How to Connect Your Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet 

 May 3, 2023

By  Mia H.

Riding a motorcycle can be an exciting adventure, but it's essential to prioritize safety on every ride. Connecting to your Bluetooth motorcycle helmet is one way to stay safe while enjoying your ride. This article shows how to connect your helmet to your phone and offers tips for maintaining a solid connection.  

Why Connect Your Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet?   

There are many benefits to using a Bluetooth helmet. By connecting your helmet to your phone, you can:  

  • Listen to music or podcasts while riding  
  • Take phone calls without having to pull over  
  • Use GPS without taking your eyes off the road  
  • Communicate with other riders in your group  

Now that we've covered the benefits let's dive into how to connect your Bluetooth motorcycle helmet.  

How to Connect Your Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet  

Follow these steps to secure your Bluetooth helmet to your phone:  

1. Turn on the Bluetooth on Your Phone 

First, make sure the Bluetooth on your phone is turned on. You can usually find this in your phone's settings menu.  

2. Activate Pairing Mode on the Helmet 

Refer to your helmet's user manual to activate pairing mode. It may apply by pressing and holding a button on the helmet until the LED light starts flashing.  

3. Search for and Select the Helmet on Your Phone 

Go to your phone's Bluetooth settings and search for available devices. Select your helmet from the list of available devices.  

4. Enter the Helmet's Pairing Code if Necessary 

If your helmet requires a pairing code, you'll need to enter it on your phone. Refer to your helmet's user manual for the code.  

5. Test the Connection 

The pairing is complete; test the connection by making a phone call or playing music. You should hear the sound through your helmet's speakers if everything works perfectly.  

Tips for Maintaining a Strong Connection  

To avoid connection issues and maintain a strong signal, follow these tips:  

  • Keep the Helmet Charged 

    Make sure your battery is ultimately charged before heading out on a ride. A low battery can lead to a weak or unstable connection.  
  • Keep the Phone Close to the Helmet 

    To ensure a strong signal, keep your phone close to your helmet. It will reduce the chances of interference from other devices.  
  • Avoid Interference from Other Devices 

    Other Bluetooth devices in the area can interfere with your helmet's connection. Keep your helmet away from other Bluetooth devices or turn them off.  


Connecting to your Bluetooth motorcycle helmet is an easy process that significantly enhances your riding experience. Following the steps in this article and maintaining a solid connection, you can listen to music, take phone calls, and easily use GPS while staying safe on the road. 


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