- Keep cool this season wearing a known favorite, our choice for best summer motorcycle jacket. Sturdy, vented material makes hot weather riding a breeze.
Armor, Ridewear And Travel Attire
Wearing the right clothing while riding a motorcycle is hugely important. Protection, feature functionality and visual appeal are all worthwhile priorities.
- Finding hot weather motorcycle riding gear is all about ventilation and protective armor. I prefer attire that offers the best of both worlds.
- When inclement weather appears, we need motorcycle rain gear that's up to the task. Bilt's Tornado one piece motorcycle rain suit is ready for the storm.
- My Tourmaster motorcycle boots are still holding strong after 35k miles (and counting). They're perfect for assertive riding styles such as sport touring.
- Unlike other DOT motorcycle helmets at it's price point, the Bell Qualifier features a quick-release shield, Sena communicator port and five-year warranty.
- Let's talk fitment. Don't buy a helmet that's too large. Helmets should fit snug and will loosen roughly 10% over time. Use the manufacturer's size chart.
- I've been searching for a nice leather jacket that I can wear on and off of my motorcycle. Tourmaster's Lawndale fits the bill perfectly.
- The Grip-N-Ride provides passengers with something secure to hold onto. Made in the USA, the grips feel secure and stable. As the passenger, I feel it delivers.
- Shoulder, arm and side seams are single-stitched while cuff, neck and tail seams are double-stitched, presenting a nicer look overall.
- A twin fabric exterior combines abrasion resistant 600/1200 denier with removable CE-approved armor and reflective piping for increased visibility.
- Ski-Doo Hybrid Leather Mitts allow for all-season motorcycle riding. A Hipora waterproof barrier, knuckle protectors and reinforced padding raise the bar.
- Cushions inside a Shoei Modular helmet are flawlessly comfortable. Ear pads + chin curtain eliminate wind entry for quiet riding. It's roll off tested, too!
- Motorcycle rainwear has come a long way. Bilt nylons and Frogg Toggs set the bar high. Our week long trip between Chicago and D.C. put them to the test.
- The (now defunct) RoadGear motorcycle boots definitely lived up to their waterproof claims. My feet were always dry no matter how much rain I rode through.
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