Summertime is motorcycle time, and that means wearing a helmet in blazing hot weather. You can only go so long before you have to pull over, peel off your lid, and cool your dome. Steve Feher of Feher Helmets has a solution — an air conditioning unit in a helmet that weighs just over three pounds. Steve invented the patented seat cooling system used in cars from Rolls-Royce and Lexus, so he definitely knows a few things about AC. The helmet uses a small thermo-electric pump connected via a breakaway cable that cools the air by 10 to 15 degrees and circulates it all around your head. Summer riding and staying safe weren't always a good pair until now.