Very Cool Ads for Honda Helmets
While we kept on wondering how come Honda does not sell their own, wing-branded helmets throughout the world, like other manufacturers do, here's some nice news in this field: they actually do, even if only in Colombia and some few other countries, as Motorbiker tips us.
Both prints stress the protective role of wearing a motorcycle in a funny, yet sensible way, without the use of scary statistics or horror. The plain facts these ads are depicting is that even the smallest objects which are completely harmless by themselves, can transform in serious hazards when traveling at high speed.
The two examples are a beetle and a small pebble. As speed increases towards the 80 mph mark (129 km/h), the beetle turns into a bullet, while the small pebble turns into an asteroid (or big rock, if you like it better).
Needless to say that riding a motorcycle at this speed with no helmet is unnecessary exposure to external factors, and even if the eyes are protected by goggles, bugs and other object will make your ride a rolling hell.
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