Wires do great work, but are only NSW based. Where most of the fire damage has been though. https://www.wires.org.au/donate/emergency-fund
And of course, RSPCA are always helping out animals. https://bushfires.rspca.org.au/
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 $500-700 dollar helmet...
Anyway, without further ado, I present the Helmet Hook...
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I sold my bike that had the helmet hook on it. When I bought another bike, I didn't think I would get another helmet lock. That idea lasted about 2 rides, I couldn't believe how much I missed having the hook.
I have a BMW R1200 CLC and it took a bit of drilling to open up the washer hole to fit over the bushing at the end of the handlebar. Otherwise it works great. Love that it has a hole for a lock. I’m going to carry a helmet bag to keep the helmet covered during longer off times.
Absolutely holds my helmet, securely, on the bike where I mounted it. I bought a second one to mount on my others bike. Worth it.
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I saw an article on webbikeworld.com about how this company is donating part of each hook's proceeds to relief efforts for the Australia fires, so I checked the product out. Man, I didn't know I needed this until I received it and installed it on my Ninja 400. I popped off the removable washer from the hook to be able to sandwich it between the bar and the bar end, and it just works! I actually bought 3 units so I can give the other two to my coworkers. Thank you for an amazingly simple yet useful product.
Thanks bro and you make a great point, one which I tell people. I never used to carry a pocket knife till I once bought a multi tool. All of a sudden I realized how much use I had for it and found myself using it all the time. It's the same with the Helmet Hook. You didn't know there was an option so you of course, didn't miss it. I got my first bike in 76 and no, there wasn't an option and so I've dropped every single helmet I've ever own and this is how the idea came about.
Also, thanks for buying three. That's 15$ for the little animals.