Apart from Writing about New Gadgets and Gaming, people find me riding sports bikes and doing stunts all the same., and so it becomes necessary for me to wear a helmet. I usually like to avoid the Helmet but there is not a need any more with the protective musical helmet.
The R.E.D Trace helmet is as Geeky as a Helmet can get. Apart from keeping you safe from any head damage, the Trace Helmet can play music for you. The trace Helmet can be connected to your iPod, a CD player, tape player or any other Mp3 player having a 3.5 mm Speaker Jack which means that it can be connected to a Nokia N96 and Nokia 5800 XpressMusic as well.
R.E.D Trace Musical Helmet has DJ-quality low profile-speakers and is build in a way that it can be suitable for wearing at Crossover sports and conditions, such as Snow/Skate/Bike. It features a removable Goggle Clip, a Removable Goggle Gasket, an injected ABS shell and front vent plugs. The Helmet comes in two colors at the moment – Black and White – and retails for $90.
If you still do not want to wear a helmet, but want to listen to music while riding, you could always get the iPod Speaker for Your Bike.
Trace Helmet via Chip Chick