Allwin, Tegol Recall Motorcycle Helmets that Don't Meet Federal Safety Standards
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December 09, 2014

Two companies have issued recalls for motorcycle helmets that don't meet federal safety standards.

Helmets made by Allwin Powersports don't meet minimum performance requirements, while helmets made by Tegol don't meet minimum safety standards.

Allwin is recalling certain model LS2 helmets, model HH566, casing carbon helmets , sizes XS, S, M, L, XL, and XXL because the helmets do not meet the minimum performance requirements of the penetration test in ambient and high temperature. As a result, the helmets may not adequately protect a rider in the event of a crash.

The company will notify owners of the recalled helmets and dealers will replace them, free of charge.

For more information, owners can contact Allwin customer service at 1-888-968-9888 or by email at  LS2info@ls2helmets.us.

Tegol is recalling certain Hawk GLD-900 Series helmets in all sizes. The affected helmets fail to meet the minimum safety requirements. Helmets that do not comply with minimum safety standards may increase the risk of injury in the event of a crash.

Tegol will notify owners of the recalled helmets who will be offered a full refund.

For more information, owners may contact Tegol customer service at 1-714-496-9988.