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went to the doo dealer the other day, glanced at the helmet shelf, and what de ya know? they finnaly got the yellow bv2s, but only one. its a sick lookin helmet and its about doo finnaly came out with one that has the proper color scheme. the first time i heard of it was in their magazine, and i expected it not to come out until this fall. so has anyone bought one yet?
 

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C.Kramer said:
went to the doo dealer the other day, glanced at the helmet shelf, and what de ya know? they finnaly got the yellow bv2s, but only one. its a sick lookin helmet and its about doo finnaly came out with one that has the proper color scheme. the first time i heard of it was in their magazine, and i expected it not to come out until this fall. so has anyone bought one yet?
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not a bv2s fan personally, but did you notice the finish?
really cool - matte finish - kinda 'rubbery' to the touch
dealer called it 'tru-touch'

just like my black prosnowcross i bought...

bravo doo!
 

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I got a yellow one and rode with it all last week. It sure is a cool looking helmet but after a weeks ride it was pretty dirty from my hands. The matte finish collects any dirt or grease you have on your hands instantly. It cleaned up easily enough though. I have the (supposed) newest and problem free electric shield and flashlight coming this week. Total price, helmet, shield & flashlight 477.00
 

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Hey tinker!!! I'll bet it still looks better than the yellow helmet you are wearing in your avatar!!!! LOL


What black line? From the the top of the visor to the back of the helemt. centered up with the light. I noticed there are some black "dribble" marks that wont come out. There like embedded in the matte finish.
 
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