You may have a motorcycle in your garage, but you’d be foolish to go riding without proper motorcycle gear. If you’re not sure what to buy, read some of our reviews and features on the latest and greatest helmets from top brands like Shoei, HJC and Arai and jackets, pants and gloves from companies like Alpinestars, Dainese and Icon.
Rev’It’s Oxygen Shirt and Pants aim to move moisture away from the rider’s body for a cooler, more pleasant ride.
Long after I quit this gig, and assuming I don’t gain 40 pounds, this jacket will remain a garment in my moto closet
Top shelf riding jeans from Alpinestars
A sporty riding shoe at a reasonable price.
European riders are probably more familiar with the Swiss manufacturer iXS Motorcycle Fashion Apparel than those in the American market.
Bell has got four new Star helmets: Pro Star, custom-fit Star Carbon, Race
The Apex Pro Glove is a vented shorty glove that is perfect for three of the four SoCal seasons
Retro-mod is the word of the day, and Roland Sands Designs can do functional retro-mod moto-clothing like nobody’s business.
Riders who prefer wearing tinted shields on their helmets instead of sunglasses tucked inside them are painfully aware of the conundrum: How do we handle
Shoei has developed its Shoei Personal Fitting System to allow riders to experience the luxury of having a helmet custom-fit to their noggins.
The Rev’It Regent H2Os are the first boots in my 20 years of testing gear that have made the transition to becoming part of my everyday streetwear.
Bates Adrenaline boots are, unequivocally, the most comfortable riding boots I’ve ever owned
Intelligent Cranium Helmets is developing a prototype helmet with more electronic functionality than any other smart helmet available or imagined
Retailing for $1,099.95, the Dainese Veloster one-piece perforated suit is an affordable alternative to the more expensive