If the inventor's investors want to protect him, keeping him off of a motorcycle should be the last of their concerns. They need to get him out of the middle east. Park his butt in Nevada and let him go at it.
On those really hot days when I pull into a gas station they always have a comment. "Hot enough for you in that ski suit?" I just smile and say, "it's air-conditioned." They ask, "Air-conditioned? Really???" "Oh yeah!" I say, "It's got this evaporative cooling system that works wonders on days like these!"
Some people smile at that point while others turn away whispering to themselves, "What'll they think of next?!?"
It's amazing how comfortable a wet shirt can be with all the vents open.
I wonder if it uses piezo-electric cooling. Doesn't add up though - I thought those units only had a very limited output. If it's evaporative cooling then I'm not going to prepare myself for being overwhelmingly impressed.
Actually, this may be in the real of the possible.
As I understand it, the Army developed a portable cooled helmet that was very effective and light. There problem was that the rest of the body overheated, and the wearer still felt cool. I do not know what further developments have been made.