If you share my concern for the safety of your helmet when stepping away from your bike, constantly checking its stability on the handlebar may sound familiar. The fear of it tumbling down with the slightest disturbance can be unnerving. That’s where the eXtuff Helmet Hook comes in – a simple yet ingenious solution to ease your worries.
The Dilemma of Helmet Placement
For many riders, the routine of placing the helmet on the handlebar before a brief pause – whether for refueling, grabbing an ice cream cone, or making a quick call – is often accompanied by a lingering fear of its precarious stability. The desire for a reliable, stable, and easily accessible method to hang the helmet on the bike for a short duration is a shared sentiment.
Introducing the Helmet Hook
The Helmet Hook, as the name suggests, is a purpose-built hook designed for securing your helmet. Engineered to attach conveniently to the handlebar end, nestled between the bar and the bar-end weight, this solution caters to the majority of modern bikes equipped with damping weights on the handlebars.
Installing the Helmet Hook is a straightforward process. By simply unscrewing or unbolting the existing weight, sliding the screw or bolt through the hook, and reattaching the weight, riders can quickly and easily enhance their helmet security. The hook includes a sizing washer in the center, ensuring compatibility with various mounting options across different bikes and manufacturers.
Now, riders can enjoy the luxury of temporarily hanging their helmets on the bike without the constant worry of instability. Whether you’re fueling up, grabbing a snack, or attending to a quick task, the Helmet Hook offers a stable and trustworthy solution for those moments when carrying the helmet becomes impractical.
In conclusion, the eXtuff Helmet Hook introduces a welcomed convenience to the rider’s routine, providing a secure and hassle-free way to temporarily stow helmets on the bike. Say goodbye to the anxiety of helmet instability and embrace the freedom to enjoy short breaks without the constant need for helmet surveillance.