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Testimonials of the Honda
Helmet Lock Bracket

Testimonials of the Yamaha
Helmet Lock Bracket


Reviewed by: Terri Jo Elliott
Reviewed for: Shadow Ace 750
Used for: 1-6 months
Review Summary: I love these, Best new idea in years. Now I can use my helmet lock and the same key as my ignition.
Reviewed by: Debi Armstrong
Reviewed for: VTX 1300 Retro
Used for: < 1 month
Ease of install: 4.0
Value: 5.0
Would buy again: yes
Review Summary: Wow. This things is great. I hated losing my factory lock and having to bolt some ugly piece of crap to my bikes. This does exactly what it says it will, relocates the helmet lock to the front of the bike. Love it!

Reviewed by: Bob (RobertL)
Reviewed for: V-Star 1100 Classic
Used for: < 1 month

Review Summary: I have a V-Star 03 " 1100 Classic". I ordered the Biker Brackets Helmet re-location kit here on the webb site (very quick/painless). The kit arrived within 3-5 business days (as promised). The directions info & kit were all there. The bracket was easy to install and now I have access to my original helmet lock. I strongly recommend this kit.
Reviewed by: Debbie Lang (laditek)
Reviewed for: V-Star Classic
Place bought: Other
Used for: 1-6 months
Review Summary:
What an awesome idea. The helmet lock works great and is very convenient now. I am ecstatic about my new gadget.

Reviewed by: Norman Frank
Reviewed for: V-Star Classic
Used for: 1-6 months
Review Summary: I'm sure you get lots of good feedback, so here is mine. I got the information on how to order from http://www.jackphelps.com/lock.htm.

Two Fridays ago the bracket for relocating the helmet lock from behind the left saddle bag of the motorcycle to the front fender came. It was all it claimed to be...a flat piece of iron with three holes in it, along with a washer and instructions. You know, an engineer can get excited over a well-machined piece of iron. It only took about 15 minutes to remove the saddle bag, remove the helmet holder, relocate the helmet holder to the front fender using the bracket, and reinstall the saddle bag. Sometimes things work out well. I used the helmet holder at every break on the following 300-mile ride so I didn't have to carry the helmet everywhere I went.

No, I couldn't have made it myself (no machine shop), so thank you for the idea and the bracket to make it happen. It works great!

Norman Frank


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Testimonials of the Suzuki
Helmet Lock Bracket

Reviewed by: Jim Bennett (jim-b)
Reviewed for: Intruder Volusia
Place bought: Manufacturer Direct
Used for: 1-6 months

Review Summary:
The biggest problem I had with my leatherlike bags was that I lost use of my helmet lock. This is the perfect solution and the price was right.

Testimonials of the Kawasaki
Helmet Lock Bracket

Reviewed by: Mike Abbott
Reviewed for: Vulcan 1500 Nomad Fi
Place bought: Manufacturer Direct
Used for: 1-6 months
Review Summary: I actually bought 2 of these brackets - 1 for the VN1500 and one for a friend's Honda ACE. I located the bracket on the right side of the front wheel, using existing hardware. Now, it works like a dream! Great little product..

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