When it comes to premium protective gear, don’t discount Japanese brands like RS Taichi.
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.
When you wear a modern full-face helmet you are warmer and safer but nobody can see you or your beard.
Until now motorcycle gloves have had a single function: protection. BearTek is changing that.
The Shoei RF-1200 is a premium helmet that doesn’t disappoint.
If cruising around the town is the goal and it’s chilly outside, the Rev’it Brera jacket is the one I’m grabbing.
The Warm Up is a far cry from a racing glove, but it is the least expensive glove in the entire Racer catalog.
The Alpinestars Andes Drystar jacket and pants offer exceptional styling and features at a reasonable price point.
Considering the IS-17’s comfort and available features we feel it’s a good helmet in a sea of helmets, but it’s a great helmet for the price.
The Classic ’92 jacket from Joe Rocket hits that sweet spot between high-end quality and bargain pricing.
For those who can or simply want to afford the custom Bell Star, it’s certainly worth the price of admission.
Not every rider wants a graphics-laden, logo-ridden motorcycle helmet. Enter the Biltwell Bonanza.
Shoei updates its best-selling RF-1100 helmet with the all-new RF-1200, offering a compact, more aerodynamic shape.
The STX RR brace is a step in the right direction for the road racing community.
This ain’t no pretentious, logo-ridden, look-at-me fashion statement. The RSD Enzo Jacket is simple and sharp.
The special “Graffiti” HJC RPHA 10 helmet Jorge Lorenzo wore during his win at Catalunya earlier this year is now for sale.