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Ryan Reynolds gifted stunning Wrexham motorcycle helmet for birthday

23 Oct 2023 2 minute read
Ryan Reynolds’ bespoke Wrexham motorcycle helmet

What do you give the man that seemingly has everything?

Well, for a start if you are the motorcycle riding co-chairman of a League Two football club in Wales, how about a one-off bespoke designed motorcycle helmet in club colours with a club crest inside.

Well, that’s exactly what the Hollywood star received for his 47th birthday from London-based motorcycle helmet brand Hedon who create handcrafted luxury retro-inspired helmets.

Understandably, the actor was thrilled with his stunning helmet, which features the club colours on the helmet’s exterior and a Wrexham crest inside.

Ryan Reynolds’ Instagram post

He took to Instagram to show off his gift and wrote: “Holy hell. Thank you @Hedonworkshop for making the most incredible custom Wrexham helmet. It feels like my mom is hugging my entire head while apologising for making me mow the lawn during that heatwave when I was nine. You guys have outdone yourselves!!!”

It’s been quite day for the star who was gifted a community park in Wrexham in his honour by club co-owner Rob McElhenney, who in time honoured tradition recorded a hilarious video to unveil a gift that will not only benefit the club’s fans but the whole of Wrexham.

McElhenney teamed up with fellow acting star Chris Pratt to help unveil the extraordinary gift.

Happy birthday Ryan!


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Mab Meirion
Mab Meirion
6 months ago

The Club should club together and get the Surfrajettes to record a surfed up rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’

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