So, your helmet keeps falling off the bike? Boy, do I have a solution for you.
Like many inventions and ideas, the Helmet Hook was born from frustration. I simply dropped my helmet one too many times. My helmet only cost me $137 and it still hurt every time that thing fell on the ground and started rolling around. I can only imagine what people feel that have a $500-1,200 dollar helmet...
Anyway, without further ado, I present the Helmet Hook...
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Super. Needed to heat to spread. No problem
My wife rides with me often. We have boxes on the bike that have eliminated the option of the OEM under seat hook option. We were using the mirrors like most people do. It was making me readjust constantly. Ran across this simple add on and it is super easy to install and use. I already had a set of locks and they go straight in. ( I would suggest buying locks after you get the hook and before you install it to make sure the length is enough to actually lock) I also have hand guards and custom flush mount bar ends. Everything went together in seconds!!
5 Stars! This little hook is the best thing ever! A safe happy place to put your helmet every time! Never fuss with your helmet again. I have one on my Zero FX and on my Yamaha FJ 09. The latest one I bought has a little hole in the hook to place a lock or cable. Love it!
It works great and I love the holes that allow the user to run a small cable lock through to secure the helmet. Super easy installation!
This past weekend was the first time I actually used my stainless steel Helmet Hook. Was on a 4 day ride to the Outer Banks NC and as you might expect it was windy all 4 days. So every stop I simply popped my helmet on the Stainless Helmet Hook and no matter how hard the wind blew it was rick solid. On my RT I usually plant the helmet on my tank bag and lean it against the dash. But on my GS there is no tank bag and the side stand is relatively short allowing for a greater lean angle. So on my GS the Helmet Hook was the perfect solution for how to store my helmet at stops. Sometimes a product is simple and works perfectly ... that is the case here.