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Skully P-1 has a patented integrated rear view camera system with a 180 degree viewing angle. Similar to the way our maps are displayed in front of the rider, the rear view camera feeds video to the HUD to provide you with complete situational awareness. The Skully P-1 watches your back (and sides) so you can enjoy the ride.


Life is too short to retread the same steps. With Skully Nav the world is your track. No need to plan your route or to pull over for directions. Just ride. When you are ready, Skully will show you the way back with HUD GPS maps.


Introducing Bluetooth pairing and voice control for Skully helmets. Pair your phone to the helmet, and unlock the connectivity potential of your mobile device while riding. The Skully P-1 allows you to control the interface with your voice. You can control your music, send texts, make calls, and change your destination all hands-free. Never before has riding been so connected.

Key Features

  • Lightweight, aerodynamic, tricomposite shell
  • 3D laser-cut foam for a perfect fit
  • Fully adjustable flow-through ventilation
  • Anti-fog, anti-scratch, anti-glare face shield
  • Quick release chin strap and visor
  • Synapse(TM) Heads Up Display system
  • Visual GPS navigation
  • 180 degree wide angle rearview camera
  • Bluetooth connectivity with voice control

My goal for the four days weekend was to finish two things; Pillion and Pegs.

After having the Honda Rebel seat for decades, I finally forked out the cc to buy a pillion. What a huge difference it made. I don’t know why I waited so long to buy one. Probably cuz I’m a cheapskate.

For the longest time, I wanted mid controls, mid pegs, frisco pegs or whatever the hell you call it. The original peg positions are just too stock and too relaxed looking for my taste. So I decided to make some mid pegs for my bike. I find it funny when you think of something in your head, you picture it to be the coolest and baddest thing ever until you actually make it and it turns out to be worse than horse shit. With that said, my first attempt failed.

My second attempt was a success, took me a day and a half to finish. It consisted of many hours of cutting, welding, and cussing. I want to thank Young for hooking me up with the materials and letting me take pictures of your design. Mike, thanks for helping me torch and bend the 3/4th rod. Thank you Duy for looking pretty. Jk, thanks for helping me and Mike. Without these guys, it would take a lot longer for me to make my mid pegs. Thank you for making my life easier.

Pillion vs Honda Rebel seat

Pillion ftw

Ain’t nothing like a solo ride after new mods