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TCX X-Desert Boots Review

TCX X-Desert Boots

Greg Drevenstedt
March 28, 2014

With the performance, technology and comfort of today’s adventure touring motorcycles, one bike really can do it all. Load up the panniers and trunk with a week’s worth of gear, then head off on a two-up tour with your spouse. Spoon on a set of knobbies, pack the camping gear and head into the national... Read more »

Cycle Gear Freeze-Out Base Layers Review

Ninja-ready Cycle Gear Freeze-Out base layers: balaclava, long sleeve top, long johns, and glove/boot liners.

Greg Drevenstedt
March 14, 2014

Cycle Gear Freeze-Out base layers from head to toe: balaclava, long sleeve top, glove liners, long johns and boot liners. Perfect for cold-weather riding or ninja training. According to the National Weather Service’s windchill calculator, at an ambient temperature of 45 degrees Fahrenheit and a wind... Read more »

Nelson-Rigg AS-3000 Aston 2-piece Rainsuit Review

Feeling dry and toasty post-deluge wearing Nelson-Rigg's AS-3000 Aston 2-piece Rainsuit.

Greg Drevenstedt
December 19, 2013

It doesn’t rain much here in Southern California, which can be both a blessing (humidity who? mosquitos?) and a curse (um…I’m thinking). Being American by birth, Southern by the grace of God, since transplanting to the Left Coast I’ve come to miss the dramatic beauty of thunderstorms and grass... Read more »

Cycle Gear Opens Store in Indianapolis

Cycle Gear Indianapolis

Press Release
September 16, 2013

Cycle Gear Inc., a retailer of motorcycle apparel and accessories, has opened its first store in Indiana. The new location is now open and located at 6024 E82nd Street in Indianapolis, Indiana, near the Castleton Square Mall. There will be a special grand opening celebration from September 20-22, 2013,... Read more »

BMW Motorrad and Dainese Partner to Develop Motorcycle Safety Clothing

The DoubleR RaceAir one-piece leather suit is being designed exclusively for use on racetracks.

Rider Magazine Staff
July 22, 2013

BMW Motorrad and Dainese recently announced that they will be working together to develop motorcycle safety clothing for BMW Motorrad that includes the Dainese D-Air Protect System with fully integrated inflatable protectors. The first product, the DoubleR RaceAir one-piece leather suit with D-Air racing... Read more »

Joe Rocket Ballistic Jacket and Pants Review

The Joe Rocket Ballistic Jacket and Pants.

Greg Drevenstedt
March 1, 2012

Ballistic nylon, a thick, tough fabric developed by DuPont for flak jackets worn by World War II airmen, was named for its intended function, to protect the wearer from the shrapnel caused by ballistic bodies (bullets, artillery shells) ripping through airplane fuselages. Ballistic nylon gets its strength... Read more »

Oakley Split Jacket Transitions SolFX Sunglasses Review

Oakley Split Jacket Sunlasses

Rider Magazine
November 17, 2011

To wear, or not to wear, that is the question. Sunglasses or not? According to research by N3L Optics, 79% of motorcyclists wear sunglasses when outdoors, so presumably lots of us wear them while riding. Sunglasses serve the obvious function of reducing bright light and glare, but they also protect peepers... Read more »

Treds Motorcycle Boot Covers

Treds

Press Release
November 10, 2011

RUBBER DUCKIES. Veterans of cold, slushy climates are all-too familiar with galoshes, rubber overshoes that keep shoes from getting muddy or wet. If you or someone you love has motorcycle boots that aren’t waterproof, try Treds rubber boot covers ($36.95-$41.95). They’re 12 inches tall, slide... Read more »

Cortech Piuma Jacket Review

Cortech Piuma Jacket

Rider Magazine
September 14, 2011

[This Cortech Piuma Jacket gear review was originally published in the July 2011 issue of Rider magazine] Piuma Road, extending a mere 6.5 miles from end to end, from its junction with Malibu Canyon Road until it merges with Rambla Pacifico Street, is one of the most celebrated motorcycling roads in... Read more »

Roadgear Xcaliber Jacket and Pants Review

Roadgear Xcaliber Jacket and Pants

Rider Magazine
September 8, 2011

[This Roadgear Xcaliber Jacket and Pants gear review was originally published in the May 2011 issue of Rider] The origin of Roadgear is a tale of the American Dream. Man leads hectic life as a big-city banker. Overworked and frustrated, he embarks on an 8,000-mile solo motorcycle journey to overcome... Read more »

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