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Joe Rocket’s Alter Ego 3.0 All-Weather Riding Suit Review

Joe Rocket’s Alter Ego 3.0 All-Weather Riding Suit

Sue Salvadori
March 4, 2015

Two weeks on tour in Italy and 8,000 miles away from home, one hopes to have made the right gear choices. Big temperature variations and the occasional rain shower are best addressed with a bit of layering. Rather than taking a rainsuit, I chose to wear Joe Rocket’s Alter Ego 3.0 multi-layer all-weather... Read more »

Held Camaris/Ravero Motorcycle Suit Review

Held Camaris/Ravero Suit

Greg Drevenstedt
January 5, 2015

Held, a 60-year-old German company best known in the U.S. for its high-quality gloves, also makes motorcycle apparel and luggage. One of Held’s most unique offerings is the Camaris jacket and Ravero pants, a touring suit that combines the abrasion resistance and style of leather with the versatility... Read more »

BMW’s C.A.R.E. Motorcycle Apparel Lineup

BMW C.A.R.E. Apparel, design room

Jeff Buchanan
November 18, 2014

Behind closed doors. This is where BMW apparel is first conceived. BMW is stepping up the presence of its riding apparel and helmets with an extensive lineup for 2015. This new, aggressive stance is to draw attention to the fact that the German manufacturer doesn’t merely purchase its gear from apparel... Read more »

Aerostich Garage Sale is Nov. 29

Aerostich Garage Sale 2014

Press Release
November 13, 2014

Aerostich is having a Garage Sale, but forget the stereotype of little old ladies selling dusty tableware, chipped Mason jars and long-gone children’s items. This sale is for riders, with unbelievable deals on great motorcycle gear! Hundreds of close-outs, one-of-a-kinds, samples and catalog items... Read more »

Aerostich Darien Motorcycle Riding Suit Review

Aerostich Darien Motorcycle Riding Suit

Clement Salvadori
October 3, 2014

When I get a riding suit I look for protection against the elements, such as cold, heat and rain, but its primary purpose needs to be protection against injury during an accident. There are some awfully posh outfits that look great, but should I be tumbling down the road at 60 mph, perhaps I am less... Read more »

Aerostich Heads to Chicago Oct. 9-12

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Press Release
September 22, 2014

Aerostich will be blowing into the Windy City with all of the latest riding gear and equipment for a special Four-Day Pop-Up event on October 9-12, 2014. Meet Aerostich factory experts and see, feel and try on all of the latest Aerostich riding gear, including the all-new ‘R3′ (Roadcrafter... Read more »

Macna Oasis Motorcycle Jacket Review

Macna Oasis Motorcycle Jacket

Arden Kysely
July 7, 2014

A jacket can make or break a ride, especially a long one. Comfort, weatherproofing, cooling and body protection all come into play as the miles roll on. Months of testing the Macna Oasis jacket, which included riding with Patrick Kant, owner of the Dutch company that makes Macna clothing, gave me an... Read more »

Rev’It Sand 2 Motorcycle Suit Review

Rev’It Sand 2 Suit

Ken Aiken
June 5, 2014

If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes. While somewhat of an exaggeration, riding in the Northeast does require being prepared for rapid weather and temperature changes. Since it’s awkward packing several jackets and pants for each trip, I’ve been on a quest to discover the ultimate riding... Read more »

New Video Showcases the Bohn Bodyguard System

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Press Release
April 16, 2014

ActionStations/Bohn Armor has released a new “Explainer Video” showing in simple terms how the Bohn Bodyguard System works. The main feature of the System is it’s lightweight and discreet profile—users usually wear the pants under blue jeans—so that the slim line performance armor is... Read more »

BMW Allround Motorcycle Boots Review

BMW Allround Motorcycle Boots

Clement Salvadori
April 15, 2014

BMW Allround Motorcycle Boots Nobody should debate the importance of good footgear, whether it’s for dancing, hiking, playing tennis or riding a motorcycle. Years ago I met a rider on a chopper with a foot clutch who prided himself on riding barefoot; I can’t say I’d recommend that. If something... Read more »

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