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TOPIC: Custom helmet

Custom helmet 5 months 11 hours ago #2853

  • Holly Marcheck
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Anyone know of a mfgr who would customize a helmet for a rider who requires an appliance to hear?
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Custom helmet 5 months 10 hours ago #2854

  • Bob Mihalics
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Holly, I did a quick search and found ,Zenith Company. they make football helmets.
The article was on line , The Columbus Telegram, New technology keeps him in the game.
Its a start.
If what you add doesn't make you better, your carrying dead weight.
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Custom helmet 4 months 4 weeks ago #2855

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Thank you soooo much! I'll see this guy on the range this Saturday so will find the info on Zenith and print to give to him. Cannot believe how rewarding this year has been as an instructor. Lot's of folks with impairments are learning to ride either motorcycles or 3-wheelers! Lot's of our vets coming back with amputations are able to enjoy the freedom of riding. So glad that I can help them have what we all enjoy (and hopefully don't take for granted)!
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Custom helmet 4 months 3 weeks ago #2857

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Along those lines . . . “Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome”

"If loud pipes save lives, imagine what learning to ride could do!"
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