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The motorcycle hard hats that look like a full head of hair

Ginger-top: Biker might like this mane of red hair to wear on their head

Most people try to avoid getting helmet hair.

But this wacky headgear will make your mane look smooth an polished at all times.
A team of designers from Kazakhstan have come up with a line of 'skid lids' that are bound to turn heads while you ride your bike.

Big-headed: The bowl cut design

They include a full head of red hair - complete with ears - a brown bob-style and a bald head sporting an earring in the ear.

Or riders can go without hair at all and wear the brain helmet.

Smooth top: Turn heads with this bald design - complete with an earring

Cheeky: This pert bottom helmet is bound to attract attention

Breast is best: This hilarious helmet features a nipple ring

But the more game might prefer one from the more adventurous range - including the pert bottom or a breast with a dangling nipple ring.

Other designs include a cracked walnut, watermelon, 8 ball, bubble-wrap, tennis ball, globe or bowling ball.
The designs were created by marketing agency Good! in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Going nutty: Have a cracked walnut atop your skull

Smart choice: Riders might want to swap the hair helmet for this brain

The company is now hoping to find a firm to manufacture them after being inundated with calls from bikers wondering how they could get their hands on them.

Rimma Fhevtfova, of Good! said: 'We wanted to make something unusual. We wanted to make something that is outside the box and to try and think differently.

'There is a growing cycling scene in Kazakhstan. It is much better than it was two years ago so we want to tap into that.

Melon head: Go green with this watermelon - which has a chunk taken out of it

On top of the world: This globe helmet could be popular if a bike loses his way

Tennis mad: Riders will surely stand out with this tennis ball-inspired look

'In the market, there are limited designs and producers and very few customers are using handmade or tailor made helmets of different styles.'

Bikers in Central Asia and Kazakhstan may get their hands on the helmets soon, the rest of the world will have to wait.

Designer Renat Abdrakhamov said: 'There are no real helmets yet, just the design. But once hundreds of thousands of people showed interest in the product we starting thinking about production.'

Just popping out: The bubble-wrap design by Good!

Telling your future: The 8 ball design

Teeing off: A golf ball helmet

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