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Old 01-06-2015, 07:45 PM   #1
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Latest greatest invention.LOL

http://www.ebay.com/itm/UVIA-Helmet-...663eb0&vxp=mtr
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Old 01-06-2015, 07:48 PM   #2
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At highway speeds all ya gotta do is turn your head, what would you need a $150 windshield wiper for?
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Lol next there will be an automated wiper.
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Lol next there will be an automated wiper.
Ive already got one of those ... i call her my ol lady
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Hm...lets see...added weight on your head, added complexity, snarls the helmet aerodynamics, something in your line of vision all the time and basically an answer in search of a question...
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Hm...lets see...added weight on your head, added complexity, snarls the helmet aerodynamics, something in your line of vision all the time and basically an answer in search of a question...
but those poser points!
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but those poser points!
True true - that does make it a tough choice...
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Oh it works fantastically if you're just standing in the rain like a

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If you have the money to blow, at least you can show it off.. once or twice, standing still in your kitchen with your friends ask what the bad contraption you have on your helmet is !
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I have no problem the idea of a faceshield wiper, but that thing looks like a decepticon spider just latched onto my face.

I already have an action cam on one side and a bluetooth on the other. Another geeky gadget on top of the helmet will turn me into Doc Brown for sure.
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I have no problem the idea of a faceshield wiper, but that thing looks like a decepticon spider just latched onto my face.

I already have an action cam on one side and a bluetooth on the other. Another geeky gadget on top of the helmet will turn me into Doc Brown for sure.
Do you always ride under 88 miles an hour?
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Do you always ride under 88 miles an hour?
I only go 88 when I need to time travel!
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Do you always ride under 88 miles an hour?
Never could get the Flux Capacitor to fit on the bike, so no worries about accidentally going back to 1985.
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