Bmw helmet lock

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Description


HelmLock Anti-Theft System

The safe and easy way to deter helmet theft for your BMW.

Thanks to an additional, spring supported locking bar, it's absolutely impossible to unhook the cables without removing the seat. That makes our anti-theft system completely different from many other models.

The covered security cable takes two helmets at the same time and when not needed, it can be simply stowed beneath the seat. An enormously helpful product. Once you own it, you wouldn't want to do without!

Additional Details::

  • Easy anti-theft securing of up to two helmets
  • No additional lock etc. needed. Access to release is protected by the seat lock
  • The aluminum locking unit is fastened under the seat by means of two screws
  • Safety cable can be stowed beneath the seat when is not used
  • 5mm thick steel cable
  • With stainless steel reinforced loops to protect the cable
  • Thick silicon coating on the cable protects against abrasion and paint damage
  • Includes all needed mounting parts

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Tom Judd

Verified Buyer

06/28/2018

Difficult and time-consuming to Reinstall Seat after each Use

I installed this on a 2014 R1200RT. This is not as easy to use as I would like. I had been using a gun cable lock and was hoping to save time locking my helmet to the bike. Unfortunately, it takes the same amount of time (or more), because the cable doesn't stow easily and interferes with the seat latch. So, it always takes several attempts to rearrange the cable and seat-warmer wire to allow the seat to latch. Also, it is difficult to hook/unhook the cable loops in the retention hooks. The tolerance of hook/slot is a little too tight. So, attaching/removing the cable loop requires more effort and time than it should. The repeated use is chewing through the protective plastic coating on the cable. Looking at the picture, I now see that the plastic coating stops about 1.5 inches from the looped end. The plastic coating on mine extends over the entire cable. So, maybe it's a manufacturing defect. The installation instructions are somewhat unclear. It's just a few photographs with arrows pointing to various features. They stress the installation of the ~3-inch protective rubber edging, but provide no instructions on where it goes! It's meant to slide over some share metal edge, but I left it off, because I didn't know where to put it and was sure that it would fall off eventually anyway. The large BMW Top case is too small to hold the helmets that they claim it can. So, I'm mystified that they don't offer a viable helmet storage solution for this bike. Since I couldn't find any other options, I would probably buy this again.





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Lidlox Motorcycle Helmet Locks

Lidlox is an easy to install, easy to use motorcycle helmet lock that looks good on your motorcycle.  Lidlox comes in 2 basic versions, a bar end helmet lock and a handle bar mounted helmet lock that mounts to your U-clamp bolt that we call the bolt mount helmet lock.  Take a look at our installation and use videos for the bolt mount helmet lock at www.lidlox.info.  New Lidlox motorcycle helmet lock fitments are being created all the time.  One of our most popular bar end helmet locks is for the Can-Am Spyder.  Our most popular  helmet lock is the bolt mount style for the Harley Davidsons.  The Harley Davidson helmet lock is clean and unobtrusive and lets you lock up your helmet while hanging it on the mirror which is a popular place to hang your helmet.  We also have a large selection of BMW helmet locks, Honda helmet locks, Yamaha helmet locks, Suzuki helmet locks, Triumph helmet locks, Ducati helmet locks, Kawasaki helmet locks, Victory helmet locks, helmet locks for Kuryakyn grips, helmet locks for Avon grips, and universal motorcycle helmet locks for just about any motorcycle.

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Thread: R1200R: Best way to lock a helmet

  • 11-18-2010, 06:16 PM#1

    silvideo is offline
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    R1200R: Best way to lock a helmet

    Hi there,

    Just got a 2007 R1200R and I am wondering which is the best way to lock my helmet (and sometimes two) to it There seem to be not a single pin under the seat for such purpose.
    I will appreciate anyone sharing their experiences with me.

    Thank you!
    Silvio.


  • 11-18-2010, 07:16 PM#2

    tinytrains is offline
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    If you have side cases, your helmet should fit in one. If not, a cable with a lock will do. There are also some helmet locks that bolt behind the license plate, I don't trust locking a helmet by the strap. Sure, it is worthless to the dirt bag who steals it, but they often do stuff like that out stupidity, and you have no helmet to ride home with.

    Scott


  • 11-18-2010, 09:06 PM#3

    PGlaves is online now
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    QuoteOriginally Posted by TinyTrainsView Post

    If you have side cases, your helmet should fit in one. If not, a cable with a lock will do. There are also some helmet locks that bolt behind the license plate, I don't trust locking a helmet by the strap. Sure, it is worthless to the dirt bag who steals it, but they often do stuff like that out stupidity, and you have no helmet to ride home with.

    Scott

    My bags always have something in them making them useless for a helmet. It wouldn't fit through the top of my Jesse bags anyway.

    I lock mine using the strap. Sure somebody could cut it, but the simple grab and snatch isn't possible. I also have a short cable and padlock. I use it more for a jacket (cable up the sleeve trick) than a helmet but it works for that too.

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  • 11-19-2010, 12:37 AM#4

    Anyname is offline
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    I have one of these. It seems both secure and protects the helmet from unexpected rain:

    http://www.aerostich.com/pacsafe-helmet-bag.html

    BMW R bike rider, horizontally opposed to everything...


  • 11-19-2010, 12:58 AM#5

    marchyman is offline
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    Most of the time I don't. For those times when I do I have a cable lock wrapped around the luggage rack. I put the cable through the eye port and latch it. The advantage of doing it this way instead of an after market helmet lock is that I can position the helmet such that it won't act as a bucket in case of rain.


  • 11-19-2010, 01:18 AM#6

    I went to the hardware store a few years ago and had them make cable locks of a sort for me. I had them put loops in the ends of three lengths of fairly light cable. They make the loops by crimping a fixture to the looped cable. I use small, keyed padlocks to lock my helmet and/or my jacket. The advantage of my rig is weight and size, and three different lengths depending on what I think I'll need.

    This is probably not as strong as the typical cable lock, but stronger than trusting the strap. And someone would have to cut a cable, even if it's a relatively light one. These cables can be looped around into about a three inch diameter and held by the lock. This makes a small, light, easy to transport unit.


  • 11-19-2010, 04:04 PM#7

    fastdogs2 is offline
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    Locking a helmet

    I always carry mine with me, unless I can see the bike. For example, from inside a restaurant, while I am having lunch.

    I just got in the habit of carrying the helmet with me, especially in the summer when we get 90 degree plus temperatures. It's nice to be able to put a helmet back on your head that has been inside an air conditioned building.

    Even if I could lock it on the bike, I don't think I would. I don't trust what some unscrupulous folks might do to my helmet while I am not in line of sight of the bike.


  • 11-19-2010, 04:30 PM#8

    chadman is offline
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    I use http://www.boltlockcorp.com/

    I just put the bolt below my plate and it works great. I like how it has a cable to go around helmet instead of using the dring.

    Chad
    2010 BMW R1200RT
    2008 KTM XCW(e)-300
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  • 11-20-2010, 02:24 PM#10

    f14rio is offline
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    more than adaquate, less than ten bucks

    "Enemy fighters at 2 o'clock!...Roger, What should i do until then?"

    2010 r1200r, 2009 harley crossbones, 2008 triumph/sidecar, 1970 norton commando 750


  • 11-20-2010, 08:27 PM#11

    greenwald is offline
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    Thumbs up

    I use this - works great.

    Able to lock two (2) full-size helmets at a time.

    If rain looks imminent, I simply enclose each of them in a waterproof helmet bag first.

    Good Luck!

    http://www.ztechnik.com/products/html/Z5505R.html

    Last edited by Greenwald; 11-21-2010 at 02:12 PM.


  • 11-21-2010, 04:12 PM#12

    I just put mine on the foot peg and walk away. Who would steal a helmet?

  • 11-28-2010, 01:48 AM#13

    105258 is offline
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    I'm with Howard

    I ride all over North America and never lock my helmet to the bike. I just hang it on the passenger peg and walk away. Never lost a helmet yet...

    David Nicholls
    Teulon Manitoba - Canada

    2015 R1200GSA-LC


  • 11-28-2010, 02:05 AM#14

    pffog is offline
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    QuoteOriginally Posted by 105258View Post

    I ride all over North America and never lock my helmet to the bike. I just hang it on the passenger peg and walk away. Never lost a helmet yet...

    Same here, just hangs on the foot peg.

    BUT, unfortunately in some places it is a necessity to lock them. Just makes me sad that many feel that if it is not bolted down it is free for the taking...................SIGHHHHHHHHHH

  • 12-08-2010, 01:26 AM#15

    RobG is offline
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    Helmet Lock

    I use a Barender on the left handle bar; the right side has a Throttlemiester, The barender has a small gap, but it is really easy to use and the two sides match fairly well.

    http://www.barender.com/


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