The helmet, which measures 11.5 inches by 8.3 inches and weighs 4.7 pounds, has a built-in microphone to help riders hear what the rider is saying, along with a camera for recording video.
The helmet, called the Bumblebee, is a little more than an ordinary helmet.
It is designed to be worn over the shoulders.
It weighs a total of 8.5 pounds.
The helmet comes in three colors, red, white and green.
The black helmet costs $499, while the orange helmet costs an extra $350.
In an interview, a company representative said the company had no comment about the lawsuit.
The Bumblebees helmet comes with a 3-year warranty, according to the company website.
The helmets are made in Japan, which is where a similar helmet with a microphone would be made, said Toshiya Kohno, a motorcycle safety researcher and an associate professor at the Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Tokyo.
The helmets are also sold in the United States by the company’s parent company, Yamaha, which makes motorcycle helmets.
The company has sold millions of helmets in Japan and elsewhere, including in the U.S. and Europe, Kohna said.
The U.K. government issued a warning to riders in June about the helmet’s design and potential safety risks, including the possibility of a fall.