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Denali Cansmart Controller + D4 / B6 Lights Installation & Video Review

[REVIEW] The Quin Quest Smart Helmet

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[REVIEW] Bell Bullitt Helmet

[Review] Bridgestone Battlax AdventureCross AX41 Tires

[Review] Sena SPIDER ST1 & RT1 Mesh Systems

[Review] REV’IT! Kryptonite 2 GTX Gloves

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[REVIEW] REV’IT! Tornado 3 Mesh Over-Pants

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[REVIEW] Rev’It! Quantum 2 Gloves

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Introduction For over two decades whenever I think of Scorpion helmets I think of the phrase “bang for the buck” and the company has done a great job of perpetuating that idea over the years. My own “daily driver” helmet has been their EXO-ST1400 helmet I reviewed here over two and half years ago. That …

Rider Background I’ve been looking for a modular helmet for quite some time now. Over the years, I’ve often leaned towards a full-faced sports helmet but circumstances have changed since adding a Triumph Tiger 1200 to my stable, and I found myself wanting something a little more touring-focused. As luck would have it, the good …

Introducing the Insta360 One X2 Camera Over the past few years, action cameras have come way down in price and steadily up in quality. These small cameras are great for motorcyclists who want to capture their rides. Most of the cameras are limited of course to showing just the one view in which you have …

When Frank Palmer approached me about reading his book Wow! What A Ride! I thought I knew what to expect. It would be a compilation of stories that span his riding experience. And always eager to learn about how others enjoy life or two, or three, wheels, I accepted. The book arrived shortly, and my …

Adding lights and other electrical devices to your bike can give you a lot of additional capabilities, but it can also be a headache—not to mention, a liability—to mess with the wiring loom on your bike. Fortunately, certain devices can allow you to add these accessories without ever going near those complex systems. The Denali Cansmart …

Quin-tessential? Not Quite Yet The Quest is Dallas, TX-based Quintessential Designs first attempt at building and selling an adventure helmet. They aimed ambitiously high by choosing to build it as a carbon fiber, modular helmet equipped with an automatic SOS distress beacon and integrated Bluetooth electronics. It seems to me they bit off more than …

Introduction to the Race-R Pro GP Spoiler Lorenzo Winter Test Edition Helmet Shark’s Race-R Pro helmet has evolved a lot since its introduction in 2011 as aerodynamic design and newly available tech have moved forward. One thing that hasn’t changed is the mission of the Race-R Pro series which is to provide world-class protection and …

As we riders know, helmets can range anywhere from $100 for a bargain basement product that offers just enough to protect you and not much else, all the way up to $2,000+ MotoGP and WorldSBK replica helmets that bring the technology of the track to your head. It is a difficult decision, and one of …

Let’s get this out of the way now: I’m seated firmly on the retro helmet bandwagon. Visually, they seem more at home on my dome than the likes of most other helmets out there. Take a look at the back wall of any motorcycle gear shop and you’ll see what I mean. 90% or more …

Photo via Bridgestone. Here For a Good Time, Not a Long Time: Bridgestone Battlax AdventureCross AX41 Tires I’m bravely wading into hot water with another wBW tire review. After previously testing the Michelin Road 5 and Motoz Tractionator Adventure tires for the site, this time it’s Bridgestone’s Battlax AdventureCross AX41 tires on the sacrificial block …

Yikes, here we are, already riding in Fall 2021—although the extended trips and long distance-based adventuring opportunities are destined, it seems, to remain on the longer-term planner for now (c’est la vie). But many enthusiasts in other parts of North America and around the world are in motion, and as they continue to document and …

REV’IT! Kryptonite 2 GTX Gloves: Aesthetic & Styling REV’IT! is headquartered in Oss Netherlands, a country well known for its love of two-wheel transportation, but not a country that leaps to mind when I think of high fashion or style. Based on that logic, it totally makes sense why the Kryptonite 2 GTX gloves strike …

REV’IT! Echo Gloves: Dark-Themed Urban Looks Modern riding gear is making it easier than ever to find a style to match your aesthetic without any sacrifices in protection. The REV’IT! Echo gloves keep it classy and straightforward, being all black and soft goat leather. I like the gloss black aluminum plate surrounding the dual-comp knuckle …

There are plenty of warm-weather short cuff motorcycle gloves out there, but the REV’IT Sand 4 Gloves make a pretty strong case for picking them over the competition. These gloves combine protection with ventilation in an exciting-looking package that will likely appeal to adventure and street riders alike. I got my hands on (and in) …

Despite the love I have for my REV’IT! Arc Air mesh jacket, I soon learned through the month of July that even a “warm weather” jacket could get suffocatingly hot when a heatwave decides to arrive. It was just through sheer timing, then, that REV’IT! asked webBikeWorld if there was anything out of their recent …



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