The Helmet Hook


The Helmet Hook screws easily onto your handlebars and keeps your helmet safe and secure from falling off your motorbike.

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Like many inventions and ideas, the Helmet Hook was born out of frustration. The inventor simply dropped his helmet one too many times. Needless to say, he wasn’t happy.

Just as I was not impressed when I too knocked my helmet off my motorbike whilst stopped for a break.

The purpose of the Helmet Hook is to keep your helmet from falling off the bike and/or getting scratched when hanging it close to metal parts on the bike. It is also the easiest place to place your helmet.

When you stop to get fuel, stop at that amazing lookout high in the hills or stop at your favourite cafe, simply hang your helmet on the Helmet Hook and it will be safe from harm. No more hanging it on the rear view mirrors only to have to readjust them.

If you have bar end weights on your bike (and if not, they’re cheap) you can use the Helmet Hook.  

The Helmet Hook can be mounted on handle bars with Bar End Weights or Hand Guards. 

The Helmet Hook is compatible with virtually every bike on the market. Street Bike, Dirt Bike, ATV, etc. 

Been shopping? Hang your bags on the Helmet Hook while getting your gloves out of your panniers or top box. Hang the bags and have your hands free to open them.                  

Do you keep your bike on a Battery Tender? Hang the cables on the Helmet Hook to keep them from dragging on the ground. 

You can hang your helmet from either the strap, the D-Rings or other type of attachment and it even works with ratchet straps.

The Helmet Hook is made from 1/4″ ABS Plastic, is very strong and includes a hole in the hook to allow a small padlock to be fitted for security and peace of mind.

As there are other distributors around the world, I am only planning on selling to Australia but can send to Asia if anyone there is interested.

Please contact me for shipping quotes outside of Australia.

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Weight 0.1 kg


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