When you’re thinking about getting a motorcycle bike helmet, one of the first things you’ll want to consider is its cost.
As the world’s second-biggest bike brand, Yamaha is known for its high-end motorcycles.
It’s worth mentioning that the company also has a large collection of bike helmets, too.
But with the advent of the hybrid, the cost of motorcycle helmets has become a major concern.
According to research firm B&H Research, only about 1 percent of American riders have a helmet that costs less than $50.
But the average cost of a motorcycle, including helmets, has skyrocketed.
According to B&H Research: In 2016, Harley-Davidson said its average price for motorcycle helmets was $140, and the average motorcycle helmet was $180.
The average motorcycle was $175.
Honda Motor Co. said its motorcycle helmet average was $190.
Suzuki Motor Co., which is owned by Honda Motor, said its typical helmet cost was $90.
Ford Motor Co.’s average helmet cost in 2016 was $150.
The cost of helmets has increased by roughly 10 percent per year since 2000, B&HP Research said.
According the research, helmets cost around $15 to $20 a pair and are made of a proprietary material called Kevlar, which has a hardness of around 7,000.
But even the most durable helmet can break and come off if worn for too long, said Jeff Geddes, senior director of motorcycle safety at B&AH Research.
“It’s just a matter of how much it’s going to cost to replace the helmet,” he said.
“A lot of helmet companies have decided to make the helmet smaller and lighter, and I think that has to do with how expensive it is to make a motorcycle.”
The cost has reached a point where the cost to buy a new motorcycle helmet is almost $10,000, according to BHP Research.
The new generation of helmets is being manufactured by Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Shure and will be available in 2020.
According a 2016 study from Harley- Davidson, the average rider on a motorcycle had about $3,600 in disposable income during the year.
That number has jumped to more than $10-15,000 since the beginning of the year, according the study.
And according to Harley-Davey, the amount of disposable income earned on a typical motorcycle is more than twice the amount that a person earns on an average wage.
As motorcycles become more popular and more people get on a bike, so has the demand for new helmets.
B&AM Research found that helmets are used on about 40 percent of motorcycle riders worldwide.
“I think that’s going down, and in fact, I think it’s a really important indicator of how popular motorcycle helmets are,” Gedds said.
“And it’s probably going to continue to go up.”