Years ago, I found a great way to mount a Planet Bike Superflash (PBSF) to the Giro helmet I wear. By clipping the safety light to the back bottom piece on the helmet, it proved effective visibility because it was mounted high enough where almost no motorist could miss noticing it. This also helped for brief times when I had to either turn my head or dismount.
Years went by and I had to replace the helmet. While shopping for a new one, I noticed that helmets currently made by both Giro and Bell didn't have a place where I could convieniently clip my PBSF anymore. I eventually settled on the Giro Atlas II (see www.giro.com )as it fit best and for my other bicycling needs.
However, the issue of finding an effective way of mounting the PBSF to my current helmet still isn't resolved. At this point, I need to know if there are any home-made means of securing the safety light WITHOUT ruining the helmet.
I welcome any and all recommendations you may have. Thank You.