Though designed with bicycles in mind, I see not reason why this wouldn't work for motorcycle helmets. The Helmet Lock is a simple, highly secure, metal wire in a loop form.
It seems small enough to be stashed away anywhere on your motorcycle, and when parked, slip the cable though any reasonably small opening, like the chin strap rings or visor. The other side of the metal wire is slipped over your motorcycle lock itself.
Simple and effective.
Cost: US$12.95 (US$19.95 for 2)
I don't know if this will work, so don't take my word for it, but it does look like it should with most motorcycle helmets. I use a simple thin metal chain with lock, but it does mean other set of keys that I can (and have) loose or wreck.
So, what do you think? Will it work? If anyone has done it on a motorcycle helmet, let me know...
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Via: Red Ferret