Where do you put the lock on a motorcycle helmet?

Where do you put a helmet lock?

A helmet lock is specially designed to lock a helmet to an object, in most cases a motorcycle. Most common helmet locks use a wire to secure your helmet. You simply put the wire around the chin compartment of the helmet and connect it to the frame of your bike.

How do you attach a helmet to a helmet lock?

To use a padlock to secure your helmet is quite easy. You simply pass the helmet buckle through the lock and then lock it to your bike. As you can easily tell, this method is the same as using your motorcycle’s built-in lock.

Where should I keep my helmet at home?

Keep it away from heat and moisture

Like we said earlier, the best place to keep your helmet is high up from the ground, possibly on top of a cabinet, or hanging by a hook.

How do I lock my bike helmet?

USE A KRYPTONITE DOUBLE-LOOPED CABLE with your Kryptonite U-lock, disc lock, or padlock, to secure your gear. A KRYPTONITE CABLE IS PERFECT for securing a riding helmet with D rings. RUNNING A CABLE THROUGH the arm of a jacket can be a great theft deterrent.

Should you park your motorcycle in gear?

When you park your bike it MUST be in 1st gear all the time, even if the ground is level. That is to ensure it never moves while you are not on it. There is no exception to that rule. I know your friends tell you to leave it in neutral, but the only time your bike should ever see neutral is when you start it.

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How long can you store a motorcycle helmet?

The ‘manufactured date’ sticker, which can usually be found under the comfort liner, is used as the benchmark by helmet manufacturers for when you should replace your helmet. Helmet manufacturers recommend that you replace your helmet 3 to 5 years from the ‘date of manufacture’.