Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Want to terrorize the general populace as you ride your open-piped chopper to work at the accounting firm? Then these spooky DOT-approved motorcycle helmets may be just the thing for you.

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Spooky Motorcycle Helmets Are Spooky, Inexpensive

Created by a Brazilian artist by applying teeth, fangs, bones, hair and "fine stones" found along the Amazon to basic, open-faced helmets, the New Jersey-based Craigslist entrepreneur selling them claims they're fine to ride in. We wouldn't do the same, not just because they look really gross, but because all the stick-on animal parts would fundamentally compromise the crash worthiness of the helmets by altering the way in which they control neck movement on impact. But hey, they're only $99! [via Craigslist]