Marvel's Deadpool and Ghost Rider Join HJC Helmet Lineup

Two fan favorites are making their way to the streets.

Deadpool and Ghost Rider HJC Helmets
Deadpool and Ghost Rider make their way to the streets. Which would you choose?Photo: HJC Helmets

HJC's Marvel lineup has been successful in bringing your favorite superhero characters to the streets. From the Spiderman and Venom (check out Spiderman and Venom HERE) to Captain America, Iron Man, and The Punisher (Found HERE), HJC is expanding their superhero lineup with fan-favorites Deadpool and Ghost Rider.

Deadpool HJC Helmet
If you are a fan of Marvel's Deadpool, then HJC has delivered just the gear you need.Photo: HJC Helmets

The Deadpool graphics are featured on HJC's IS-17 helmet and features a textured, matte-red finish much like the character's suit. Large black eyes blanket the face of the helmet while the iconic Deadpool logo is displayed on the back to make the reference clear. The Deadpool helmet is equipped with an inner, drop-down sunshield and is DOT approved. The helmet will arrive at authorized HJC dealers around the world in late Spring 2017 and will be offered in North America at an MSRP of $299 in sizes XS-2XL.

Ghost Rider HJC Helmets
Ghost Rider is an iconic motorcyclist Marvel character and what better way to ride your motorcycle decked out with this helmet graphic?Photo: HJC Helmets

Ghost Rider could not be overlooked by the motorcycle industry of course, and with that HJC welcomes Ghost Rider to the Marvel lineup. Deck yourself out in the iconic retro-comic flaming skull character featured on HJC's FG-17 fiberglass helmet. The FG-17 is both DOT and SNELL M2015 approved and will be at HJC retailers in North America for $309 in sizes XS-3XL. Like the Deadpool helmet, Ghost Rider will arrive at authorized HJC dealers around the world in late Spring 2017.

President of HJC America, George Hong stated, "With the success of Captain America, Iron Man, Punisher, Spider-Man and Venom, we thought, why stop there? A number of fans reached out to us for a Deadpool graphic, and the Ghost Rider was just the perfect tenacious, motorcycle-riding Marvel Superhero to add to our lineup."