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[Review] Sena Outrush Modular Helmet

Touratech Aventuro Traveller Carbon Helmet In-Depth Review

[Review] Arai XC Open Face Helmet

REV’IT! Dirt 3 Gloves Hands-In Review

[Review] WunderLINQ by Black Box Embedded

SENA 50R & 50S [In-Depth Review]

2020 Harley Davidson LiveWire Review: Misunderstood & Underestimated

Alpinestars Andes V2 Waterproof Pants Review

The Space Between: The Isle Of Man TT

Dainese New Drake Air Textile Pants Review

Mosko Moto Pico Tank Bag V2.0 Review

Mosko Moto Navigator Cell Phone Pocket Review

Klim Krios Pro Review: Koroyd Makes It Awesome

Sedici Garda Waterproof Pants Review

Sedici Garda Waterproof Jacket Review

REAX Traveler Waterproof Pants Review

REAX Apex Pro Mesh Jacket Review

Motonation Campeon Short Leather Gloves Review

LeoVince LV One EVO Slip-On Exhaust Review

Sedici Strada II Review: A Sub-$200 Bargain

Dobermann Performance Slip-On Exhaust Review

Alpinestars SP Air Gloves Review

Volt Heat 12V Heated Jacket Liner Review

HJC F70 Full Face Helmet Review

Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant Review

Forcefield Pro Jacket X-V Review

[Review] RidePower Motorcycle Phone Charger

[In-Depth] SENA Momentum EVO Review

[Review] Volt Heat Fusion 12V/7V Dual-Source Heated Vest

[Review] Volt Heat Fusion 12V-7V Dual Source Leather MC Heated Gloves

Motorcycle Luggage Preview: Mosko Moto Reckless 80L v3.0 Revolver

Domio Moto Helmet Audio: Can You Hear Me Now?

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Sena provided this helmet at no-cost for the purposes of this review. Thank you, Sena! Introduction In heading towards the fall season and with (hopefully) the worst of the heat and humidity behind us, but in coping with our COVID-19 environment, our motorcycling activities are ramping back up (not that they stopped) to take advantage …

The Enigmatic Touratech Aventuro Traveller Carbon Jay Leno has a magnificent chin on him. I’ve often wondered if it puts any strain on his neck muscles or affects his posture. Just for the record, I’m a big fan of Jay and don’t mean anything derogatory with this observation. I only mention it because after wearing …

Note: Arai North America kindly provided the XC for the purposes of this review Introduction Arai has long been known for its high-end class-leading helmets. After reading Jim Pruner’s recent article titled Arai Is The Helmet To Buy (it may be long, but is well worth the read), I was intrigued to try out an …

Introduction Earlier this year I took a look at the Alpinestars SP Air gloves as an option for a protective hot-weather glove and they provided a good balance of protection versus ventilation. However, they had some other issues that kept me looking for another summer glove option. 2020 has not only been a year of …

Introduction Around May of 2018, a thread under the ADVrider Forums/Gear/Vendors regarding a Kickstarter campaign for a new CANbus interface device using a smartphone as the controller caught my eye but, I admittedly didn’t follow up at the time. Zoom forward to late last year…in revisiting a longish list of things to pursue as product …

Introduction In retrospect, I guess the title for this review should have been used for Sena Momentum EVO posting, but it fits here just as well. Sena continues moving forward with some speed, what I call a ‘bit of a tear’, evidenced by the release of these Series 50 systems – the 50R and 50S …

Co-Written by Jim Pruner and Greg Phillips The First Electric Harley Davidson Was Born in 2019 If you can name a more controversial motorcycle than the Harley Davidson LiveWire I would be shocked. Mention it on any social media platform and prepare to read dozens of strong opinions with most of them being on the …

There’s a turn of phrase in Ireland which is used as a withering put-down for people who are struggling to disguise the fact that their feet are not attached to terra-firma. I’m pretty sure I could apply it to my Alpinestars Andes II trousers. As someone who used to slip on waterproof overtrousers above my …

Motorcycle racing has existed since the very first engine was mounted to the very first frame and connected to the very first rear wheel in a “motor-bicycle.” Rough road courses were drawn up, and those early first pioneers would set out on timed runs. They were not, in the beginning, racing each other. They were …

At the time of this writing, the first official day of Summer is only a couple of weeks away. As such, it’s time to start breaking out the hot weather riding gear. A lot of riders will be reaching for riding gear that includes mesh fabrics in the construction. I’m one of those riders and …

Introduction Finally, my first opportunity to do a formal Mosko Moto product review for wBW… it’s been a long time coming. The situation is somewhat of my own making, in having one or two earlier Mosko Moto products pass through as travel loans or for short term viewing, without having done anything formally. My interest …

Introduction This review of the Mosko Moto Navigator Cell Phone Pocket or just ‘Navigator Pocket’ is the second of two Mosko Moto products provided and a companion piece to the just submitted Mosko Moto Pico Tank Bag (V2.0) review. As stated in the Pico review, my interest in Mosko Moto products is two-fold: anything new …

Redemption? Or More Pain? Last year I reviewed the Klim K1R Raw Karbon helmet and although I liked many things about it, the fatal flaw was how loud it was to wear on the highway. Brutally loud, in fact. After touring the Klim HQ in Rigby, Idaho last September while I was down there enjoying …

Several years ago RevZilla and Cycle Gear (and now J&P Cycles) merged under COMOTO Holdings. This has allowed RevZilla’s team of designers to completely redesign the house brands and address a lot of the issues from previous generations. Sedici is one of these in-house brands, and the Garda Pants is one of the results of …

Several years ago RevZilla and Cycle Gear (and now J&P Cycles) merged under COMOTO Holdings. This has allowed RevZilla’s team of designers to be involved in the redesign of the house brands and address a lot of the issues from previous generations. Sedici is one of these in house brands, and the Garda Jacket is …

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