Davida Helmets

The Spirit of Tradition combined with Modern Technology

Exclusively Designed and Made in England ,our unique and highly distinctive range of open face helmets captures the spirit of motorcycling- adventure and freedom

Davida is totally committed to helmet quality and head protection. Over the last few years we have combined our skills and experience to create an innovative design process for developing our range of helmets.

Inspired and informed by our own love of motorcycles we continue to produce a range of handbuilt, leather lined open face helmets with classic shapes and designs, such as our new Jet helmets which meet Europes stringent safety standards. Most of our helmets can be ordered with studs for visors and peaks if required.

Choose Your Paintwork

Within our standard range we have more than 100 different colourways to choose from. All of our designs can be applied to almost any Davida helmet. Images of the majority of these colourways can be found under the Jet Styles

Our part numbers are six digits long and relate to the type of helmet and to the colours of the paintwork design

The first two digits of our helmet part numbers describes the helmet type eg;

Jet - 80..., Speedster - 90... , Ninety Two.....92,  Classic- 60... 

The last three digits describe the colour and paintwork design.

standard Silver - 102,  standard Gloss Black - 104, twotone Black/Silver - 220 etc

All our helmets shells are made from fibreglass which are hand sprayed by craftsman at our workshops in Liverpool. We can therefore offer a bespoke service allowing customers to have their own unique design in the colours of their choice. Please contact the workshop to discuss your individual design.

Some combinations of helmet and colour designs we offer as standard are not kept in stock . They are available by special order only.

We also stock a wide range of goggles and visors specifically designed to fit perfectly with any Davida helmet

Helmets Sizing

Helmet Sizing Chart -Click  for larger image

How to Measure Your Head.

To select the correct size helmet, measure in centimetres the full circumference of your head above the ears and around the forehead.

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