Brake Free: Helmet-Mount Brake Light

Brake Free is a motorcycle helmet-mount LED brake light with wireless brake detection technology. The smart LED brake light is designed to improve the motorcycle visibility to all road users at all times. It mounts on the back of the helmet you already own and its sensors work automatically to let others know whenever you… Continue reading Brake Free: Helmet-Mount Brake Light

LightMode S Kit Helmet

LightMode S Kits is a battery-powered lights that will give your helmet a new look by transforming it into a illuminate helmet, which also comes as a safety feature. It includes a smaller detachable controller, a water resistant system with a built-in USB-rechargeable battery. The LightMode S Kit is currently on Kickstarter where it raised $31,397 of its… Continue reading LightMode S Kit Helmet

LEGO Hair Bicycle Helmet

Simon Higby of DDB Stockholm and Clara Prior of DDB Copenhagen, teamed up with Danish development company MOEF to design a prototype bicycle helmet inspired by Lego and Playmobil plastic, toy hair pieces. The project was created to get more kids to wear bike helmets voluntarily. Watch the video below.

Human Head Helmets

Dubai-based digital designer Jyo John Mullor has created a series of custom-made motorcycle helmets that looks like shaved heads. The design project has received lots of appreciations from people around the world. Some manufactures have even shown interest in launching a line of helmets under this design umbrella. via: Designboom

The Hövding: A Second-Generation Inflatable Bike Helmet

Swedish company Hövding has created the second-generation inflatable bike helmet for cyclists with an active motion sensors to detect impact that deploys in 0.1 seconds. The airbag quickly surrounds the area around the neck and head, offering more coverage than a traditional helmet. The helmet was first introduced in 2012, and the new version features a microUSB-rechargeable that lasts around 18 hours of cycling. The… Continue reading The Hövding: A Second-Generation Inflatable Bike Helmet

The Invisible Bicycle Helmet

Swedish designers Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin started a project that no one else had done before. If they could swing it, it would for sure be revolutionary. The idea of the project started in 2005 in a master’s-level industrial design course. They designed a collar that can sense a bike crash and then immediately blow up as an… Continue reading The Invisible Bicycle Helmet

Disco Ball Helmet

Designer Natalie Walsh from San Francisco, California created an awesome Disco Ball Helmet with glass mirror tiles and a vintage open face motorcycle helmet. She even gave instructions of how to make one. I don’t think this helmet is street legal but it looks cool. Via: Laughing Squid