Archive for March, 2013

Bell Star Carbon Helmet

The Bell Star Carbon is the grand-mammy of the Bell line. It’s built for speed, ultra-lightweight, and looks mighty fine, especially from behind when you’re on the track. It’s shaped to cut through air and it shows. The rear spoiler and aerodynamic design minimizes buffeting and lift at high speeds. The profile combined with the […]

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Bell Rogue Helmet

It’s no surprise that the engineers at the Bell Helmets lab in Scotts Valley are churning out innovative new helmet designs and graphics. They’ve been doing it for years and we’ve been loving it. But nothing we’ve seen yet has come as close as the Bell Rogue to being a complete reinvention of a genre […]

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Rev’It! Galactic Jacket

The Galactic leather jacket is a Rev’It! sport jacket that features the same quality and well thought out design we’ve come to expect from the Rev’It!, but it goes a few steps farther that the rest of the pack. The Galactic is available in men’s and women’s sizes, and is a moderate race-cut jacket made […]

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Stomp Grip Tank Grips

In the world of motorcycling, small things do make a difference. Stomp Grip tank grips are one of those small things that once you’re turned on to you won’t want to let go. Grab some Stomp Grips, and you’ll feel the difference. With tank grips you get vastly improved traction around the tank so you […]

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Sidi Vertigo Lei Boots

Form and function in a women’s motorcycle boot? Yes, it is possible and it does exist – in the Sidi Vertigo Lei. The Vertigo Lei boots don’t skimp on toughness and protective features, and they are tailored specifically for a woman’s foot. They offer Sidi track-level protective features and external armor for street and track […]

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Alpinestars Celer Jacket

Alpinestars Celer Jacket features a lot of design details that make it versatile, ventilated, and flexible for riders burning up the rubber. The Celer is an aggressively designed jacket for track and street riders that can also be used as the top half of a two-piece race suit. With pre-curved elbows, a full zipper for […]

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The Leatherworks Sissy Bar Bags

The Leatherworks Sissy Bar Bags are made of the heaviest leather used in the industry. Their quality craftsmanship makes a statement as obvious and outright as their tough, old-school style. Yet another fantastic local company for Bay Area motorcyclists to patronize (like Road Rider!), The Leatherworks of Stockton, California has been family owned and operated […]

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Saddlemen Sissy Bar Bags

The Saddlemen BR1800 and BR3400 bags are sturdy, classy, and hold their shape – even when empty. They look and fit great on most bikes, regardless of size or placement. Both the BR1800 or BR3400 can be attached behind you on the passenger seat and used as a back rest with the included adjustable back […]

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Sena SMH10R

The brand new SMH10R Bluetooth stereo headset from Sena is a redesigned SMH10, but with a slimmer and more streamlined form. Sport riders were looking for the same features and performance as the SMH10, but in a smaller and lower-profile package. Sena listened to their customer’s feedback, and responded by developing this new ultra-thin Bluetooth […]

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National Cycle Street Shield

Speeding down the highway for hours can leave you remembering what it means to have too much of a good thing. Wind can be one of those things, because along with that wind rushing by, you’ll get a dose of bugs, neck fatigue, noise and turbulence, and frigid wind chill. But National Cycle’s got you […]

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