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.
Firstgear’s electric apparel inside a Firstgear Thermosuit is all that’s needed to combat inclement weather.
With the introduction of the Cavalry half-helmet Sena is embarking on the most obvious next step in the company’s evolution – integrating its communication technology with its own proprietary helmets
The Dunlop Sportmax Q3+ claims 20 to 30% more longevity than its predecessor the Sportmax Q3.
The Spidi 4Season H2Out Suit offers a smart selection of features in this modular riding garment.
The Aerostich Kanetsu Airvantage Electric Vest uses an air bladder as an insulating layer and for more efficient transfer of warmth to the rider’s torso.
The Black Brand Mantra Jacket is made of luxurious sheep leather with feminine styling and a hint of badassness and very minimal branding.
If you require shelter from the wet and cold, Firstgear’s Thermosuit literally has you covered.
Flying Eyes ComfortStyle sunglasses are lightweight and fit comfortably inside a helmet without needing a large noise-leaking gap in the padding.
As you probably know, taking pictures on motorcycles is part of the job as a moto-journalist. Being the narcissistic type we are, we moto-reviewers typically
John Burns drew the short straw to test the $250 First Classics Enduro jacket. And he’s glad he did.
The Alpinestars Copper Denim Pants look good on and off your bike while providing abrasion resistance in major contact points and CE-certified protection for the knees.
A few months ago complaints began to filter down that somebody was wearing the same old modular helmet in every dang photo shoot I was in. Action needed to be taken,
Even though cargo shorts faded from acceptable summer style years ago, I continue wearing them.
Of the usual spiel targeted at cruiser riders about being independent and a maverick, riding apparel company Black Brand might have