You've most likely seen the original Predator motorcycle helmet released a few years ago, but now Nitrinos has updated it with a 3-point laser module. To be more specific, these aluminum encased red lasers - up to 5mW - are visible in fog or smoke when activated. For those wondering if this is safe? "Lasers with such power don't hurt the retina. LASERs are switched by means of a microsized button at the bottom of the helmet. Two AAA batteries shall be used in order to switch the lasers," according to the company. Besides that feature, these helmets still have 22 dreadlocks, a 4-channel adjustable ventilation system, and a quick-release visor system. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing just how close you can get to Area 51 without getting in trouble, or worse.
Russia-based Nitronos Motostudio has released a new line of cat-themed motorcycle helmets, and they can be customized however the customer wants, including special designs. "We took a modern and convenient IXS-1000 as a basis of this helmet. Each helmet is equipped with a single light protective visor and integral folding sun-visor. The helmet has a removable lining of 100% polyester as well as the double ventilation," said Nitornos. Click here for more pictures of the cat helmets. Continue reading for another video
Tuning shop Cafe Racer Dreams put their own twist on the BMW R1200S, and called it the "Animal". This military-inspired 2-wheeler sports two lights up front, as well as a tactical mesh covered fuel tank. It's been equipped with a set of rugged Ohlins shocks so the bike can handle both rough and smooth roads. The sleek taillights out back add a nice cool tough, while the olive green finishes off the look. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how two guys sneaked into a movie theater dressed as just one person.
Finally, a motorcycle fit for The Dark Knight himself. Introducing the Ducati DraXter, which is based on the company's XDiavel cruiser. The suspension and brakes are sourced from the 1299 Panigale superbike, while the open dry clutch and the Termignoni exhaust with downwards-facing ports add to its menacing looks. It's powered by a 1262cc two-cylinder Testastretta engine generating 156-horsepower, making the bike race track ready. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Limited to just 65-units worldwide, the Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster sports a carbon fiber / billet aluminum, adjustable suspension, dual-caliper brakes, 18-inch carbon fiber wheels, a leather tractor seat, and a fuel-injected V-Twin engine that generates 121-horsepower, along with 140 lb-ft of torque, mated to a five-speed transmission. Continue reading for another video. Click here to view more images.
When TRON Lightcycle meets futuristic BMW motorcycle, you get the stunning i Motorrad BetaIR by Sebastian Martinez. Featuring a sleek aerodynamic body, complete with Tron-inspired spokeless tires, it uses a magnetic suspension for the ultimate ride experience. Ultra bright LEDs can be found at the top of the motorcycle. Click here to view some bonus images of amazing, yet real, Confederate Motorcycles.
If the Predator owned a futuristic motorcycle, it'd probably be the "Le Caffage," a customized 2009 Ducati 848 by Apogee Motorworks. In addition to its oversized gas tank with vintage cafe proportions, it features a modified trellis frame, handcrafted stainless steel twin exhausts and a revamped headlight from a BMW i8. The engine has been fitted with NCR parts, including titanium valves, a slipper clutch, and a full set of titanium bolts / fasteners. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here to view some bonus cool and unusual motorcycle helmets.
Say goodbye to uncomfortable (and unsafe) motorcycle helmets, and hello to the "Vozz Helmet". Rather than pulling it over your head and using a chin strap, this design splits vertically into two sections that pivot around a hinge, which lock in place using a little pressure. Once locked into place, it fits perfectly and can't be accidentally removed, ensuring a tighter fit as well as more chin coverage. All of this means less aerodynamic lift at higher speeds, and additional heat insulation for cooler weather. Should you be involved in an accident, the helmet can easily be separated into two parts, making it possible for removal without moving the neck or applying pressure to the head. Continue reading to watch two additional videos and for more information. Click here to view more images of the helmet.
Sleek and fit for The Dark Knight himself, Lito Green Motion's Sora superbike is fully electric, with a carbon fiber / machined aluminum frame. Now, it's been upgraded with a clip-on rear passenger seat, perfect for a sidekick, like Robin. Its 1498 mm (59.0 in.) wheelbase makes it extremely agile in the urban environment, while no compromises have been made for the highway comfort. Power comes from a liquid-cooled direct drive motor, mated to a hand-assembled 12kWh lithium-polymer battery which can be recharged in 9-hours using the on-board J1772-compatible charger. Continue reading for a ride session video. Click here to view more pictures.
Sleek and stealthy, the Kuberg Freerider is powered by a 48V motor, good for a top speed of 34 mph. Its powder-coated steel tube frame comes equipped with a long-travel suspension and Maxxis Creepy Crawler tires that can go just about anywhere. A hydraulic disc brake system ensures that you'll be able to stop on a dime, while its aggressive design are sure to turn some heads. Continue reading for another video and more information.