If you’re a fan of the Rolling Stones, you may be interested in forking out a massive $750 for these special-edition, open-faced Davida helmets with the iconic tongue logo.
The only British helmet manufacturer has been invited to design and produce a range of Davida helmets for the new Rolling Stones Exhibitionism at the Saatchi Gallery in London.
They are among a group of artisans producing work to commemorate the band’s 50-year music career.
Like many rock stars in their era, the Stones were often photographed on motorcycles to represent the rebellious counter-culture and they infamously hired the Hells Angels as security guards for their ill-fated Altamont Free Concert in 1969.
So it seems appropriate that some form of motorcycle culture is included in the commemorative exhibition.
Davida hand-painted the helmets in their Merseyside factory. They feature a leather-lined interior and are approved to the European standard ECER22-05 for the road and ACU Gold Label for the race-track.