Harley-Davidson’s 2015 technical MotorClothes line features a variety of new or upgraded apparel.
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.
The Pilot Breeze Blocker is inexpensive insulation for chilly rides.
The new generation of brake light modulators will flash when you slow, even without braking.
I’m a fan of expensive sunglasses but the more I spend on a pair, the quicker I am to destroy them.
The Bell Bullitt helmet represents classic styling with modern protection
If you’ve never owned an all-weather one-piece suit, you’re doing yourself an injustice.
In theory, I am a big believer in ATGATT, but in practice that’s just not the way it happens for me.
The Triumph Patrol Jacket is a good antidote for the run-of-the-mill bomber jacket.
Sidi’s Mag-1 boot learned lessons from the Vortice, transforming it from fussy to pleasingly effective.
For motorcycle gloves, quality materials and meticulous construction make all the difference.
What better time to test Fieldsheer’s High Temp Mesh Jacket and Pants than during a drought.
Dainese’s Super Speed Textile jacket strikes a suitable compromise between airflow and protection.
Icon’s Citadel Mesh jacket and pants offer excellent venting, keeping you cool in warm weather.
Evans tested the Icon Airmada Volare during our sport-touring shootout. Here’s what he found.
After a poor experience a decade ago, Troy Siahaan gives Scorpion a second chance and tests their new EXO-R2000.