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Where do you keep your helmet?

When you arrive somewhere where you don't want to haul your helmet around, where on or near the bike do you store it? I could not find a good spot on the XG-750 until I got my luggage rack Now I use a combo lock to secure it to the rack.
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I rest my helmet on top of the right side mirror. I have a small cable combo lock.
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I have the sissy bar installed for the GF when we ride out together sometimes and I typically leave it on there or on my handle bars when she is with me.

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I haul my around because I have the U-Clear Communicator hooked to mine and dont want to leave it.
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For the 750 I simply hung it from the throttle grip on the handlebar by the strap and stuff my riding gloves inside the helmet. On my Sportster I use the left rear turn signal extension arm.




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Hey this is white and i recently join this forum. I keep my helmet on my helmet shop.
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Hang it from passenger peg. Not as far to fall, kind of out of sight.
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Hang it from passenger peg. Not as far to fall, kind of out of sight.
Good point had not thought of that.
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