Best Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmets iMore 2019

Motorcycle helmets are very personal items. Fit, style, and safety features play big roles in selection. Bluetooth has become a key feature in motorcycle helmets since it serves multiple purposes. From phone calls and audio streaming to biker intercoms, Bluetooth pairs well for motorcyclists. If you are on the look-out for that perfect pair, here are a few to consider.

Best in show: ILM Bluetooth Integrated Modular Motorcycle Helmet with Sun Shield

Staff favorite

ILM combines protection with communication in this modular design with 1000 foot range on intercom and one touch controls for calls, music, and navigation. It also supports voice commands.

From $190 at Amazon

Add On Excellence: Sena 20S-01 Motorcycle Bluetooth 4.1 System with HD Audio

Sena 20S adds an advanced bluetooth system to your existing helmet. Modern Bluetooth 4.1 technology provides high quality audio, amazing noise cancelling, universal intercom, and multiple simultaneous device sync.

From $200 at Amazon

Boomin' system: TORC T14 Blinc Loaded Scramble MAKO Helmet

BLINC is the integrated communication system in this lightweight MAKO shell. Bluetooth uses a low-profile dial you rotate to control volume, plus a multi-function button. Speakers are loud and clear.

From $200 at Amazon

Loud and clear calls: FreedConn BM2-S Bluetooth Integrated Modular Helmet

FreedConn focuses on noise and echo cancellation, providing improved voice quality when riding. With excellent battery life and over 1600 feet or range on intercom, this lightweight option is ideal.

From $180 at Amazon

Share your tunes: Bilt Techno 2.0 Bluetooth Helmet

A Sena DWO-5 Bluetooth system is seamlessly integrated with a universally compatible intercom featuring a 1300 foot range. Also, it supports stereo music sharing with a paired passenger headset.

From $240 at Amazon

Personal decisions

Your preferences on size and style will help narrow your options down, as well as which Bluetooth features you expect to use the most. If you ride with others who have a particular brand, you may want to get the same brand for easy intercom use. Is music your top priority instead? Go with one with the loudest, clear speakers. The ILM Modular provides the best balance in a modular helmet that also gets high marks for fit and safety reasons.

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However, many motorcyclists prefer to add Bluetooth communications to their favorite helmet instead. The Sena 20S is a clear favorite in that regard, getting universally high marks from enthusiasts and publications. There are still other good options for integrated helmets with Bluetooth built in. If you like making voice calls even on the highway, noise cancellation will become your top priority. The FreedConn BM2-S gets high marks in that area and is a great value too. If you often ride with a partner on-board your bike, the stereo music sharing of the Bilt Techno 2.0 might be worth the purchase.

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