There’s enough Bluetooth motorcycle helmets on the market to overload your motherboard. To help keep your circuits from frying, we’ve put together this handy little buyer’s guide featuring some of the best-selling Bluetooth motorcycle helmets, from full face to modular to open face. There’s also a wealth of information about Bluetooth technology and motorcycle helmet-to-helmet communication systems in our Bluetooth Communications Buyers Guide.

Full-Face Motorcycle Helmets with Bluetooth:

Sena Momentum INC-Pro Full-Face Helmet (Product Number 400-0683)

Be it protection or noise levels, it’s hard to beat a full-face helmet. The Sena High Tech Momentum INC Pro Smart Helmet Top is at the top of the price range because it’s loaded with features. It can be paired with up to 8 riders, is claimed to have a mile range, and an impressive 20 hours of talk time. It can record high-definition video and camera settings can be fine tuned through its app. It also has Intelligent Noise Control and Ambient Mode to help block out road noise and allow riders to control what they hear. You can also use voice commands to control everything, from receiving phone calls to streaming music. Available in Matte Black or White.

If you’d like more information, be sure to check out the thorough review Bryan “Danger” Rastok wrote on the Sena Momentum INC-Pro Smart Helmet.

Sena Technologies Momentum Pro Matte Black Full-Face Helmet (Product Number 400-2172)

Sena’s Momentum Pro Full-Face Helmet has almost all the same goodness of the Momentum INC-Pro minus the Intelligent Noise Control and Ambient Mode functions. As a result, a little more helmet noise might creep in and the clarity of the audio might not be quite as crisp, but beyond that, it does everything else the top-shelf Sena Momentum INC-Pro does for a $100 less. One thing we didn’t talk about last time though is helmet construction. Sena’s Momentum motorcycle helmets feature a composite fiberglass shell, a scratch-resistant shield, and are DOT-approved. Again, pick your favorite color, as long as that color is Matte Black or shimmery White.

Sena Technologies Momentum Evo Bluetooth Integrated Full-Face Helmet (Product Number 510-0677)

Even more affordable than the Momentum Pro’s is Sena Technologies Momentum Evo Bluetooth Full-Face Helmet. This one’s a couple hundred bucks less than the Momentum Pro because it doesn’t have a camera or the high-level noise filtering system. It does still come with Sena’s advanced sound processing filters, though. Thanks to Sena’s open-mesh intercom, the Momentum Evo can be paired with up to 16 riders and will provide a claimed 17 hours of talk time.

Bilt Techno 2.0 Gloss Black Sena Bluetooth Helmet (Product Number 550-1622)

If you’ve never tried a Bluetooth helmet comm before and would like to check one out but don’t want to drop $500 to find out whether you like it not, the Bilt Techno 2.0 Sena Bluetooth Helmet rings in at just over $200. A Sena DWO-5 Bluetooth system is pre-installed and its universal intercom protocol works across all brands. The helmet is reportedly good for up to 8 hours of talk time and has an automatic audio boost when there’s excessive ambient noise. The helmet itself has a built-in, drop-down sun shield and is DOT-approved. You also get an added color choice as the Bilt Techno 2.0 Sena Bluetooth Helmet comes in gloss black, silver, and white.

Bluetooth Modular Motorcycle Helmet:

Sena Technologies Outrush Bluetooth Modular Helmet (Product Number 590-1948)

Sena makes a solid entry-level Bluetooth motorcycle helmet in its own right, only this one is a flip-up. The Sena Outrush Bluetooth Modular Helmet has Bluetooth 3.0 installed, there’s an easy-to-use dial on the exterior helmet to toggle through functions with, and the helmet can connect with one other rider or a passenger. It utilizes Sena’s advanced noise control so you can cleanly hear conversations, GPS directions, or music. It, too, has a built-in, drop-visor and comes with the convenience of being a modular. Hard to believe a $199 helmet comes with a five-year warranty.

Bilt Techno 2.0 Sena Bluetooth Evolution Matte Black Helmet (Product Number 550-1648)

Bilt makes a comparably priced Bluetooth-equipped modular motorcycle helmet. The Bilt Techno 2.0 Sena Bluetooth Evolution Helmet is equipped with a Sena DWO-5 v3.0 communication system. Like the full-face Bilt, the Evolution’s good for 8 hours of talk time, uses a universal intercom protocol that’s compatible with other brands, and has a reported 400 meter range. The Bilt Techno 2.0 Sena Bluetooth Evolution Helmet has a drop-down visor, flip-up chin bar and a multi-point venting system.

Motorcycle Helmets with Built-in Bluetooth:  

Sena Savage Bluetooth Integrated Black Open Face Helmet (Product Number 280-0613)

Not everybody likes to rock a full-face but they still might want the convenience and utility of a Bluetooth helmet communication system. Fortunately, Sena is aware of that and makes a classic-looking Savage Bluetooth Integrated Open Face Helmet. It’s got a jog dial built into the shell, speakers reside in the ear cut-outs, and a microphone has been frenched into the rim of the helmet. Four-way intercom connections allow wearers to chat with other riders up to about a mile away. The Sena Savage Bluetooth Integrated Open Face Helmet has a composite fiberglass shell and has snaps along the brow so riders can attach a visor if they’d like. Available in, you guessed it, black or white.

Sedici Viaggio Parlare White Sena Bluetooth Dual Sport Helmet (Product Number 550-1244)

Dual-sport and adventure motorcycle riders rejoice, you didn’t get left out of the Bluetooth comm equation. Sedici’s Viaggio Parlare Sena Bluetooth Dual-Sport Helmet runs Sena’s DWO-5 v3.0 system for hands-free voice dialing and turn-by-turn navigation. It can be paired with up to three other Bluetooth headsets and has smartphone music sharing via Bluetooth. Good for up to 8 hours of talk time, the Sedici Viaggio Parlare Sena Bluetooth Dual-Sport Helmet will automatically turn up your jams based on ambient noise and uses noise canceling tech so conversations are crisp. The helmet sports traditional dual-sport cues, from its removable injection-molded visor to its hard-shelled, vented chinbar.

Bluetooth Compatible Helmets:

Shoei GT-Air II Matte Black Full-Face Helmet (Product Number 305-1880)

There’s also motorcycle helmets on the market that don’t come with a Bluetooth communication system but come factory-ready for quick and easy installation. The Shoei GT-Air II Matte Black Full-Face Helmet has an intercom-ready design tailor-made for a Sena SRL 2 Communication System. Sound quality should be superb because the Shoei GT-Air II is one of the quietest motorcycle helmets around when it comes to outside noise. Granted, buying a Shoei GT-Air II ($599) and a Sena SRL2 ($299) might not be the most frugal way to go about it, but Shoei makes one of the best motorcycle helmets on the market in regards to quality, safety, and quietness.

HJC RPHA-11 Carbon Black Full-Face Helmet (Product Number 440-1863)

Like Shoei, HJC also makes high-quality helmets that come pre-made from the factory to accept a Bluetooth comm system. The HJC RPHA-11 Carbon Black Full-Face Helmet might just be the best-looking of them all! This thing weighs in at a scant 1300 grams (2.86 pounds!) sports a racy, aerodynamic shape and has an extra-wide field of view. A recessed area has been molded into the EPS liner to easily accommodate helmet speakers. Pair it with an HJC Smart HJC 20B Matte Black Bluetooth Communication System (Product Number 440-3101) and you’re ready to make and take phone calls or stream music or GPS without taking your attention off the road. HJC’s 20B can pair up to 8 riders, has a 1 mile line-of-sight range, and is said to have a 10 hour talk time. HJC’s 20B Bluetooth Communication System fits the HJC RPHA-90S Carbon Modular Helmet, HJC i10 Taze Black/Red Full-Face Helmet, and the budget-friendly HJC F70 Feron Black/Red Full-Face Helmet as well.