If you fancy a bit of an ‘alien’ vibe then this new helmet from Caberg might fill that void, called a Droid.
As you can see the most dominant feature is the superb, and futuristic, paint scheme. We especially adore those twin vent ports placed on the chin piece, resembling something found on a spacecraft.
All fine things, but the Droid helmet has a flip-up style design, so you can either enjoy the security of a full-face helmet, or, look like some kind of time-cop policeman, either way it’s a very cool helmet on all counts.
Price: R5,500 Call: Linex (011 251 4000/4009) Or visit www.linex.co.za
Also go to www.caberg.it to view the full range and order any item from Linex.
Seeing as we’ve just entered into our eighth year, making us the longest running motorcycle site in SA, we’ve decided to produce these commemorative t-shirts.
Made from world-class cotton, sort of, and don’t you just want one? Bill and his palls have them on here but the poor guy on the right missed out, but he’ll certainly own one by the time you read this.
You too can also have one, or many, and so you should. Then you’ll instantly become the envy of all your friends, maybe?
Price: ONLY R150 plus postage of course, or we might even meet for a beer and deliver.
Design and printing by www.indentikit.co.za Get in touch if you fancy your own designs.
This is the first time we’ve seen helmets from the famous Italian clothing and boot Company, and don’t they both look splendid?
They’re both stuffed with fancy features, like a very cool detachable magnetic peak for example, so easy to take off and replace. The cheek pads also detach to assist a medic after you head butt a tree and knock yourself out, hopefully not?
Either way they’re very pleasing to look at and will obviously attract buyers just because of the highly recognizable brand name.
Price: R4,830 Visit: www.linex.co.za for more details or call (011 251 4000/4009)
The Bell helmet Company from the USA has always been associated with ‘odd’ looking lids to say the least. Well, how about these two new variations for something completely different?
The silver metallic ‘astronaut’ styled one is called Bullitt and takes the rider back into the 60/70s but with modern day materials and protection. The black helmet with many ventilation holes in the top is called the Eliminator and resembles another make of helmet from the USA, Simpson, remember those?
Either way they’re both striking to look at and both designs will certainly attract attention wherever you ride, very nice.