This is the official discount list for Memorial Week-End 2015
To benefit from the crazy discounts, follow these 3 steps:
- Check out what fetches the greatest savings
- Make a list of what you want
- Bring the list to your better half for due consideration!
Late Summer of 2014. Jayson Warner Smith decides to ride his 50th birthday out, fires up his Triumph Bonneville and spends five weeks riding solo across the country.
Shot almost entirely with his cell phone, the movie captures a slide of America that’s worth watching.
Watch the movie here
Here’s to bikers on the move in States with helmet laws. When it’s time to stop for lunch or a cool one, we all have to find a place to lock up that old helmet if we don’t want to stick it on the rearview mirrors or leave on our seat. But dang! That helmet’s too big for the saddlebags. We could bring it inside and just push it on or under a chair. Kinda unwieldy.
Here comes the cavalry!
Helmet Lock: No need for keys
HELMETLOK is a carabiner-style lock, with a 4 digit programmable locking mechanism. It lock your helmet to your bike.
Operation is simple: Open the lock, slip the carabiner through your helmet’s D-rings, attach it to your bike and lock it.
Unlike a conventional carabiner, when the locking arm is open, it pivots outwards, not inwards where it becomes difficult to hook anything in.
HelmetLok opens outwards for a wider clearance
The clearance allows you to attach the lock to large diameter handlebars, bike frames, gear racks and grab rails. In fact, it will fit around anything with a 1.5″ diameter.
HelmetLok mounts on a grip or a bike frame with a diameter of up to 1.5 inches
HelmetLok can be used with a cable to lock luggage, jackets, etc. on your bike. No need for a key or anything mounted to the bike.
We think it’s a good product, easy to use and to pocket when not in use. Renegade Classics carries HelmetLok, right around $20.