If you want a topnotch motorcycle helmet, look for Bluetooth capabilities. Some of the Bluetooth motorcycle helmets are better others, and we bring you 10 of the best!
Those who ride motorcycles understandably bring their helmets along whenever they ride—it’s against the law to ride a motorcycle without one. But some people these days consider it a crime to wear an ordinary helmet these days when instead you can pick among the best Bluetooth motorcycle helmets 2020 has to offer.
With such a helmet, you can connect wirelessly with your mobile device and enjoy some of the perks that car drivers take for granted. You can listen to music or to GPS instructions, and take calls as well. The best ones will also be very comfortable to wear, and can look very cool too.
Let’s now countdown to the best of the Bluetooth motorcycle helmet options you can find these days:
TOP 10 Best Bluetooth motorcycle helmets in 2020:
10: Freedconn BM2-S Helmet
As a regular motorcycle helmet, the BM2-S should meet all your requirements. It complies with DOT standards, it’s available in several sizes, and you can get it in cool matte black. However, other color options include blue, gray, white, red, and glossy black.
There’s enough padding for most people, and it features a ventilation system. The helmet liner and the cheek pads have deodorant properties and absorb moisture, and you can easily remove them for washing. It’s very comfy and it only weighs a little over 4 pounds.
But this isn’t a regular helmet as it comes with Bluetooth, left and right speakers, and a microphone with noise-canceling properties. This lets you talk through your phone, or hear directions from your GPS apps. It can even act as a walkie-talkie, as you can use this to speak directly with others wearing the same helmet and within 500 meters (1640 feet) from you. You can even use this to listen to FM radio. The simple 1-button controls are easy to use as well.
The battery offers a standby time of 120 hours. You can use it to talk through your phone for 12 hours, and you have 9 hours for intercom use. This offers excellent value for money, and it’s super-easy to use.
- Easy and reliable Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity
- Simple controls
- Long intercom range
- Easy to clean
- Easy to raise visor
- Some feel that there’s not enough padding
9: Torc T14B Blinc Loaded Flag Mako Full Face Helmet
You shouldn’t have any trouble finding a size that should fit you, since this Torc helmet is available in 6 sizes from X-Small up to XX-Large. This is a very safe helmet, as it meets both ECE and DOT specifications. The Mako has a new shell that’s different from the previous Blade and Prodigy shells. It’s somewhat lighter even while it offers proper protection, so it’s more comfortable to wear. It also has comfort liner padding that’s laser-contoured, and the flat panel shield is optically correct.
This comes with the standard Bluetooth 2.0, with an intercom range of 440 yards. You get stereo speakers that offer very clear sound even at high speeds.
- Very comfy to wear
- Easy to clean
- Excellent protection
- Clear communications
- Tinny speakers don’t offer mids and lows for high quality music
8: AHR Bluetooth Motorcycle Full Face Helmet
This is another DOT-approved helmet, while you may also approve of its retro looks. There’s nothing retro about its Bluetooth 2.1 capabilities, however. This has built in FM radio and intercom, while you can easily switch modes from music to GPS. This also has DSP noise control.
This has a very ling standby time of 300 hours, while you only need 4 hours to fully recharge. Intercom time is 7 hours, and you can connect to your cellphone up to 10 hours at a stretch. The connection range to your phone is 10 meters, while you can speak to another person using the same helmet within 100 meters.
For its low price, this sure offers a lot of value for your money. It’s a comfy helmet that looks great, and the Bluetooth works as advertised.
- Reliable Bluetooth connectivity
- Understandable intercom and phone conversations
- Very affordable
- Cool retro looks
- Short recharging time
- Intercom range is only 100 meters
- You’ll need to max the volume
7: Bell Qualifier DLX Blackout Street Motorcycle Helmet
This isn’t cheap though it doesn’t go past the $200 price range. You do get a lot for your money, starting with how it meets DOT, ECE, and Snell safety specs. It’s tough and reliable, and it comes with a 5-year warranty. It also features 2 shields with anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings.
This is also comfy to wear. The interior microfleece fabric in the contoured cheek pads has antimicrobial and moisture-wicking properties. It also has the Velocity Flow Ventilation system and a padded wind collar to reduce road and wind noise. However, this is only Bluetooth-ready. It is compatible with various Bluetooth systems, but you have to buy them separately.
Once you buy the Bluetooth and have it installed, this becomes an excellent helmet. So that means you have to spend more money, though it should be worth the expense in the end.
- Offers excellent safety
- 5-year warranty
- Very comfy
- The Bluetooth system is a separate purchase
6:LS2 Stream Solid Full-Face Motorcycle Helmet with Sunshield
There are several very good reasons why this LS2 helmet is so highly ranked on our list, aside from the fact that it meets DOT and ECE standards. One of these reasons is that you have 14 terrific color options to choose from. These range from the subtly stylish like matte titanium to very colorful graphics such as fearsome demons and elegant dragonflies on a pink background.
It’s very comfortable as well, with a perfect fit with no hotspots due to 3D laser technology. The Dynamic Flow-through ventilation is fantastically cooling. This has a face shield that’s optically correct, scratch-resistant, and pin-lock ready, and you have a sun shield as well.
This doesn’t have Bluetooth yet, but it does offer you the chance to get one of your choice. The foam has indents for the Bluetooth speakers, along with liner holes for the sound transmission.
Despite the fact that the Bluetooth system is a separate purchase, this is a great option. It’s safe, comfy, and cool-looking, and it’s ready for your Bluetooth.
- This can literally save your life
- It’s very comfy
- It looks great
- It doesn’t actually have Bluetooth speakers yet
5: TORC T27 Full Face Modular Helmet with Blinc Bluetooth
This one already has the Bluetooth system built in, and it’s fantastic. The Bluetooth 2.0 EDR pairs in seconds, and it’s compatible with an iPhone. It offers 600 hours of standby and up to 24 hours of talk time. The intercom range is 400 meters. Phone calls can override the music, and call reject is also an option.
The helmet itself is smaller and lighter in weight, though it still is certified by the DOT and ECE. The has antifog and anti-scratch properties, along with a quick release system. You also get 8 design options, including some with colorful graphics.
- Dependable Bluetooth
- Looks great
- Many hours for talk time and standby
- Talks can be a problem with high speeds
4: ILM 953 Motorcycle Bluetooth Helmet
If you want to make sure you’re able to hold phone calls while on your motorcycle, you should consider this model. It offers Bluetooth 3.0 with 110 hours of standby and 8 hours of talk time. The intercom range is 1000 feet. You have stereo speakers along with a noise-canceling microphone, with one touch controls for answering phone calls and switching through modes.
This is still a DOT-certified helmet, so you’re safer with this on the road. The inner pads are also washable, and you can replace them too if they ever suffer too much wear and tear. For its price point, this is an excellent helmet. It offers a nice clean sound, and it’s reliable as well.
- Bluetooth 3.0
- Clear speakers even at high speeds
- Visors aren’t antifog
3: TORC T14B Bluetooth Integrated Mako Nuke Full Face Helmet
We’ve already listed this T14B earlier, and to reiterate it’s a fantastic helmet with ECE and DOT certification, aerodynamic spoiler, fully adjustable ventilation, and drop-down sun visor. Its Bluetooth system offers quick pairing, 600 hours of standby, 24 hours talk time, and an intercom range of 400 meters. It’s very comfy and the Bluetooth is reliable.
We’re just mentioning this again due to the focus on this particular “Nuke” design. It really brings home the point that you can rely on this even if the apocalypse comes. Besides, it looks cool.
- Long standby time
- Long intercom range
- Very reliable Bluetooth
- Very comfy
- Speakers aren’t for audiophiles
2: Sena 20S Motorcycle Bluetooth Communication System
what if you want to stick with your favorite current helmet, and just put in a Bluetooth system? We even have such Bluetooth-ready helmets on our list. If you only need this system because you already have a helmet picked out, then you need the Sena 20S. It’s the very best out there.
Its features are state-of-the-art. You can hold intercom talks with other types of Bluetooth helmets, up to range of 2 kilometers. The Bluetooth 4.1 tech allows you to have an intercom dialogue even while you’re listening to music. You can use voice commands, and pair up using motion sensor technology.
Still, you do get your money’s worth. Stick to your favorite helmet, and then just go out with a truly advanced Bluetooth system for a fantastic motorcycle ride.
- Can pair up with 2 smartphones
- Can use Sena app to configure settings
- Can talk over intercom while listening to music
- Intercom pairing even with non-Sena systems
- Not exactly cheap
1: Bilt Techno 2.0 Evolution Helmet
It’s not surprising that so many (including us) regard this as the very best choice for a Bluetooth helmet. You pair a comfy and safe helmet (that doesn’t look bad) with a Bluetooth system with advanced features. You get the best of both worlds without any hassle at all. It’s DOT-certified as well.
Of course, none of these speakers can actually please an audiophile, but they’ll do for phone conversations and music.
- You get universal intercom across all other brands
- 7-day standby, 8 hours of talk time
- 400-meter intercom range
- Fantastic ventilation system
- Removable liner with drop down tinted sun shield
- Doesn’t really have enough bass for music
Why stick with a ho-hum ordinary helmet when you can go get Bluetooth instead? The best Bluetooth motorcycle helmets can offer you communications, music, and GPS. At the same time, these helmets are also comfy, cool-looking, and most important of all, extremely useful for safety!