Helmet lock? Add lock.
I'm sure you know that most any "young" person will have no idea of what a Ronco 'Popeil Pocket Fisherman' actually is!!!Mini stringer to go with your Popeil pocket fisherman.
I have a popeil never been used in the original box,I'm sure you know that most any "young" person will have no idea of what a 'Popeil Pocket Fisherman' actually is!!!
I'll be willing to bet that you're closer to my age (71) than you'd like to be!!!I have a popeil never been used in the original box,
Yeah. I bet you don't have a Gen 3 Wee, do you? I used to do the same thing on my Gen 1, but they turned the hooks around the WRONG WAY on the Gen 3!! Now they face outward, and the cable loop pops off very readily when I'm trying to put the seat on, and is pretty easy to jiggle off the hook even with the seat closed. Why???No need to add a lock. Tt is a cable you can thread through the d-ring on your helmet. Pop off your seat and then there are a couple of metal hooks under the seat (right near the edge of the bike) that you can hook the two looped ends on. Pop your seat back on and now your helmet is secured to your bike. I used to use it all the time when riding.
Y'got me there. I'm too young to have ever seen that.Every road bike once had a keyed helmet holder attached to the rear near the tail light. Those damned accountants strike again!
Did you mean that cable or a separate helmet lock? I've never seen any bike come with one of those cables.I thought one of those would come with my bike as I learned it's standard fare for most manufacturers. It didn't.
In this age of free sexual identification, it may take on an an entirely different meaning. I'm on a truck forum and you dare not use the term, "tranny fluid."I'm sure you know that most any "young" person will have no idea of what a 'Popeil Pocket Fisherman' actually is!!!
Meh, they don't work with a lot of modern helmets anyways. Can't recall the last time I owned a helmet with D-rings. FWIW - they are on the left side of most bikes I have owned that had them. Can't say that I have seen one on the back.Every road bike once had a keyed helmet holder attached to the rear near the tail light. Those damned accountants strike again!
Guess it depends on the brands you buy. Last 4 helmets have been Nolan, Shark, Shoei and those all had ratchetsBoth my latest helmets have Double-D rings.. Now that I think of it, I have only had one helmet with the "buckle" type shin strap..
I also found this under the seat, and wondered what it was for.. Had to look it up in the owners manual..
A ... what strap? Could you please post a picture of you wearing this helmet? That sounds super awkward ...."buckle" type shin strap..