This Week's Motorcycle Gear Deals
Don’t just sit there, stimulate the economy!
–We’re constantly on the look for great deals on motorcycle gear. We’ll be updating this post each week with the latest sales on gear and accessories, so keep checking here for new deals.
HEY! Did you know you could help support us MOrons by buying stuff at Revzilla? It’s true. Whenever you click on over there after seeing a thing here, we get a piece of the pie. It’s a win/win situation – especially when the thing is on sale. You get a deal on what you needed anyway. We get to keep eating. Here are a few of this week’s retail therapy opportunities.
AGV K6 Helmet
AGV aims to meet various motorcycle helmet requirements by incorporating key features from both sport and touring helmets into the AGV K6 Helmet. The helmet's shell is constructed using a combination of carbon and aramid fibers to provide reliable protection and reduce its overall weight. Its adaptable design is characterized by its aerodynamic shape, which performs well in various riding positions. Furthermore, the availability of four different shell sizes ensures a wide range of sizes to accommodate different head circumferences and shapes. The moisture-wicking liners efficiently absorb sweat, enhancing comfort during extended rides. The AGV K6 Helmet represents the culmination of AGV's road helmet technology, offering a versatile solution suitable for all riders.
Shoei RF-SR Helmet
The Shoei RF-SR Helmet prioritizes a quiet and comfortable riding experience through various design elements. Its CWR-1 shield employs a constant tension sprung hinge design, effectively minimizing wind ingress by securely holding it against the eyeport. The helmet's exterior shell is wind tunnel optimized and crafted in multiple sizes, ensuring a compact outer profile, which directly reduces turbulence, neck strain, and overall weight. Additionally, the padded liner features interchangeable elements, allowing for personalized adjustments to achieve an ideal fit. Handmade in Japan to exacting standards, each RF-SR surpasses both DOT and SNELL M2020 safety certifications.
Schuberth E1 Adventure Helmet
The Schuberth E1 Helmet is tailored for adventure riders, specifically designed to excel off-road. Developed in Schuberth's exclusive aeroacoustics lab, the E1 boasts optimized aerodynamic and aeroacoustic performance. Ensuring stability, the Anti-Roll-Off System keeps the helmet secure, while the inner lining, removable and washable, allows riders to maintain cleanliness between trips.
An innovative feature is the fully articulating peak visor, adjustable to three positions independently from the face shield and chin bar. Riders have the flexibility to wear the E1 with both the face shield and peak intact or remove either piece as desired. The helmet also incorporates a closable air vent in the chin bar for increased airflow during intense rides. Additionally, a removable and washable filter assists in purifying the air in dusty conditions.
Equipped with a built-in antenna for Schuberth's SRC-System PRO, the E1 utilizes cutting-edge Cardo communication technology. The Bluetooth SRC-System functions as an intercom, enabling communication with fellow riders and connectivity to GPS units, MP3 players, or mobile phones for navigation, music, or calls.
Shoei RF-1400 Helmet
High-quality craftsmanship, a sleek design, and a commitment to comfort and safety define the latest release from Shoei, the RF-1400. As a longstanding favorite in the motorcycle community since its debut in 1984, the RF series has undergone continuous research and development. This dedication has resulted in advancements in safety, design, comfort, noise reduction, and overall product quality—attributes that Shoei takes pride in delivering.
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