Best New Products of 2015

Highlights From the 2015 American International Motorcycle Expo

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New products and accessories from the 2015 American International Motorcycle Expo.©Motorcyclist

1 // SENA SMART HELMET Ride like the wind without listening to it—that's Sena's tagline for its new helmet with noise-control technology. Internal speakers produce an inverted waveform to cancel out noise for a quiet, comfortable ride. The Smart Helmet carries DOT and ECE approval and is expected to cost around $700. sena.com

2 // SCHUBERTH E1 HELMET The E1 helmet has a modular design with a fully articulating visor plus a drop-down sun shield and large chin and neck curtains to help keep things sealed and quiet. The $829 E1 even has a built-in antenna for use with Schuberth's SRC-System PRO Bluetooth system. schuberthnorthamerica.com

3 // SIDI FAST RAIN BOOTS The new Fast Rain boots are designed for commuting and touring and have a Technomicro and Cordura chassis backed by a waterproof membrane. Soles are lugged, and closure is by way of Velcro straps for ease of entry and removal. The Fast Rains are available in black for only $195. motonation.com

4 // DENALI LED HEADLIGHT Denali just announced the release of replacement headlight modules for the 5.75-inch and 7-inch lights commonly found on cruisers and classic bikes. These DOT-approved lights use a LED array and will sell for $399 to $449 depending on size and application. twistedthrottle.com

5 // TOMTOM BANDIT ACTION CAMERA GPS-maker TomTom has entered the action-camera market with the Bandit, a compact and waterproof unit that allows on-the-fly editing via TomTom's Bluetooth app. The $400 Bandit has built-in action sensors and an automatic highlights function that flags footage based on sensor data such as maximum speed or elevation. tomtom.com

6 // YUASA CHARGER It makes sense that a company that's been making batteries for nearly 40 years would have a high-tech battery charger. Yuasa's new 2-amp charger sells for $95 and has two independent circuits for maintaining separate batteries, whether they are 6- or 12-volt flooded or AGM batteries. yuasabatteries.com