Win a one-of-a-kind NEXX X.G100R helmet

Win: A NEXX X.G100 Racer helmet—customized to your liking

Win a NEXX X.G100 Racer motorcycle helmet
We’ve joined forces with NEXX and four of the world’s leading helmet artists to give you the chance to win your own custom NEXX X.G100 Racer helmet.

Like all NEXX helmets, the X.G100 Racer is manufactured in Portugal. It echoes the style of 1970s racing helmets, and our four lucky winners will also be able to make their lids truly unique—by working with top artists to create a custom design.

Win a NEXX X.G100 Racer motorcycle helmet
The X.G100 Racer uses a retro-style round shell, and a smooth-lifting shield that snaps into place—whether you want the visor fully open, cracked, or closed tightly against wind or rain. The ‘X-Matrix’ shell construction has a strength-to-weight ratio previously unheard of in a retro helmet, with an X.Mart Dry liner and chin vent providing built-in climate control. It’s the most comfortable and best-performing helmet of its style.

For this giveaway, NEXX have hooked up with four of the best helmet artists of recent years. Each winner will be able to pick one of these four artists to work on a one-off design for their new helmet.
Custom motorcycle helmet designer Hello Cousteau
Hello Cousteau After spending his professional career designing everything from toothpicks to 180-meter mega-yacht interiors, the design force behind Hello Cousteau got bored. But what bored him the most was when he went to a bunch of motorcycle/helmet shops and couldn’t find a single good looking helmet that he’d fancy. “They all looked the same, with no individuality whatsoever.” So, that was it… Hello Cousteau was born. New concepts are dreamt up daily from a studio in Porto, Portugal.

Custom motorcycle helmet by designer Viktoria Grenier, founder of Vaim.me
Vaim.me Viktoria Greiner, founder of Vaim.me, started her career as a design engineer focusing on colors and patterns. In 2016, she took her skills to the skate world, painting skateboards and downhill helmets—but then she was introduced to the motorcycle community Loose Screw, and her focus shifted to all things two-wheeled. Requests for motorcycle helmets and tanks painted in her signature skate-style turned into a full-fledged business. Greiner now works out of a design studio in Munich, Germany.

Custom motorcycle helmet by designer Pamela Reis of Papeel
Pamela Reis is an artist, graphic designer and expert free-hand painter. Reis combines pyrography, brush work and digital illustration to showcase her unique creativity, and her hand-painted artwork won The Gnarly Magazine Tank Art Contest in 2019. Outside of her visual art she is also a musician, and the combination of these two personas are brought to life in The Papeel, where Pamela’s creativity is expressed with unabashed freedom.

Custom motorcycle helmet by designer Tag Gasparian of Tagger Designs
Tag Gasparian grew up in Laguna Beach, California, and began drawing at age 14, influenced and inspired by surf art and the ocean itself. In the 1980s he became a pro surfer and began painting his own boards, which kicked off a run of 20+ years in which he airbrushed surfboards and t-shirts for friends and team members. He eventually took his SoCal beach style and put it onto motorcycle helmets, and is now a renowned painter in the motocross world. He continues the work from his studio, Tagger Designs, in Lake Elsinore, CA.

HOW TO ENTER

Just head over to the giveaway page, answer three short questions, and fill in your details. You can also double your chances of winning by following the NEXX Instagram page. The giveaway is open to all persons aged 18 and over, and your entry must be received by 11:59 PM EST on September 29, 2019.

Good luck!

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Win a NEXX X.G100 Racer motorcycle helmet

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