New! Icon 1000 Women’s Eastside WP Boots

Posted on: November 26th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

It’s always nice to look good in something that’s good for you. When it comes to women’s gear, usually the emphasis is on ‘look good’, but not so when you’re dealing with Icon’s collection of premium riding gear, Icon 1000. The Icon 1000 Women’s Eastside WP Boots offer substantial road protection and all-weather functionality along with a healthy dose of sleek style.

The Eastside Boots feature a top-grain oiled leather upper and an internal waterproof liner to get you through the seasons with no worries. The soles are stable and strong, and contain steel shanks to protect against crushing. Heel and ankle areas are also protected by polyurethane plates.

Pair your Eastside boots with another stylish and functional piece from the Icon 1000 collection, the Women’s Hella 1000 Jacket, available at Road Rider.

Icon 1000 Women’s Eastside WP Boots

  • Top grain leather upper
  • Internal waterproof liner
  • Internal ankle plate
  • Axialmetric steel shank
  • Metal/TPU heel plate
  • Side entry YKK zipper
  • Shifter interface panel and nubs
  • Tested and certified according to Standard EN 13634:2010
  • Learn more about the Eastside at www.RideIcon.com

Options

  • Available in sizes 5-10 (whole sizes only)

Wear Them With:

The Icon 1000 Women’s Hella 1000 Jacket

Icon 1000 Hella 1000 Jacket black Icon 1000 Women's Hella 1000 brown

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New Winter Jackets

Posted on: November 26th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

The Latest Gear!

Warm Up With These New Winter Jackets

Road Rider is packed with new gear and gadgets for the winter riding season, including loads of new jackets just in time for the holidays. Check out some of our favorites, below, from Alpinestars, Rev’It!, Joe Rocket, and Tour Master, and then get down here to see the rest!

 

Revit Neptune

Rev’It! Neptune GTX

Four seasons? No problem. Zip in the removable Gore-Tex Paclite liner to stay dry, the thermal liner to warm things up, or stash both, open up those vents, and let the air flow.


 

Joe Rocket Classic 92

Joe Rocket Classic 92

Some of the best things in life get better with age. Get better with the beautiful new Joe Rocket Classic 92, available in super-soft, premium brown or black leather.


 

Joe Rocket Ballistic Revolution

Joe Rocket Ballistic Revolution

If you put your gear through the wringer each winter and need a jacket that can hang, meet the Ballistic Revolution. Its heavy ripstop nylon exterior is reinforced with 840-denier ballistic nylon, so it’s up for the challenge.


 

Tour Master Koraza

Tour Master Koraza

You can’t get much for under $100, but you can get the simple, stylish Tour Master Koraza Jacket. It features CE-rated shoulder and elbow armor, and a built-in waterproof membrane.


 

Alpinestars Gunner

Alpinestars Gunner WP

The Gunner is one of Alpinestars’ winter favorites, and it’s been tuned-up for 2015. It’s still a great value, but now it has a better fit, more reflectivity, and improved exhaust venting.


 

Alpinestars Andes

Alpinestars Andes Drystar

The Andes is hands-down one of the best jackets on the market for under $300, and now with the new dark gray colorway introduced this fall, it just might be the best looking.


 

Tour Master Saber

Tour Master Saber 

The Tour Master Saber is waterproof, warm, and solidly constructed. Match it up with a pair of Tour Master Overpants and Solution WP Boots and you’ll be ready for the rain.


 

Revit Voltiac

Rev’It! Voltiac

The public demanded more Voltiac, and Rev’It! delivered. Previously available in hi-viz neon only, the Voltiac is now available in black also. Check out both at Road Rider.

 

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Gift Ideas! $5 and Up

Posted on: November 24th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

‘Tis the time of giving, but sometimes giving something you know they’ll love can be tough. So, we’ve put together some gift ideas for you that will surely put a smile on the face of the motorcyclist in your life. We’ve included everything from stocking stuffers and fun gadgets, to serious gear for safety on the road–gifts from $5 and up. We hope you find some inspiration in our gift guides, but whatever your budget and shopping list looks like, visit us! We’d love to help you find something special.

Gift-Buying Tip: If you aren’t sure what to pick out for the rider on your list, take a quick snapshot of your friend’s or loved-one’s motorcycle and show it to a Road Rider associate. We can help you pick out a gift that will go well with their bike and riding style!

Click below to see our Gift Guides

Stocking Stuffers

Gifts Under $50

Gifts Under $100

Gifts Over $100

Gift Cards

 

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Gift Guide: $100 and Up

Posted on: November 24th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

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See all our Gift Guides:

Stocking Stuffers

Gifts Under $50

Gifts Under $100

Gift Cards

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Gift Guide: Under $100

Posted on: November 24th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

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See all our our Gift Guides:

Stocking Stuffers

Gifts Under $50

Gifts $100 and Up

Gift Cards

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Gift Guide: Under $50

Posted on: November 24th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

Under $50 Image

 

See all our Gift Guides:

Stocking Stuffers

Gifts Under $100

Gifts $100 and Up

 Gift Cards

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Gift Guide: Small Gifts & Stocking Stuffers

Posted on: November 22nd, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

Stocking Stuffers and Small Gifts

Small gifts can be the most fun to shop for, and often end up being the most useful or unique gifts we receive. Get some ideas, below, and gather some items together to show the motorcyclists in your life that you care. It doesn’t have to cost a lot to mean a lot–stuff little items into a stocking, add a few into a care package, or pass one along to a friend before your next ride!

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See all our Gift Guides:

Gifts Under $50

Gifts Under $100

Gifts $100 and Up

Gift Cards

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Tour Master Koraza Jacket

Posted on: November 20th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

What can you get for $99 these days? Not much. But you can get a basic, protective, riding jacket for this winter. The Tour Master Koraza is a waterproof jacket with CE-rated shoulder and elbow armor, and reflective piping to keep you visible as the days get darker.

The Koraza is casually cut with room enough to be easily layered over a fleece jacket or sweatshirt to cut back the cold. In all black and marked with minimal branding (one small, black ‘Tour Master’ identifier below the shoulder), the Koraza keeps it simple and stylish for guys who want basic protection at an affordable price.

Tour Master Koraza

  • 500 denier polyester shell
  • Built-in waterproof, breathable barrier
  • Horizontal chest pockets/vents
  • Handwarmer pockets
  • YKK main zipper closure
  • Reflective piping on the front and back
  • Removable, CE-approved armor
  • Adjustable waist belts with TPR pulls
  • Adjustable sleeve cuffs and collar
  • One internal storage pocket

Options

  • Available in sizes XS-3XL

 

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Tour Master Saber 4 Jacket

Posted on: November 20th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

The Saber 4 is a lot of jacket for just around $150 dollars (MSRP: $149.99), so protection and winter warmth are within reach for riders on a budget.

The Saber is a three-quarter length touring and commuting jacket, and features a built-in, waterproof, breathable membrane. Venting zips on the arms, shoulders, and rear allow air to pass across the membrane and carry out built-up moisture and heat. A removable, quilted liner is also provided for insulation against the cold.

Along with warmth and weather protection, your investment includes CE-rated shoulder and elbow armor and abundant reflective piping on the front and back.

For a waist length budget jacket option, check out the Tour Master Koraza.

Tour Master Saber Jacket

  • 500 denier, three-quarter length outer shell with waterproof, breathable barrier
  • Adjustable waist panels with TPR pulls
  • Removable, CE-approved armor
  • Articulated triple-density back protector
  • Zip-Out Quilted (Z.O.Q.) 100-gram polyfill liner
  • Microfiber lined neck and cuffs
  • 360 degree reflective piping
  • Dual wind flap, YKK zippers used
  • Bicep and forearm takeup straps

Options

  • Available in sizes S-3XL
  • Available in black, black/red, black/silver

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Alpinestars Andes Explores Gray Areas

Posted on: November 18th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

It’s great to see the fantastic Alpinestars Andes Drystar Jacket line be given a fresh new color option for the 2015 winter riding season. This dark gray/light gray/black colorway (shown above) is a five-star effort by Alpinestars, and gives the Andes a look that is reminiscent of the styling of some of the much more expensive adventure jackets currently on the market. Of course, the Andes is one of our overall top picks for winter touring and commuting if you’re on a budget, but there’s no harm in looking like you’re rolling in high-end gear. And for a little over two-hundred bucks (MSRP: $249.95), you get a ton of great functionality, quality, and style with the excellent Alpinestars Andes. To read a full description of the Alpinestars Andes, click here.

The new dark gray Andes is available now at Road Rider. It’s also available in the following color options, and in a women’s Stella Andes version.

 

Alpinestars Andes Light Gray Black


Andes BlackFluorescentAndes Black

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