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Introduction Over the past several years I’ve reviewed a lot of jeans designed for the motorcycle rider. Most of these follow a similar formula which includes a cotton denim outer shell with an interior lining that uses a type of abrasion resistant material. Most often the abrasion resistant material is Kevlar but I’ve also seen …

Updated March, 2019 Our Top Picks Other great options:   Klim Mojave, Sedici Marco Mesh Waterproof, Joe Rocket Phoenix Ion The climate that you ride in and the type of riding that you enjoy can have a huge impact on the type of gear that will best meet your needs. For riders in a hot …

Updated March, 2019 Our Top Picks Other great options:   Dainese Antartica Gore-Tex, Rukka Stretch Air, Klim Switchback Cargo Textile bike gear is no longer just a cheap substitute for high-quality leather gear. Modern technology and the desire to create a more comfortable alternative to heavyweight leather safety gear have combined to create durable fabrics. …

Updated March, 2019 Our Top Picks Other great options:   Spidi RR Pro Wind, Spidi Evotourer, Dainese Misano Leather and other animal hides have been used to make garments since the Paleolithic period. And after over 3 million years of trials and testing, leather is still the most favored material for durable, protective and comfortable …

Updated February, 2018 Motocross riders are a unique breed who seek the thrill of competition with other riders but also the invigoration of the purely philosophical battle of man versus nature. And this internal and external battle is played out from atop a lightweight, rugged bike with knobby tires, hard shocks, and an awesome little …

Updated March, 2019 Our Top Picks Other great options:   Dainese Tivoli, Spidi J Tracker, Scorpion Covert Ultra When most people think about riding a motorcycle, there are three very distinct images that come to mind. They picture the bike, the leather jacket and the blue jeans that seem to work together like a BLT. …

Updated February, 2018 There are two main reasons that riders choose to wear a base layer when riding and both are related to the climate in which they will be riding. The most popular reason for a base layer is to fend off colder temperatures. This is a sign of a truly dedicated rider, as …