Friday, September 29, 2017

Rabbit Motorcycle Helmet Cover

Rabbit Motorcycle Helmet Cover
Check out our Rabbit Motorcycle Helmet Cover in action.

Our Bunny Motorcycle Helmet Cover was custom made for Hugh Hefner. We never sent it to him because he is dead now. Never let them say that we don't have a heart.
This Bunny Motorcycle Helmet Cover will get you tons of attention and kind of sucks when you ride with it.  The ears are like big sails.
The peripheral vision also sucks.
This cover is best for a bike night or a parade.  I would not try it on the interstate.

Bunny Motorcycle Helmet Cover is lightweight, has elastic to hold him snug to your helmet, and is easily put on and taken off in seconds.
Bunny Motorcycle Helmet Cover will keep your helmet from getting scratched and chipped.
Bunny Motorcycle Helmet Cover can interfere with the ventilation of your helmet, but he also reduces road noise a bit.
Bunny Motorcycle Helmet Cover may vary slightly from the photo because they are handmade.
Bunny Motorcycle Helmet Cover is one size fits all.

Icon recall helmets due to safety concerns

ICON has issued a voluntary recall on three helmets due to insufficiently attached D-rings, which could detach and cause injury or death to riders.

The motorcycle gear manufacturer has issued the recall on all sizes of its Alliance Dark helmets manufactured from January 2017 to July 2017, and Alliance GT Horror and Rubatone helmets manufactured from March 2017 to July 2017.

In a statement on its website, Icon said: “The potentially affected helmets may contain a defect related to motor vehicle safety.

“In particular, faulty stitching on the nylon webbing attached to the D-rings may possibly not remain secure within the webbing.

“This may allow the D-rings to separate from the chin strap. In the event of a crash, the wearer may not be adequately protected, increasing the risk of personal injury or death.”

Icon says that while only a small number of potentially affected helmets feature the defect, the entire production lot is being recalled as a precaution.

Riders are being urged to check their Icon helmet’s model name, style, delivery date and manufacturing date label to ascertain whether it is affected.

Helmets received after September 12, 2017 may have already been checked for the defect. If they feature a green check mark on the date label and box barcode, then they are not subject to the recall.

Replacement helmets, in the same model and style, will be provided free of charge to owners of the affected helmets, providing they complete the recall form.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

College Motorcycle Helmets

I just came across these pictures again.  We sold these college football motorcycle helmets about five years ago.  They were horrible sellers.  Such a bad idea. 

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Commies Aren't Cool Shirt

Commies Aren't Cool and Che was a commie prick. I love this Commies Aren't Cool Shirt that we made today.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Pennsylvania motorcycle helmet law

Pennsylvania Law requires that any person who operates or rides a motorcycle (including an autocycle) must wear protective headgear unless he or she is over 21 years of age or older and has either two years of riding experience or has completed a motorcycle safety course approved by PennDOT.

Monday, September 25, 2017

How to clean a Motorcycle Helmet Liner!

I think you should just buy a new one, but here are some Youtube instructions if you are cheap:

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

A new company is trying to revive the Skully AR helmet

Last year, Skully, the startup that crowdfunded its AR motorcycle helmet, shut down following many delays, mounting financial woes and an attempted sale to LeEco that didn't go through. But TechCrunch got its hands on an email that was sent to those still registered to the Skully email list and it says the original company's technology might not be lost forever.

Skully, Inc. is still dead and gone, but under the helm of co-founders Ivan and Rafael Contreras, a new company -- Skully Technologies -- has formed in its place. In the email, Ivan, the new company's president, said that Skully Technologies would be bringing back the Skully helmet. "We are happy to inform you that the assets of Skully, Inc., have been acquired by Ivan Contreras and Rafael Contreras, successful businessmen in a variety of global turnaround industrial and technology ventures, with the goal of fulfilling Skully's destiny," he said.

The Contreras' iteration of Skully is headquartered in Atlanta. Ivan goes on to vaguely suggest in his letter that those who backed the original helmet may get something for their efforts but doesn't say in any concrete terms what that might be. "Although Skully Technologies has no formal obligation to the customers of the now defunct Skully, Inc., we recognize that hundreds of Skully helmet enthusiasts around the world have contributed to this product and were understandably disappointed that they never received one. We are determined to make this right."

That last bit also appears on Skully Technology's website, the homepage of which prominently features the phrase "Determined to make it right." How the new company will do that is unclear and it's very possible that it won't at all. Plus, only time will tell whether it can actually get the helmet on the market. But backers of the original Skully can have slightly more hope today than they did yesterday that they might finally get something for their investment.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Customer email exchange

Geoff - I am looking for a new helmet that doesn’t give me mushroom head.

Iron Horse Helmets - Are you looking for a novelty or a DOT helmet?

Geoff - Preferably a DOT, but would consider a novelty. Depends on how they fit.

Iron Horse Helmets - All real DOT helmets will give you the mushroom look...Even ours. But, all Novelty helmets make you die fast if you crash in them.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Thursday, September 14, 2017

It's not waterboarding if you use diesel shirt

it's not waterboarding if you use diesel shirt

Those guys are We Are Right are at it again.  They know how to piss people off worse than we do.  Their It's not waterboarding if you use diesel shirt is going to piss off every liberal in the world.  

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Thanks for the helmet!!! Saved my life!!! Thx,

Rudy hit a pothole on I40 in Nashville. Our chrome skull helmet saved his life. Not bad for a novelty helmet.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Disco Ball Motorcycle Helmet

We have made the 3/4 Disco Ball Motorcycle Helmet for years...but never a full face Disco Ball Motorcycle Helmet. Some chick on Etsy is selling this Disco Ball Motorcycle Helmet for over $2000.
She has done an amazing job and I hope she sells one.

Friday, September 8, 2017

Shatterproof helmet visors

WeeTect, a global leader in designing and manufacturing safety accessories, today announced that it will start supplying shatterproof helmet visors for OEM/ODM markets. With its testing laboratories in the Foshan Factory, WeeTect has invested in polycarbonate helmet visors for a wide range of applications such as paintball, pilot, hockey, football and motorcycle, just to mention a few.

This new shatterproof helmet visor is an injection molded optical class 1 accessory that complies with the CE, ECE and ASTM quality standards. By beginning to customize these helmet visors for OEM/ODM clients, WeeTect aims to make safety accessories accessible and affordable to many in the global market.

Monday, September 4, 2017


Check out his beard!  Not all heroes wear capes.  This cool dude bought this BEARD MEASUREMENT SCALE T-SHIRT and he can pull it off.

I bet he gets a lot of chicks.

Friday, September 1, 2017

Motorcycle Helmet Laws

motorcycle helmet laws
Before leaving for a long-distance ride, check out our list of which states have universal laws requiring helmet use. Some states, such as Florida, Kentucky, and Michigan has clauses that require insurance coverage for riders 21 and older who choose not to wear a helmet. The best move is to keep things simple and safe: Wear a quality, DOT-approved helmet even if it’s not the law in your state or wherever you are traveling.
StateMotorcycle law
AlabamaAll riders
Alaska17 and younger
Arizona17 and younger
Arkansas20 and younger
CaliforniaAll riders
Colorado17 and younger riders and passengers
Connecticut17 and younger
Delaware18 and younger
District of ColumbiaAll riders
Florida20 and younger
GeorgiaAll riders
Hawaii17 and younger
Idaho17 and younger
IllinoisNo law
Indiana17 and younger
IowaNo law
Kansas17 and younger
Kentucky20 and younger
LouisianaAll riders
Maine17 and younger
MarylandAll riders
MassachusettsAll riders
Michigan20 and younger
Minnesota17 and younger
MississippiAll riders
MissouriAll riders
Montana17 and younger
NebraskaAll riders
NevadaAll riders
New HampshireNo law
New JerseyAll riders
New Mexico17 and younger
New YorkAll riders
North CarolinaAll riders
North Dakota17 and younger
Ohio17 and younger
Oklahoma17 and younger
OregonAll riders
Pennsylvania20 and younger
Rhode Island20 and younger
South Carolina20 and younger
South Dakota17 and younger
TennesseeAll riders
Texas20 and younger
Utah17 and younger
VermontAll riders
VirginiaAll riders
WashingtonAll riders
West VirginiaAll riders
Wisconsin17 and younger
Wyoming17 and younger