Jimbo Phillips, of skateboard art fame, came up with the wild Blood Shot motif seen here. Really officer, my eyes are red from the wind. Notice the cool white faux-leather trim and red anodized visor buttons. Nice touch. Jimbo Phillips, of skateboard art fame, came up with the wild Blood Shot motif seen here. Bell Custom 500 Throwback-styled helmets are pretty popular these days but are often cheaply made for the sake of style. Bell Helmets recently introduced a retro lid to its lineup with the Custom 500 3/4-shell model. The 500 pays homage to the first Bell ever produced back in 1954 by founder Roy Richter. The DOT-certified, low-profile helmet is constructed from a fiberglass shell and inner foam layer covered in a quality-looking quilted liner. The Custom 500 comes with unique graphics or you can choose from two solid colors: metallic silver or orange flake (solids, starting at $99.95, graphics $139.95). The helmets are comfortable and lightweight but do run on the large side, so take that into account before ordering. Check out your local helmet shop or log onto bellpowersports.com for more info. The Custom 500 is small and light; it's not one of those "mushroom-head helmets" like many other DOT lids. The Custom 500 is small and light; it's not one of those "mushroom-head helmets" like many Bell paid lots of attention to detail, like the sewn-in Bell patch and quilted interior with red thread. You get a lot of helmet for the money here including a five-year warranty. Bell paid lots of attention to detail, like the sewn-in Bell patch and quilted interior wi You can see just how little room the Reda Gas Can takes up in the saddlebag fitting perfectly into the back portion of the bag. You can see just how little room the Reda Gas Can takes up in the saddlebag fitting perfec Reda Gas Can It's rare for us to come across a product that is so useful and smartly designed as the Reda motorcycle gas can ($29.99) from Reda Innovations (redagascan.com). The best part of the design is it fits perfectly into the rear recesses of the H-D hard saddlebags. The 1-gallon design takes up little space and fills up the lesser-used rear, angled space of either saddlebag. Both the EPA and CARB certify the spill-proof and vapor-proof gas can for use in all 50 states. Don't get left stranded in the middle of nowhere, get one today for you and your buddies. The Reda Gas Can has a ratcheting, liquid-tight top opening, and is made from heavy-duty plastic. No spills and no fumes. The Reda Gas Can has a ratcheting, liquid-tight top opening, and is made from heavy-duty p Under the cap resides a spout with a spring-loaded outlet safety to prevent any unwanted spillage until you're ready to pour. Under the cap resides a spout with a spring-loaded outlet safety to prevent any unwanted s Here is the E2D LED Defender with the two included 123A Lithium Batteries along with the V91 Nylon Quick-Detach Holster ($15). The light with batteries weighs a mere 3.7 ounces. Here is the E2D LED Defender with the two included 123A Lithium Batteries along with the V Surefire Led Flashlight For many of you gun owner readers, the name SureFire is probably a familiar one. SureFire has been at the forefront of tactical lights and lasers for firearms used by law enforcement and the military worldwide. Luckily for us the technology that's gone into SureFire's products over the years has trickled down into a useful tool we can all use: the flashlight. There's often a balance between a light's intensity and the size and weight of the light, and SureFire has brought the best of all worlds into one tiny package, the E2D LED Defender Dual-output LED ($165) flashlight. The dual-intensity light features a super-bright 200-lumen high beam and a 5-lumen ultra-long runtime low beam activated by the pushbutton tail cap. The bright beam is 10 times brighter than the typical, large two D-cell flashlight. In addition the LED is virtually indestructible. Aside from all of the usual flashlight uses, the SureFire is a great self-defense tool that can safely disorient an attacker or animal. In addition, the E2D features a Strike Bezel on the front and a scalloped tail cap for additional defensive capabilities. Check out surefire.com for this and other lighting products. The Defender measures only 5.4 inches long and 1 inch in diameter at the bezel. A removable beltclip is standard. The Defender measures only 5.4 inches long and 1 inch in diameter at the bezel. A removabl You can see the metal Strike Bezel up front here. The rear cap can be used for striking and can also accommodate a lanyard. This little light is versatile and surely to be with us wherever we go. You can see the metal Strike Bezel up front here. The rear cap can be used for striking an By Toph Bocchiaro Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!