For many Americans, the Monday after Thanksgiving means going back to work after an extended long weekend of family, Thanksgiving turkey and football. Still, even the most diligent among us manage to sneak a bit of online shopping in on what is now known as Cyber Monday.
After brick-and-mortar stores began introducing special sales on the Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, online retailers extended the concept into the following Monday with another day of deals, now known as Cyber Monday. For 2019, Cyber Monday falls on Dec. 2.
Here are some 2019 Cyber Monday deals on motorcycle gear available right now. UPDATED Dec. 2, 2019 with deals for Cyber Monday 2019. And don’t forget, many Black Friday deals are still going on.
The Bell MX-9 is a Adventure-touring-style helmet with a Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS) to reduce rotational impact energy. The polycarbonate shell comes in three sizes and offers Bell’s velocity-flow ventilation system. The helmet comes with a light-adaptive face shield, but if you want, the eye hole is designed to fit most dirt riding goggles. The peak visor is removable if you prefer a more streamlined look for street riding,
The Olympia X Moto 2 is a three-layer ADV-style jacket that comes with an integrated hydration bladder. The outer shell is a mix of 500D and 2000D Cordura with multiple vents, pockets and the zip-off backpack that holds the 2L bladder. The second layer is a rain jacket that can be worn over or under the shell with a stow-away hood and neck gaiter that fits inside the collar and under the helmet. The third layer is a full-sleeve thermal layer for additional warmth.
The skinny-fit Knox Scarlett women’s jeans are made of Cordura denim treated with a water-repellent treatment and lined with Kevlar for abrasion protection. The jeans come with externally-removable Knox CD-approved knee and hip armor.
The awkwardly-named “Bikes are in my Blood” boots from Speed and Strength offer reinforced toe and ankle inserts, a toe-shifter pad and a rigid anti-slip sole. The boots are zippered on both left and right side, making them easy to slip on and off, while the lower laces on the interior sides are covered, preventing them from catching on anything.
The Givi E36NA is a 36 liter case that can be used as either a top case or a side case. Made of a thermoplastic construction, the case has a maximum load capacity of 22 pounds.
The Cardo Bold headset comes with 40mm speakers from JBL, promising an immersive listening experience with balanced bass and crisp treble tones. The headsets are voice activated, allowing for full hands-free operation. The headsets use DMC technology to constantly re-establish its connection over a private network of up to 15 riders.
The Airmada is Icon’s mid-tier track helmet, striking a balance between performance, weight and price. Available in four polycarbonate shell sizes and five dual-density EPS liner sizes, the Airmada fits long oval heads. The helmet comes with Icon’s fog-free Optics shield which can be easily swapped thanks to a rapid release system. The chin and forehead vents are adjustable to help a rider find a comfortable temperature level.
On sale here at 37% off is the lucha libre-themed Rudos graphics
Dainese’s Street Biker Air shoe is styled to resemble a pair of high top sneakers while still providing CE Category II certified protection. The upper is made of cowhide suede, perforated to provide air flow while rigid ankle inserts and a reinforced insole help provide protection.
On sale at 33% off is the women’s version, but the male version is also on sale, but at 20% off.
The Sena SMH5FM is a Bluetooth 3.0 headset with a built-in FM tuner. That way, you have the option of listening to the radio, receiving GPS navigation from your phone or communicate with other riders wearing compatible headsets.
Sena says the SMH5FM offers eight hours of talk time and seven days of standby time, while the lithium polymer battery can get a full charge in 2.5 hours. Sena also claims an intercom range of up to 760 yards.
Extend your riding season despite the dropping temperatures with a set of heated glove warmers. These glove warmers from Firstgear are made of a 95% polyester and 5% spandex material for a close fit so they can be warn under a thicker winter riding glove. The heating system runs along the sides of the finger to keep those extremities toasty.
These liners work with Firstgear’s jacket liner, and a DC Coax Plug Y-harness is required if you don’t have one.
A folding ramp like the aluminum one here from Trackside makes loading a bike onto the back of a truck much easier. This ramp is 11 inches wide and 90 inches long, folding down to 46 inches to make it easier to store. The ramp can support a maximum weight of 750 pounds so it should be suitable for all but the most heavyweight motorcycles.