I use a Sena communication system, but I don't have any experience with their helmets. I'm still not sure if I trust active noise cancellation as an actual hearing protection device.
I've been using over the ear active noise cancellation on plane flights since ~ 2007..... I don't fly without them any more. The volume needed to hear the movie, or your music is so much less. Instead of cranking it up so much that you're kicking your own eardrums arse, you can clearly hear conversational level stuff without the roar of all the mechanical noise, or the screaming infant a row away.
If you already have good isolation, due to the insulation of the muff or plug, the amount of energy in the offending noise is already much reduced...... Producing an equal but opposite noise to cancel the noise at that point takes far less power.
The AAA battery in my Bose quiet comfort can make my life much better throughout international air travel. Easily 12+ hours on one battery. More like 40+ hours.
Motorcycle noise levels are higher than airliner interiors, even during take off.
Bose without doubt makes exceptionally good noise cancellation gear. I spent $300 on the first set I bought my wife in 2001 or so. I bought myself a $60 pair of JVC in 2007 , and was happy enough; much better than ear plugs, not as good as Bose.
Try it. The only thing you have to lose is money.
. Your hearing will thank you. Immediately.
I drove cross country, using those JVC to knock down the road noise for that three day adventure. I'd do it again without question, with my Bose.