Thursday, July 31, 2014

My friends helmet arrived before his motorcycle

My friends helmet arrived before his motorcycle

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Batman Motorcycle Helmet

Batman Motorcycle Helmet
Call us now if you wish to reserve your Batman Novelty Motorcycle Helmet.

They should be here in about 36 days.  

Monday, July 28, 2014

Why do I have this AR15?

Gato Balaclava
Why am I holding this AR15 and wearing a Gato Balaclava?  Because this picture has just made my new AR15 a tax write off.

That's right, this weapon is now a marketing photo prop.  I am telling our accountant that it is needed to show the Gato Balaclava to a rioting customer or a bank robber customer.

What reason do you want to wear a Gato Balaclava?  Please send me a email telling me to I can buy some more toys!

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Where can I see one of the motorcycle helmets in person?

We don't have any of the items in stores and we're not big fans of folks coming to our warehouse in Birmingham because its 47,000 sqft and there is a weirdo factor. If it helps, everyone tells me that our items look better in person.

If you are in Birmingham and feel like you must stop by, please call first. I say "please" but I mean "call first!" The doors stay locked to protect our lucrative cannabis business and we must make sure you are not DEA. Also, if you believe anything I write than you should not stop by at all.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

New high-tech motorcycle helmets keep deputies safer

Police motorcycle helmet
OLATHE, Kan. —A new look for the deputies in the Johnson County Sheriff's Department's motorcycle unit may have members of the public doing a double take.

Master Deputy Greg Smith showed off the new full-face helmet that he and other deputies are wearing. It's a futuristic look, one that the county adopted with safety in mind.

It helps protect the riders from road debris and wind, but also improves communication.

"If I'm running down somebody -- trying to catch up with somebody -- I can get on with dispatch and talk to them at 100 mph," Smith said. "Say I'm trying to catch up with this vehicle, or this vehicle did this, (dispatchers) can hear me and I don't have to take my hands off the bike in order to do that. That's a huge safety issue."

The department said motorists might see the full-face helmet as more intimidating, but that's not the purpose of it. They said the face shield flips up that when a deputy approaches a driver, the driver can see the face and not talk into a mask.

Smith said he appreciates the new safety features and the department is getting a lot of positive response.

Not all deputies will have the new helmets right away. They're being phased in as older equipment gets replaced.

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Working @ Iron Horse Helmets

So my wife wants to know what I do all day at work.  She actually had the guts to ask me, "Honey, how was your day?"

So I showed her this:

So how do you think my day was?????? My brain is fried....I need a real job!