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Aerostich AD1 Riding Pants Review

Aerostich AD1 Riding Pants

Jerry Smith
September 10, 2013

Years ago, when I got my first set of custom-made racing leathers, the first time I put them on I thought something was terribly wrong. The arms were too long, the seat hung down like a full diaper, I could barely stand up straight––they just didn’t fit. The tailor listened patiently to me freaking... Read more »

Harley-Davidson Genuine MotorClothes Hi-Vis Rain Suit Review

Harley-Davidson Genuine MotorClothes Hi-Vis Rain Suit

Scott A. Williams
September 3, 2013

Riders need to stand out, especially when visibility is reduced—and stand out you will in a Harley-Davidson Genuine MotorClothes Hi-Vis Rain Suit. It is available in orange or yellow, although the orange somehow seems a better complement to the huge, reflective Harley logo across the back. There’s... Read more »

Qwi Nerve Protector Motorcycle Gloves Review

Full Finger Spandex Top Gloves

James Parchman
July 8, 2013

Most motorcyclists have, at random times and for unexplained reasons, experienced periods of hand numbness while riding. We usually shake it out and carry on. This product is designed to alleviate the tingling that can disrupt and bring an early end to an otherwise enjoyable riding day. Having spent... Read more »

Mobile Warming Softshell Motorcycle Jacket Review

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Greg Drevenstedt
July 2, 2013

One of the best ways to start the riding season earlier in spring and extend it later into autumn is heated grips, seats, jacket/pants liners and gloves, even socks! As wonderful as heated gear is, most of it doesn’t work unless you’re on the bike or tethered to it by a black electrical wire. Mobile... Read more »

Joe Rocket Alter Ego Motorcycle Jacket and Pants Review

Complete Joe Rocket Alter Ego ensemble shown, with waterproof outer shell over FreeAir mesh jacket with fleece vest liner, and outer panel zipped onto pants to cover mesh.

Greg Drevenstedt
June 6, 2013

Ventura County, California, home to Rider’s editorial office and some of our favorite test roads, is the perfect environment for testing Joe Rocket’s Alter Ego jacket/pants ensemble. In the springtime, mornings in Ventura are cold and sometimes blanketed with dense fog. The marine layer usually burns... Read more »

Racer Feeling Motorcycle Gloves Review

Feeling low

Mark Tuttle
April 16, 2013

When I started riding street bikes with my friends at the tender age of 16, there wasn’t a lot of specialized apparel around. Fortunately we just didn’t know how miserable we were because of it, since work boots, jeans, jean jackets and leather work gloves seemed fine for all of the fun we were having.... Read more »

TKD Motorcycle Jeans Review

TKD Jeans

Ken Aiken
April 3, 2013

TKD stands for Tough Kevlar Denim. These Kevlar-lined pants are handmade in Australia and feature the world’s first removable protection system for denim jeans. How do they compare with other riding jeans that are on the market? Exceptionally well, it turns out. TKD jeans first caught my attention... Read more »

Adaptiv Technologies Glowrider Motorcycle Jacket Review

Adaptiv Technologies Glowrider Jacket

Ken Aiken
March 7, 2013

It’s wonderful to be seen on a motorcycle—especially at night. The Glowrider Jacket goes beyond passive reflective material to make riders more visible in low-light situations. Wearing gear with strips of highly reflective material is critically important, but Adpativ Technologies takes this one... Read more »

Aerostich Falstaff Motorcycle Jacket and Pants Review

Aerostich Falstaff Jacket and Pants

Clement Salvadori
March 7, 2013

Aerostich has been around for more than 30 years and is definitely an innovator. Back in 1986, I tested its two-piece Roadcrafter suit, which was a very forward-thinking design made of Gore-Tex and Cordura nylon that is still being made. Recently, the company has gone retro-innovation with a Falstaff... Read more »

River Road Guardian Motorcycle Boots Review

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Arden Kysely
January 3, 2013

Wearing boots on a bike is a no-brainer, but there are times you don’t want a few pounds of leather and rubber hanging from each hoof. Like when you want to tootle into town, then take in the scene on foot. OK, you could ride in your favorite low tops and sacrifice your feet in a get-off, but you’re... Read more »

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