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    Hi, how do people secure there helmet to there bike. Don't really like walking around with helmet in hand, or securing by the strap to to helmet hooks on the bike.
    Thought about getting a lanyard and lock and securing to the rear hand hold.
    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

  • #2
    What's wrong with the helmet clip under the seat?
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    • #3
      My brand new AGV GP Pro got stolen at the Burswood last year whilst locked to the loop under the seat - plse do not trust this method of securing your lid!

      S.
      Chuck Norris is 1/8th Cherokee. This has nothing to do with ancestry, the man ate a fucking Indian.

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      • #4
        I use a lock with a retractable steel cable and put it through the full face. I got it from an army surplus store for about $20- but I've seen them at luggage shops as well. Benefit is the cable is retractable so packs away neat but can reach (eg. my helmet sits on my mirror but the cable will wrap around solid handlebars). Has combination lock so I don't have to carry another set of keys.
        Yes someone could get bolt cutters & perhaps get the helmet but there's only so much you can do; and I do have insurance.

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        • #5
          pac-safe

          I have one of these ..

          Pacsafe Anti-Theft Bags & Travel Security Products

          packs small enough to fit under the seat, but as others have said, if someone is determined enough .. they will still find a way

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          • #6
            theres gold in them they're hills their
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            • #7
              Stealing a helmet off a bike pa a pretty dog act to begin with. I've only ever worried about my tinted visor getting knucked' not the helmet itself, but not yet, touch wood. You could always get a top box.
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              • #8
                It's probably best to carry it with you in case anyone fucks with it. I.E. scratches it, knocks it, takes a piss in it, etc.

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                • #9
                  It's been covered in quite a few other threads but the only way you can ever really know your helmet is safe is to carry it with you IMO.

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                  • #10
                    I always just carry it with me. I don't want to give anyone the chance to do anything to it.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Sprint View Post
                      My brand new AGV GP Pro got stolen at the Burswood last year whilst locked to the loop under the seat - plse do not trust this method of securing your lid!

                      S.
                      If you are talking about Burswood Casino, the best way to secure your helmet at the casino is the Club Burswood Cloak Room. the safest place to store your helmet while gambling or having a drink or two.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Sprint View Post
                        My brand new AGV GP Pro got stolen at the Burswood last year whilst locked to the loop under the seat - plse do not trust this method of securing your lid!

                        S.
                        How'd you get home

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                        • #13
                          my GPX has a helmet lock under the seat but sadly my new dosent have enough space to lock in, So i carry it

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                          • #14
                            1 word:

                            don't.





                            take it with you.
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                            • #15
                              A guy at uni puts a cable through the full face bit and between the front forks then leaves it sitting on the fuel tank. I carry mine though.
                              When due process fails us, we really do live in a world of terror. — JC Denton

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