Bring On The Custom Helmet Paint, Part 2 7

We're back with more of the best custom helmets that we've seen over the last decade.

Bring On The Custom Helmet Paint, Part 2

Airtrix does a lot of the helmets for Ken Roczen, and there are often some cool (but subtle) things going on in the background. Take this koi fish as an example.

2020 model.

Ken's dogs sometimes make it on the back of his helmet.

One for Rio.

This Iwo Jima-inspired helmet was cool.

Retro style for the Red Bull Straight Rhythm.

The Red Bull KTM team went full chrome for the SX finals in '19.

Cooper Webb and his Red Bull Straight Rhythm helmet.

As usual, the Military Appreciation race brings out some cool helmets.

Cooper used this one at last year's MX season-opener.

Coop's 2020 Daytona helmet.

Marvin Musquin's helmet for when he moved up to the 450 class.

Marv's helmets always have some different stuff going on.

Here was one for A1.

Tropical theme? Sure!

Here's Marvin's chrome dome for Vegas in '19.

Geometric patterns.

Go, Marvin.

Here's one of James Stewart's helmets from the Paris Supercross (when it was in Lille).

Feeling stellar, with a NASA-themed helmet.

Lots of riders have tribute stuff that shows up repeatedly on the back of their helmets, like Ryan Dungey's nod to his grandmother, or Marvin's tribute to his brother, Mika.

One of Ryan's MXoN helmets.


Jason Beam always does some kick-ass helmets, like this one for Broc Tickle in Vegas.

Here's another look, with the Rat Pack.

The ones Beam did for Broc Tickle at RedBud a few years back were also really memorable. Abe was on one side...

...and George Washington on the other.

How about batch from Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha? Shane McElrath had this one at Daytona.

One for Justin Cooper.

Old school with Cooper Webb.

We're still trying to carbon date this one.

Here's one for Dylan Ferrandis in Paris.

Alex Martin? Cooper Webb? We think these are from '16.

This one for Aaron Plessinger was pretty colorful.

Dylan Ferrandis warming his hands in the snowy confines of Denver's Mile High Stadium.

It takes some work to keep them clean and looking good.

For the last batch of this week's round, let's jump into a bunch from the Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki squad. This TLD custom for Ryan Villopoto goes back a ways.

Here's what the guys were sporting guessed it, Daytona.

Obviously a San Diego (military appreciation helmet.

Metal flake? We'll take it.

Hmm...looks like RedBud.

Adam Cianciarulo's championship trophy from last summer.

Pretty often you see Bell and Fox work to match the gear and helmets.

This retro Fox and Bell colab was a cool deal.

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