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May 12

Posts: 111

LearnerRider says:

Preserving a signiture on a helemt

Hey guys, I have just bought a signed John Mcguinness helmet and am wanting to use it for road use and was wondering if any one had any idea of how to preserve the signiture? 

Was thinking of something like that bike sheild? But has anyone done any thing like this before ?

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Feb 08

Posts: 6551

StealthSV says:

The seat unit on my track bike

is signed by Cal Crutchlow. I have covered it with bike shield type stuff. I know someone who had his SP1 front mudguard signed by Colin Edwards. Chuffed as fkk he went home, removed the mudguard and sprayed it with lacquer! Well, the solvents buggered up the marker pen ink! Not happy so don't do that!

My Cal one tho still looks great but it does look obviously covered so not perfect. Any better ideas would be interesting.....

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Dec 08

Posts: 1545

Blader2005 says:

i got a

99 Blade screen signed by Leon haslam, Cal Crutchlow, Ron Haslam and Tadao Baba..(Father Fireblade) :)  and ive preserved that by not putting it on the bike...

Learner.. even covering it with bike shield or a clear film may stop it rinsing out or wiping off, however, continued frequent use will cause the marker pen to fade over time fron UV/sunlight exposure and i dont think there is anything on the market that will prevent that that would be safe to put on a helmet........ :( 

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Jul 08

Posts: 2723

lucas_yamaha says:


is interesting as i got my seat cowl signed by ian hutchinson on r6 and would like to protect was thinking venture shield 

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Feb 11

Posts: 2661

gungerdin8 says:

Well my helmet is

Signed by non other than the mighty mental 

Chris walker I never bothered trying to preserve it its still good :ph43r:

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Jan 10

Posts: 90

bigboots says:

venture shield

works for me. Got Chris Walker to sign my replica about 3 years ago. Worn it in all weathers since, and it's fine!

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Nov 04

Posts: 3840

750FLYER says:

I got

Valentino Rossi to sign the old bubble screen on my gixxer in 2005, I rode it home, took the screen off and stuck it up in the attic....

It now has a protective 4mm thick layer of dust over it... where it shall remain for a while!

I'll let you know what kind of protection dust provides one day.. :tongue: personally, if you really value it, you should store it cos it aint just weather... If you come off and fuck the lid up you aint gonna be a happy bunny are ya???


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Jan 11

Posts: 8637

snev says:

I got a...

Charlie Thomas signed Helmet  that's over 40 years old ... been sat in my Wardrobe wrapped in Brown paper and moth balls...waiting for the day that it might be worth something.

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Sep 12

Posts: 24

Fspider says:

5 years later and looks great

Agostini signed a double bubble screen that I put on my F4. This was done 5 years ago and was not covered or protected. The silver autograph still looks great.

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