Thanks for taking a minute to find out some more about this site and what makes things keep running behind the scenes. The contents of this page is here to give you a bit more information about my background as well as how the site operates.


Over the years I’ve been able to test and try out a lot of motorcycle products, including motorbike headsets and helmets. I started riding dirt bikes when I was 12 years old. Having an uncle with a big property made it easy for my cousins and I to get into the wide open spaces and open up the old 2 stroke’s we had at the time as well as be able to create few small motocross tracks around the creek beds which ran along the edge of the property.

We had some cars too, but that’s a whole different story.

Shortly after starting as a welder I purchased my first road bike. It was a 1999 Yamaha R6. A fairly punchy little thing for an 18 year old to ride. It was fantastic.

These days I’m much older and have ridden some form of bike for the last 30 years. During this time I have been able to use and test out lots of products. Be it helmets or cameras for motocross racing or leathers for high performance racing, I have been very lucky in being able to experience a wide range of riding styles and have a lot of the gear needed to make it safe available to me.


The reason for putting this site together is to share some of that information. I have tested a lot of devices in recent years and keeping up to date with the latest technology as its available has become a bit of a hobby for me. You should check out all the motorcycle headset reviews on this site and keep it bookmarked or sign up for my newsletter to stay updated as well.

Headsets are a fast growing product in the motorcycle accessory range and I enjoy being able to try out each of the settings and compare old with new and model verses model to determine which headset is the best and most practical versions on the market.

I’m always looking for new products to review. If you happen to spot something that you think might be a good purchase but want some more information about it, send me a message. Chances are I would be able to arrange for a testing session and be able to give you a details and completely unbiased review before you purchase it.


While I don’t sell anything via this site, I do sometimes include affiliate links in the reviews. If you happen to purchase a product after reading my review the seller will provide me with a small commission. Usually less than 10% which is nice to keep paying for things like hosting and getting some of the content together for writing more reviews. If you would like to know more about the system, check out the affiliate disclosure link that’s at the bottom of this page.

So that’s it. Pretty simple. I am just a guy who likes to ride and enjoys comparing the different accessories available to all of us riders. The information shared will hopefully guide a few of you to getting the headset that suits your needs and is within your budget.

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