(Flashing Images) Donut Media presents a fast-paced look at how racing helmets have gone from rudimentary cloth hats which kept dirt off, to today’s lifesaving high tech helmets which are engineered with the same precision as the race cars themselves.
Bell’s carbon composite off-road helmet doesn’t just look awesome. It’s engineered for safety with multiple protective layers to absorb shock and energy at low, medium or high speeds. The segmented interior ensures a snug fit for a wide variety of head sizes and shapes.
Lumos is a bicycle helmet with over 60 LEDs on its front, side and back. It automatically flashes its brake lights when you’re slowing down, while its turn signal lights are triggered via a handlebar-mounted remote control.
Beautiful, comfortable and durable motorcycle helmets. They’re made of carbon fiber or carbon fiber composite, have anti-bacterial cushion padding and come in a variety of designs. Hedon also makes visors and leather masks.
A brake and turn signal light that sticks on the back of motorcycle helmets. It will come with a wireless transmitter that you’ll attach to your bike, allowing it to turn on or off in sync with the bike’s own lights.
A heads-up display and camera that attaches to existing motorcycle helmets. It works with a mobile device via Bluetooth to display maps, notifications and other data. It uses a small controller that you attach on your bike.
A motorcycle helmet with a built-in navigation system. Activated via simple voice commands, it projects directions, overhead maps and more in the center of your field of view so you don’t have to take your eyes off the road.
Want to turn heads while you’re on your motorcycle but can’t afford a fancy bike? Get a Wolf Helmet. Available in two equally insane, DOT-certified designs, they are at once outrageous and sensible.
Look like a badass from a dystopian science fiction movie wearing this imposing helmet which combines a half-helmet for your skull with an adjustable and removable muzzle to protect others from your bite.