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[Review] Viking Bags “Street” Motorcycle Backpack

Motoz Tractionator Adventure Tires: Traction & Longevity

A Revolutionary Noise Canceling Helmet: Alvin Halfaker’s Quiet Ride Helmet

[Review] Royal Enfield INT650 Is Surprisingly Great!

SENA 10C Pro Review: Making Things Easy

Arai Corsair-X Helmet Review: Revisiting in Style

Matrix Alpha Streetfighter Helmet Review: New & Improved

Oxford Women’s Super Jeggings Review: Protection & Style

EJEAS Quick 20 Bluetooth Helmet System Review

INNOVV C5 Helmet Camera Kit: Versatility Realized

Sena Momentum Pro Helmet Review: Multi-Featured Power

LS2 VERSO Mobile Helmet Review: Three-Quarters Great

A Primer on Smart Helmets: Where We Stand Today & Where We’re Going

The Alter Ego 14.0 Adaptive Jacket System Delivers

Bikecomm BK-T1 Bluetooth Headset

UClear AMP Go BT System Review: Performance Driven

RST Pro Series Adventure 3 Textile Jacket Review

Feynlab Ceramic Coating Is So Fine

SCHUBERTH M1 PRO + SC1M: Modern Open Face & Integrated Electronics

DEPSTECH WF028 Wi-Fi Endoscope Camera Review

REV’IT! Gravel OutDry Boots Review: Wear, Dirty, & Appreciate ‘Em

TCX Vibe Air Boots Review: A Pleasant Surprise

Lexin FT4 Bluetooth Comms & RAM® Mounts X-Grip Combo Review

SENA +Mesh Adapter Review: A SENA BT System ‘Party-Line’

Five RS4 Gloves: Versatility Realized

The Forcefield Sport Suit X-V: One Piece Protection & Comfort

Simpson Outlaw Bandit Review: An In Your Face Full Face

UClear Motion 6 & Infinity Communicator Series: Part 2

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If you’ve got $75 burning a hole in your pocket, and you’re tired of wearing “regular” backpacks to cart your laptop around while you’re riding, it’s hard not to look at this affordable backpack from Viking Bags and not feel tempted. After all, the spec sheet showcases all the right stuff: a lightweight bag (just …

Mean-Looking, Ground-Shredding, & Long-Lasting Tires: The Great Debate If you want to lose friends and start arguments on social media the quickest way to do it is to ask: “What tires should I run on my motorcycle?” A close second would be asking about engine oil. The verbal bloodbath that inevitably will follow can cause …

Alvin Halfaker, the founder of Quiet Ride Helmets, is a man on a mission, a man obsessed by noise, specifically the harmful noise that riders all over the world experience every single time they get on a bike. It’s the wind, the sound of the tires on the pavement, the engine, and the engines and …

Introduction If that video from Royal Enfield isn’t enough to make you want to ride these bikes, I’m afraid the motorcycle rider part of your soul must be dead. The only way to resurrect it is to take one of these retro-styled bikes from India out for a few hours of unbridled two-wheeled therapy. AimExpo …

First Impressions I’ve been trying to find a way to reliably shoot sharp videos with clear sound while out testing motorcycles since I started writing for wBW a couple of years ago. I haven’t been able to decide which equipment I needed to do it. Last year I gambled on a GoPro Hero 6 thinking …

Introduction Regular readers of webBikeWorld reviews might be thinking, “they already reviewed the Corsair-X a while ago”, and those readers would be correct. wBW founder and editor Rick Korchak reviewed the Corsair-X back in November of 2015. Now nearly four years later we have a Corsair-X back in our leather gloved hands for a look …

A Return to the Matrix I was very eager to get my hands on the new and improved version of the Matrix Alpha Streetfighter helmet after reviewing the first model. As most readers know, there was some controversy around my original review, which sparked a rebuttal from the management at Matrix Helmet. But I can …

Background When I first started riding there was absolutely no motorcycle clothing dedicated to women riders. Even just 10 years ago women’s motorcycle pants were still difficult to find and those that were available tended to make your backside look like the Stay-Puff marshmallow man. Although we still have less than a third the choices …

Introduction Technology in all forms, with a particular bent for communications, especially wireless forms, along with motorcycling are life-long passions that haven’t been diminished by time. As such the opportunity to review another new or unknown Bluetooth helmet system is never one to be missed. Which brings us to the EJEAS Quick 20 opportunity. I …

Introduction The INNOVV C5 Helmet Camera wasn’t unexpected really, in that it is a logical adaptation of the rugged versatile INNOVV C5 Moto-CAM reviewed late 2017 – two of which continue to cope with the ups and downs of adventure-oriented/off-road activities. It does make for a bit of déjà vu though, in that one of …

Sena Gains (a) Momentum Anything to do with technology, motorcycling, and relatedly safety education and training gets my utmost attention – always has, always will. So, when Sena announced the first Momentum helmet in 2017, it got flagged, and Sena’s evolution of this product has been followed with interest. Quite incidentally, in jumping into a …

Introduction In seeking a replacement for a well-aged Bell Mag 9 Sena (less the Sena) three-quarter helmet that was used primarily to testing Bluetooth systems, we were on the lookout for something similar but with some updated features and a better build. And in checking the wBW review listings, coverage of LS2 products has indeed …

Motorcycle technology continues to change and innovate – and so does gear technology, specifically helmets. Modern helmets are safer, more comfortable, easier to use and enjoy, and more versatile than ever before, but there are more innovations coming. Enter the smart helmet. Okay, so the idea of a smart helmet has been around a while, …

First Impressions A Niche Filled Getting stuck without suitable riding gear when encountering challenging riding conditions can be uncomfortable, even painful or dangerous. Anyone who’s spent any serious time in the saddle can relate and share an experience or two illustrating this. Many manufacturers will tell you they can build convertible gear to meet a …

Introduction webBikeWorld has been evaluating Bikecomm products since around late 2010/2011, in having reviewed the early Bikecomm hybrid wired/wireless BK-01 and BK02 systems and later on, the standalone HOLA BT systems. Some of them are still here in plastic storage containers and a couple of them get charged up and used now and then. Especially …



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