Bikers Don’t Cry. Visormatic For Any 3/4 Helmet..

Bikers don’t cry. Yes, they do, at least when they don’t wear a good face/eye protection. Lick’s Cycles has released a new face/eye protection designed for quick and easy installation to any ¾ open face helmet. Rubber retention tabs fitted to the lens simply slide into place between the helmet shell and lining. So glasses are not an issue.

Currently offered in clear, flash mirror and transitional shades. The Visormatic 6000® lens is manufactured from scratch, fog and impact resistant polycarbonate for great safety and function. You get a very cool retro styling while using efficient space age materials.
Prices start at just $49.95. (Patent pending). More info at Lick’s Cycles.

4 Responses to “Bikers Don’t Cry. Visormatic For Any 3/4 Helmet..”

  1. 1 leston Mar 23rd, 2011 at 8:20 am

    This looks exactly like what i need. Any reviews on it? customer reviews?

  2. 2 zyon Mar 23rd, 2011 at 9:59 am

    looks like the shades the Macho Man used to wear in the 80’s A quality pair of sunglasses have always worked for me.

  3. 3 Scott R Mar 23rd, 2011 at 3:54 pm

    I have one and it works well for a number of reasons. If you are stuck with prescription glasses like me you can’t opt for the sunglasses. I used scott goggles until the visormatic, it also can be used on helmets like the davida that don’t have any snaps on them and on any of the newer helmets that are limited to the three snaps so you can’t use the flat 5 snap shields. The visormatic also works in junction with the three snap brow if you choose to use one and can be changed out in seconds. It works well and may not be for everyone, but it’s perfect for me.

  4. 4 nicker Mar 24th, 2011 at 4:01 pm

    “…stuck with prescription glasses like me you can’t opt for the sunglasses. …”

    Found sunglasses designed to fit over prescription classes from various eyeglass stores (target etc..).
    And recently my wife came home from the eye Dr. with a free pair that fit over her regular glasses to counter the eye-dilation procedure.


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