8 Rad Modified Motorcycle Helmets

Youtuber Tigerpause444 likes to modify motorcycle helmets into geek icons — some of them with voice changers, sound effects, LEDs, etc. — then he helpfully sticks the helmets on an oscillating fan and makes YouTube videos talking about the building process.

Note: Tigerpause444 reminds everyone that bolting screws into a helmet violates Department of Transportation rules and could lead to modified helmet wearers getting a ticket if caught on a motorcycle with them. He also warns that these helmets are not going to protect your noggin from the dangers on the road. [DVICE]

Note: Gamma Squad reminds everyone that giving someone a ticket for wearing a rad helmet makes you a yellow-bellied, lily-livered, star-bellied Sneetch, and we’re going to take their mother out for a nice seafood dinner and never call her again.  We also warn that these helmets are not going to protect you from the dangers of being too sexy.

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