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Novelty Motorcycle Helmets

Novelty Motorcycle Helmets. Air brush Helmet

Novelty Motorcycle Helmets. Are not DOT (Department of Transportation) approved! Most Novel type helmet are worn to try and offer some sort of safe, some sort of style and try to stay within the law. Having some protection is better than having no protection. Most Harley / Chopper riders really want to display their work of art or Bike. Along with the Hog, why not have a beautiful looking Lid that will add final touches to your art? We offer a high quality Novelty Motorcycle Helmet Made with all of the best quality parts and paint.

Air Brush designs are a hybrid of airbrushing and custom graphics. The details of the design cannot even be seen in our pictures. If you like what you see in the picture you will not be disappointed when you receive your products. We use House of Kolor PPG Paint, Nickle Plated Rolled Tublar Steel Riviets, Trim-Lock Inc. Trims Forward Position Y-Strap Retention System with a Pivot for fine adjustments. Does not interfere with your ears Custom Quick Connection Lock with Steel Locking Mechanism for greater strength. Most helmets come with up to 4 different designs for free. Nylon Webbing Fully Lined Sewn Interior Seems sewn to outside. No facial Chaffing Hypo-Allergenic D-Ring and Adjuster Motorcycle Helmets with Air Vent are fully adjustable.

Helmet Requirements Head Injuries are Reduced by Wearing Helmets! Anyone under 16 years of age must wear a Department approved motorcycle helmet if riding as a passenger on a motorcycle, moped, motor-driven cycle, scooter or an electric helper-motor bicycle. A person of at least 16 years of age does not need to wear a helmet while operating or riding upon a moped, scooter or other two or three-wheeled motor vehicle with a displacement of 50cc or less. Anyone at least 16 years of age but less than 21 years of age must wear a Department approved helmet when operating or riding upon a motorcycle (a motorcycle, defined as having more than 50cc displacement).

SNELL or ANSI Sticker In addition to the DOT sticker, labels located inside the helmet showing that a helmet meets the standards of private organizations like Snell or the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) are a good indicator that the helmet meets the federal safety standard. To date, DOT has never seen a novelty helmet that has a phony DOT sticker plus a phony Snell or ANSI sticker.
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