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The Ten Commandments of Motorcycling

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The Ten Commandments of Motorcycling

  1. The one true vehicle is the motorcycle 
  2. Thou shalt not ride other than a Harley
  3. Honor thy authorized dealer and the motorcycles they sell
  4. Remember the weekend, for it is written, five days shalt thou labor, and for two days shalt thou ride thy bike.
  5. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s bike, nor his cute old lady.
  6. From the throne of thy two wheeled contrivance, thou shalt hail all thy biker brethren no matter what they are seated upon (….even if it is a Triumph)
  7. Thou shalt not pass by nor turn away from thy brother biker who is in mechanical distress.
  8. Thou shalt not pose.  it is easier for a poser to pass his gold Visa card through the eye of a needle than to enter into the true fellowship of motorcycle heaven.
  9. When riding thy sled on the Road of Life, thou shalt not whine nor snivel, and thou shalt not suffer to ride alongside those who do.
  10. Park not thy bike in the darkness of thine garage, that it may collect dust for want of being oft ridden.
  11. Ride thy motorcycle with thy biker brethren, and rejoice in the spirit of the road and the wind.
  12. Thou shalt Always wear a MicroDOT Helmet.

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I Don’t Like Motorcycle Helmets, so What Options do I Have?

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I Don’t Like Motorcycle Helmets, so What Options do I Have?

Low Profile Lightweight Motorcycle Helmets 

Investing in your low profile motorcycle helmet is imperative to ensure your safety whenever you go out on a ride. But who wants to stick a heavy, outdated on their head? Nobody does, especially when it makes you look like a mushroom! Instead, get a comfortable, modern helmet that keeps you safe. Motorcycle beanie helmets that are lightweight and easy to wear are the types of helmets worthy of an investment.  

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What To Look For When Buying A DOT Approved Motorcycle Helmet 

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What To Look For When Buying A DOT Approved Motorcycle Helmet 
Once a MicroDot helmet gets down, it virtually disappears on your head, feeling more like a baseball cap than a motorcycle helmet. The coverage of this helmet is limited to the head by design
With a MicroDOT beanie helmet, the biker is plenty of visibility, an absolute must on the road to look for hazards around you.  
A MicroDOT Helmet should sit evenly, snugging your head, covering most of your forehead, and stopping just an inch or so above your eyebrows. It should not tilt back toward your hairline or at another funny angle. This is the most common mistake people make with helmet fit. The sides must go low enough to avoid pressure on the ears. To secure proper "snug factor," the helmet comes in seven sizes fitting heads from 20 to 25 inches.  

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Is There a Helmet That Doesn't Ruin the Experience?

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Is There a Helmet That Doesn't Ruin the Experience?

Because half shells let you see the sights, hear the sounds, and smell the aromas better than any other type of helmet, they're valued by riders of vintage classics and cruiser bikes. To shield the face and mouth from bugs and other road grit, sunglasses, goggles, and bandannas are often worn. (See our Motorcycle Head Gear and Accessories Section).

The style of the motorcycle helmet is very much coherent to the type of bike you own. When cruising with friends or club’s, choosing the right  accessories and appeal is very important.  

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Micro DOT Helmets at the 20th Anniversary of The Lone Star Rally.

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Micro DOT Helmets at the 20th Anniversary of The Lone Star Rally.

Where is Micro DOT Helmet located during the Lone Star Rally?

Look for your Micro DOT Twister, Micro DOT Blister, Micro DOT Mayhem, or your Micro Lid in our booth at the Harborside East lot or in our second booth in Beach Central on the Seawall.

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