.
This version has a light-absorbing material and is available in three colors.
The light-blocking material has a clear, reflective lens.
The frame is also reflective.
The Yamaha Super YM400 is the most expensive helmet we’ve tested.
It costs $3,800, but it has a battery life of up to 60 hours.
We tested the motorcycle helmet in both the standard and black versions.
We took it out for a spin around the block.
In the standard version, we tested it against the Kawasaki Ninja 650, the Honda CBR1000RR, the Suzuki SV650 and the Honda HR-V650.
The Kawasaki is rated at 90 horsepower and the CBR 1000RR is rated for 105 horsepower.
The Honda is rated between 85 and 95 horsepower.
The Ninja 650 was a bit more challenging.
Its rated at 92 horsepower, while the Honda is at 92 to 94 horsepower.
While the Kawakus is rated to do around 85 horsepower, the SV650 is rated as a bit less than 60 horsepower.
It should be noted that we also tested the Honda CR-V, which has a 91 horsepower motor.
This helmet does not block out the sunThe Yamaha helmet does block out UV rays, which can damage eyes, but this doesn’t mean it blocks out the light of the sun itself.
In addition, it doesn’t block out infrared, UVB and visible light, which are the rays that cause eye damage.
“There’s a lot of UV-blocking materials out there that are not really designed for the job,” said Wiedermanhausen.
“We use materials that are designed for protecting eyes from UV rays.”
We also tested it in the daylight.
While it was working out, we switched on a light and took it for a test drive.
It didn’t block UV or infrared light.
Instead, it gave us a very good reflection of light in our eye.WIEDERHAUSER: We do need to test that in daylight as well, because if we do not use UV-absorbers for the helmet, we will not be able to get the light out of the eye and get it out of there, too.
It doesn’t help to have UV-blockers on a motorcycle helmet when you’re in a bright environment.WIESERHAUSEEN: It’s not something we need to be worried about because the helmet is only designed for UV protection, but if we use UV blockers on the helmet that would be an even bigger issue, as we would have to change the material and the lens of the helmet to