Motorcycle helmet makes you a highway Predator

(Credit: NLO Moto)

The highway can be a nightmare, but we don't think anyone would dare mess with a Predator on a motorcycle.

We've seen some pretty cool custom motorcycle helmets, even a few Predator heads here and there — but nothing with the level of cool demonstrated by Russian company NLO Moto's Predator helmet.

Some of the customisations available.(Credit: NLO Moto)

If you felt like a beast on the road before, we imagine this sexy headgear will increase that tenfold. It's built on an actual certified motorcycle helmet as a base, with a fibreglass, carbon fibre and polyester shell fitted over the top. It has a removable face shield and three optional red LEDs to replicate the Predator's targeting system.

The base model starts at US$780, offering a whole bunch of optional extras: a protective face shield (US$59), improved graphics and engraving (US$39), top-tier airbrushing (US$399), laser-controlled aimer (US$119), carbon fibre tips for the Predator's dreadlocks (US$109), teeth (US$95) and a carbon fibre shell (US$249).

Unfortunately, because the shell seriously limits visibility, the helmet has not been certified for road use, so we wouldn't recommend actually wearing it on the road, unless "decapitated" is your favourite look.

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