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      12-11-2009, 01:45 PM   #1
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HJC helmets in San Antonio

Anyone know where I can buy an HJC helmet in San Antonio? I have no problem traveling to Austin or even Houston if necessary.

The need for an actual brick-and-mortar building is for getting the proper sizing. I dont wanna order online, only to get something that doesnt fit well.

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      12-11-2009, 08:27 PM   #2
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cycle gear, its off I10 and huebner. The staff is friendly and have a lot of helmets to choose from.
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Not HJC, but if you want to get a good spectrum before you buy....Simpson's HQ is in New Braunfels. I got a Stingray CF from them for $500 last year. It was the most comfortable helmet I tried on across HJC, Simpson and Arai.

Simpson Corporate Headquarters
328 FM 306
New Braunfels, TX 78130

TO ORDER:
EMAIL: texassales@teamsimpson.com
TOLL FREE: 800.654.7223
TELEPHONE: 830.625.1774
FAX: 830.625.3269
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cycle gear, its off I10 and huebner. The staff is friendly and have a lot of helmets to choose from.

Do they have helmets for automotive use also? I guess I am asking, because cycle gear sounds kinda motorcycle specific.

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Do they have helmets for automotive use also? I guess I am asking, because cycle gear sounds kinda motorcycle specific.

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this is probably too late but cycle gear only deals in motorcycle helmets. They do carry all the big names like arai, shoei, etc... I'm not sure what you're doing with this helmet but most autox/track day organizations will let you use a motorcycle helmet.
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^^^ the location by your username is priceless. san antonio drivers FTL!
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HJC auto and motorcycle helmets maybe the same fit, call HJC and perhaps save a trip out of town.
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