Predator Motorcycle Helmet Review - NLO Moto
I made this to Expose the NLO moto Predator motorcycle helmet
they claim is DOT AND SNELL approved, yet don't provide certificates /
I paid just over 1000,00 for this back in Late December 2011, only to get
the helmet on the 17th of March 2012. After being told it would only be 10
to 20 days MAX before i had it.
I Ordered the helmet with the following..
Removable Carbon dreadlocks, the size of the Foam dreads.
Delivery within 20 days of the date i paid $1100 for this POS. !
1: Is this snell or Dot approved...
- NO, hell no, the dreads alone wont make this legal, yet the small
vision/ visor. Foam shell is not manufactured to fit the carbon shell, they
are parts from another helmet. The straps are not re-inforced on the shell
2: does it have foam padding?
- yes, you see that at the first clip of the helmet, from Part 2 onwards i
have removed the padding, as it wiggles around and never sits still when
you are wearing the helmet...
3: How much did it cost you?
- I paid over $1100 including Delivery to Australia in Dec 2011. I was
told it would be here within 20 days. I didn't receive it until Late March
2012 Only later to find out they didn't actually send it or Make it until
early Feb 2012.
4: The Helmet Looks Bigger then normal helmets,Is it?
- Yes, its around 20% bigger at the front, giving you a bobble head look.
5: Why wont they refund you ?
- Well because I took ti for a test ride, and the Foam dreadlocks had
broken almost instantly. I found this to be a fault with the Helmet as
having exposed RAW sharp carbon resin tearing away at the foam caused the
issue, They used this against me and refused to refund me.. Ontop of that,
all the shit inside the helmet was glued in a held in place with some sort
of shellys Gap filler.. I could feel parts inside the helmet moving around,
once i took the padding out, i seen how poorly the internals was made..
Thanks for taking the time to read my FAQ's
Motorcycle vs Deer - Yamaha R1 Cuts Deer in Half, Motorcycle Crash Aftermath
I hit a deer at 85 mph and crashed. Please be aware that video contains
bloody footage of a deer sliced in two parts. I thought I will never ride
the bike after this motorcycle accident. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, LIKE AND SHARE!
THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT
I just wanted to share with you guys what happened to me back in 2012.
Hope you like the video.
Remember to always wear your gear!
Harley Davidson Lowside Motorcycle Crash
Customized Harley Bagger crash near the Rock Store. Great recovery, used
momentum to land back on his feet then just walked away while bike was
still crashing. Very lucky, he was uninjured except just a quarter size
spot of road rash on his knee. AKA Harley Street Glide
Stupid Drivers and Near Misses (Near Hits?) - January, 2012
Dashcam footage from my Ford Ranger as I trundle about the City of
Pittsburgh, PA, capturing the inane, insane and downright
stupid drivers out there.
This is the best of January, 2012. Subscribe for a new video each month!
00:00 - Intro - I-79 Northbound, Mile Marker 83
00:09 - Washington Ave (PA-50) at E. Main St, Carnegie
00:33 - Bulevard of the Allies (PA-885) approaching Jumonville St, Bluff
00:50 - Birmingham Bridge at East Carson St, South Side
01:40 - Camp Horne Rd at Ben Avon Heights Rd, McCandless Township
02:14 - Herron Ave at Wylie Ave, Hill District
02:30 - Clairton Blvd at Pleasant Hills Blvd, Pleasant Hills
02:40 - Wharton St at S 20th St, South Side
03:15 - West Liberty Ave between Pauline St and Saranac Ave, Brookline
03:32 - Herron Ave at Milwaukee St, Hill District
03:56 - East Warrington Ave at Allen St, Allentown
04:36 - Saw Mill Run Blvd (PA-51) at Greenlee Rd, Brentwood
05:30 - I-79 Northbound, Mile Marker 83
My Dashcam is a Logitech QuickCam C260, mounted behind my rear-view mirror
and connected to an IBM Thinkpad T42 with an SSD for recording.
The software is MiniCam and XOBD from
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KTM 1190 RC8 REVIEW
KTM 1190 RC8 full ride and review.
The much anticipated ride and review of the amazing KTM RC8. Big thanks to
KTM Angry Dragon for letting me review his bike!
In this review video, I have tried to cover every aspect of the RC8, from
it's stunning good looks to it's relentless power and incredible handling.
I have covered low speed and high speed riding along with everything from
the throttle to the brakes, if you feel there is anything I have left out
or if there is anything you would like to know about the bike then feel
free to ask in the comments section.
The RC8 is an incredible machine with almost too much power for the road
but once you get used to it, it is a perfect sports bike.
This bike is by no means for beginners and does require a certain level of
skill and experience, it is a very raw machine with no rider aids so it is
just you, the bike and the road.
To sum up I would highly recommend you at least try an RC8 once in your
life as it's an experience unlike any other and one that you certainly
As always, I hope you enjoyed and please Share, Like, Comment & Subscribe!
Find Dragon here: www.youtube.com/user/ktmangrydragon
And don't forget you can get your very own helmet camera with 10% off at
actioncameras.co.uk using the voucher code MAXISMAD.
London Motorbike Encounters #5 - Its London!
Puncture, crasy lady on bike, coffee, blind car driver, naught biker, loud
pipes needed, speed or break down? Ford Cortina 1962, Ambulance, bike red
light doh, 3 to a bike.
Random events recorded on a motorbike while travelling in and to London.
Every thing from crashes, to jay walkers and near misses. All recorded over
one week of my daily commute.