I keep mine under my buckenhat.
Yes, wearing a hat is passé, and wearing a hat and riding a motorcycle are mutually exclusive.
But I grew up in a small western town where men wore hats and sheep ran scared. Boys wore hats, too, and were taught proper hat wearing etiquette. If you had your hat on your head when you weren't supposed to, some caring adult would knock it off. If you didn't doff it when you were supposed to, some caring adult would knock it off. If you didn't put it up right when you got home, some caring adult would sit on it.
Even growing up in a western hat culture, I've never been a cowboy hat type. Too much hat for too little a man, I guess. Can't carry it off.
Here's my go-to hat for the past 20 years or so:
I can't even remember the brand; all the labels got washed out a long time ago. It's canvas and a great work and fishing hat.
This is my next-in-line and the one I wear when I need to look decent:
It's a Stetson Chatham that I can't leave home without.
This one has a bit of a story:
Back in 1979 I bought it (a Resistol Stagecoach) at Circle B Western because I thought I needed a cowboy hat. I never wore the thing because the only thing I liked about it was the color. I still don't know why I bought it, as I knew then that I wasn't the western hat type. I guess I thought that it would go with the cowboy boots and Levi jacket that made up my riding gear. That was truly ATTGAT; really did wear it all the time.
It looked like this:
I mean, come on, you gotta be Richard Petty
(<yes, click that link) to carry that thing off. A while back I decided to change it up a bit and see if I could make something out of it that I'd wear. I still haven't finished it; it needs a bit of refinement in the shape (the rear brim needs to come up a bit to match with the tall crown, it needs a stronger pinch, and the brim transition needs to come back to the midline of the crown) and I need to get a fairly wide grosgrain band on it to truly finish it:
So, then, what's on your head?