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These worked out okay, but I had to get creative to mount them. For my particular bike - V-strom. I used tubing to build up the only two areas I was able to mount them. The only tube I had in the right diameter was the handlebar, a passenger foot peg bracket, and part of my crash guard. I ended up mounting one with some tubing to tighten on the foot peg bracket, and using double tubing to mount to a piece of my Givi side case frame. I didn't like the one way screws, so I used some allen head bolts in their place. They work great though. Thanks.

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Q: Does this lock definitely fit the 2014 bonneville T100
Over 4 years ago
The bike in question is the T100 A3
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: The Motion Pro Helmet Lock clamps securely to any 7/8" round tube bar. I would recommend measuring your rear grab bar or where you would like to mount this on your 2014 Triumph Bonneville T100 and see if it's 7/8" in diameter. If it is, then you shouldn't have any problem.
Q: If i buy this would it be a complete kit for locking my helmet to my bike or would i need something else also?
Over 4 years ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: This should be all you would need. This item is universal so it is made to fit a wide range of motorcycles. Clamps to any 7/8" round tube bar.
# Part Numbers
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Motion Pro Helmet Lock 11-0006
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