New! Bull-it Jeans Made With Covec

Posted on: May 28th, 2015 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

Now in stock: Bull-it jeans for men and women!

Bull-it jeans have protective properties unlike any other riding jeans available, so we are extremely excited to introduce Bull-it jeans to the Bay Area. Bull-it jeans are designed in the U.K and made of a cutting-edge engineered textile called Covec. Ideally suited to the particular safety needs of motorcycle riders, Covec offers a whole lot more than other materials typically used in riding jeans, like Kevlar and Dyneema. Read on to learn more about what makes Bull-it jeans and Covec so different.

“Any product may incorporate high performance fibres and yarns but its performance will be defined in certain circumstances by the lowest common denominator in any given situation.” -Bull-it Jeans

Bull-It Jeans Men's Vintage Bull-It Jeans Men's Carbon Black Bull-It Jeans Women's Vintage Bull-It Carbon Hoodie Jacket Black

(Scroll down to see our new Bull-it collection.)

What is Covec?

Riding jeans are lined in key impact areas like the knees, rear, and sides of the thighs with Kevlar, Dyneema, or a similar technical yarn with a high abrasion resistance. Bull-it’s jeans are lined with Covec, a technical yarn that is neither an aramid like Kevlar nor a high-performance polyethylene (UHMWPE, HMPE) like Dyneema and Nomex. While aramids and UHMWPEs perform really well in some areas, Covec offers a full spectrum of protection performance.

  • High abrasion resistance and cut resistance
  • High melting point and low heat transfer
  • Resistant to the degrading effects of wear, chemicals, sweat, and repeated washings


Covec has three times the cut resistance as aramid and UHMWPE fabrics.*

Covec, Kevlar, and Dyneema are all extremely abrasion resistant, so they can withstand a lot of abrasion during a slide before ripping. Covec is more abrasion resistant than aramid materials; and UHMWPEs like Dyneema offer the highest abrasion resistance of the group, but they also come with a serious downside, as you’ll see in our next section:


Burns are extremely common effects of motorcycle accidents, and there are two primary causes: contact with hot engine parts; and friction burns during a slide. A material that transfers heat readily won’t protect your skin during either scenario, and such materials can increase the severity of injury by melting onto the skin. UHMWPEs have extremely low melting points–a serious weakness in the face of friction. Covec has a very high melting point.


Covec is further set apart from the group by its ability to maintain its protective integrity after the repeated washings, wearings, and beatings you put your #1 pair of jeans through.

Covec has a high flex fatigue, meaning it withstands repeated folding and bending; and low yarn-on-yarn abrasion, which is the tendency of individual yarns of the fabric to rub against each other and break. Aramids have particularly low flex fatigue, high instance of yarn-on-yarn breakage, and succumb to the effects of hydrolysis over time by washing. Aramids are also less resistant than Covec to alkalis and acids like sweat, detergent, motor oil, and other commonly occurring substances.

*Cut resistance is measured using a blade with an applied force that is dropped onto the material. More information about Covec and its properties can be found at and at


Bull-it Men’s and Women’s Vintage SR6 Jeans

The Vintage SR6 jeans offer modern style for men and women with the Covec edge. ‘SR’ stands for slide rating, and the SR6 jeans are tested and certified to the CE rating for abrasion resistance for 6 seconds. Beef up your safety by adding CE-rated impact protectors to the internal protector pockets included. Check out our Guide to Back Protectors and Replacement Armor for more information on impact protection.

Bull-It Jeans Men's Vintage Bull-It Jeans Women's Vintage

  • 100% cotton dark blue denim with a light faded wash; traditional 5-pocket design
  • 60% Covec coverage against road abrasion
  • Knee and hip armor pockets included for optional CE-approved protectors (sold separately)
  • Triple stitched at the side and rear seams
  • Genuine YKK locking front zipper
  • UV laminate protector inside
  • Micro-climate cool mesh liner promotes airflow and temperature regulation
  • Covec thermal barrier prevents heat transfer from road friction
  • Water repellent finish
  • Available in men’s waist sizes 30-54 and lengths 30-36
  • Available in women’s sizes 6-20 (26-40 inch waist) and lengths 31-33


Bull-it Carbon SR6 Carbon Hoodie Jacket

How can you not love the SR6 Hoodie Jacket? It offers real impact and abrasion protection with laid-back, all-day style. CE protectors are included at the elbows and shoulders, and like our Bull-it jeans, the hoodie is 60% lined with Covec, covering all the key impact and slide zones.

Bull-It Carbon Hoodie Jacket Black

  • 100% cotton, 12.5-ounce black denim main construction
  • 60% Covec coverage against road abrasion
  • Shoulder and elbow CE-approved protectors included
  • Back protector pocket for optional CE-rated back protector (sold separately)
  • Detachable cotton hood
  • Water repellent finish
  • Triple stitched main seams
  • Genuine YKK locking front zipper
  • UV laminate protector inside
  • Micro-climate cool mesh liner promotes airflow and temperature regulation
  • Covec thermal barrier prevents heat transfer from road friction
  • Water repellent finish
  • Belt loops for connection to pants belt
  • Multiple pockets inside and out; outer pockets with zip closures
  • Available in sizes XS-5XL


Bull-it Men’s Carbon SR6 Jeans

Choose your black jeans for a night out or a casual day at the office. The Carbon SR6 jeans have the same fit and features as the Vintage SR6s, including 60% Covec coverage, knee armor pockets, UV protection, and a water-repellent finish.

Bull-It Jeans Men's Carbon Black

  • Regular fit, traditional 5-pocket design
  • 100% cotton twill main construction
  • 60% Covec coverage against road abrasion
  • Knee and hip armor pockets included for optional CE-approved protectors (sold separately)
  • Triple stitched at the side and rear seams
  • Genuine YKK locking front zipper
  • UV laminate protector inside
  • Micro-climate cool mesh liner promotes airflow and temperature regulation
  • Covec thermal barrier prevents heat transfer from road friction
  • Water repellent finish
  • Available in waist sizes 28-40 and lengths 32-34




Get Low: Progressive 944 Shocks For Harley-Davidson Touring Bikes

Posted on: May 22nd, 2015 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

Looking for that lowrider style or a bit more stability from a lower seat height? You can get a lower ride on your touring-model Harley-Davidson without sacrificing the suspension travel and comfort you need for distance and two-up riding with Progressive’s 944 series shocks. Progressive 944 Ultra Touring Shocks are the same length as your bike’s 13″ stock shocks but sit at 12″, giving you an extra inch on your feet, even when the bike is on the side stand.

You can go even lower with the 944 Ultra Low Shocks, giving you as much suspension travel as possible in a short shock. At 12.5″ long, the Ultra Lows sit at 11″, putting you 2″ lower than stock.

Fitment and Pricing

Progressive 944 Ultra Touring and 944 Ultra Low shocks fit Harley-Davidson Electra Glides, Road Glides, and Road Kings. Give us a call at (408) 227-6936, or stop by and speak to our H-D specialists for model-specific information and pricing. Prices start at $759.00


Shock replacement is a job experienced do-it-yourselfers can tackle pretty easily with some kind of lift, like the K&L Multi-Lift. If you prefer to let the professionals handle it, we recommend Paulie’s Shop for any H-D work:

Paulie’s Shop

By appointment only (San Jose shop)
(925) 788-6333

About Progressive

Proggressive Suspension shocks are made in the U.S.A and come with a lifetime warranty on defects in workmanship or materials.


Progressive 944 Shocks For Harley-Davidson

  • Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) automatically adjusts  shock damping to individual bump frequency for the most comfortable ride possible
  • Sits 1” lower on most models (2″ with the Ultra Lows)
  • Tool-less, hand adjustment of spring pre-load
  • Specifically designed for touring use
  • Standard and Heavy Duty spring rates available (ask our Harley specialists which rate is right for your needs)
  • Includes lifetime limited warranty
  • Made in USA



Our Premium Modulars Face Off

Posted on: May 20th, 2015 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

If you’re shopping for a new modular helmet, it can be hard to get down to the nuts and bolts of what you’re paying for. We’ve tried to do that here for you in this comparison guide of our premium modulars: the Schuberth C3 Pro, Shoei Neotec, Nolan N104 EVO, and HJC RPHA Max. Below you’ll find a brief overview of these four helmets, their key stats, and a breakdown of the major features that set each one apart from the crowd. Now it’s up to you to decide what strengths you value most highly. Or perhaps you want your helmet to do it all?


Schuberth C3 Pro

In A Nutshell:  It ain’t cheap, but it’s a thing of beauty. Schuberth has put everything they’ve got into making the incomparable C3 scarily close to modular perfection. The C3 Pro is simply the very latest, very best of Schuberth. It’s quieter, more aerodynamic, and vents more air than its predecessor, and it’s built on the C3 foundation that was possibly already the best performing modular available.

Schuberth C3 Pro Modular Open

Price: $$$$ 

Weight: 1633 grams (3 lbs, 10 oz)*

Shell: S.T.R.O.N.G Fiber (Dyneema and fiberglass)

Included: Drop-down internal sun visor; Pinlock shield and insert

What Sets It Apart:

  • It’s compatible with the optional Schuberth SRC Bluetooth neck roll–a Cardo headset with controls and wiring built right into it–so no ungainly control unit on the side of your helmet.
  • Every Schuberth features their Anti-Roll-Off System (A.R.O.S.), an extra part of the neck strap that prevents the helmet from rolling off of the head from behind or coming into contact with the chest during an accident.
  • Schuberth has reported a 2 decibel reduction in noise level measured at 60 MPH with the C3 Pro compared to the standard C3, which may already be the quietest modular helmet available.

The Schuberth C3 Pro is regularly priced starting at $769.00.


Shoei Neotec

In A Nutshell:  The Neotec replaced the Shoei Multitec a few years back, and a host of advancements and upgrades make it today’s main challenger for the C3 Pro’s modular heavyweight belt. Shoei went back to the drawing board, and the wind tunnel, to make the Neotec one of the best modular’s to date. The Neotec is designed for optimal performance behind a windshield, and customer reviews continue to confirm that the Neotec delivers excellent venting and a very quiet ride.

Shoei Neotec 600

Price: $$$$

Weight: 1814 grams (4 lbs)*

Shell: Advanced Integrated Matrix (carbon and glass fibers)

Included: Drop-down internal sun visor; Pinlock shield and insert

What Sets It Apart:

  • If you run hot, the Neotec will keep you cool. One of the Neo’s extraordinary strengths is its incredibly effective top and chin vents.
  • Modular helmets tend to be a bit noisier than your average full-face, but the Neotec isn’t your average modular. Riders rave about its low noise levels. You’ll hardly even hear a peep out of the vents when they’re open.

The Shoei Neotec is regularly priced starting at $684.99.


Nolan N104 EVO

In A Nutshell: Nolan brings decades of modular expertise to the newest rendition of their flagship, the N104. Like all Nolan helmets, the N104 is proudly made in Italy and boasts silky-smooth operation and lasting quality. Nolan’s ‘N’ line of modulars have set the standard for years and keep loyal devotees coming back time and time again. The N104 EVO is Nolan’s lightest, best ventilating version yet, and features a cozy, uber-plush neck roll that helps reduce noise levels. For riders who want to add a headset system, it’s designed to partner with Nolan’s N-Com B4, which is a well-liked product in it’s own right.

Nolan N104 Evo

Price: $$$

Weight: 1724 grams (3 lbs, 13 oz)*

Shell: Lexan polycarbonate

Included: Drop-down internal sun visor; Pinlock shield and insert

What Sets It Apart:

  • The N104’s unique elliptical hinge means that as the chin bar is raised or lowered it doesn’t take the shortest path from point A to point B, but in fact swings out slightly as it passes over the face shield. Nolan says this enables the chin bar to be seated on the forehead in a less obtrusive way, resulting in significantly improved aerodynamics when riding with the chin bar raised. The unusual chin bar design is one of the N104 EVO’s most impressive features.
  • It’s prepped with a side port for the Nolan N-Com B4+ Bluetooth Headset (sold separately for $314.95). Once installed, the control unit is nearly flush on the side of your helmet and looks very sleek. The only downside of this is that the helmet really isn’t compatible with any other brand of Bluetooth headset.
  • For an extra hundred dollars ($569.95), the N104 Evo MCS II edition comes with a pre-installed N-Com headset and the necessary cord to plug into Gold Wing and Harley-Davidson factory radio/intercom system.

The Nolan N104 EVO is regularly priced starting at $449.95.



In A Nutshell:  Starting at $459.99, HJC’s RPHA Max is considerably less expensive than the Neotec and C3 Pro, but is no doubt a premium modular and offers a great value for riders looking for a lot of performance for a less-than premium price. It’s the lightest helmet on our list, so if you’re like most modular fans and riding for a long period of time, that weight savings will be a major advantage.

HJC RPHA Max 600

Price: $$$

Weight: 1616 grams (3 lbs, 9 oz)*

Shell: Advanced Premium Integrated Matrix (carbon fiber, fiberglass, aramid)

Included: Drop-down internal sun visor; Pinlock shield and insert

What Sets It Apart:

  • HJC’s race-derived RPHA shell makes the RPHA Max very strong, but also really light. At 1616 grams (size medium), that’s in the realm of a standard full-face helmet–heavier than some, lighter than many.
  • The RPHA Max has a compact shell, too. When we talk about a helmet being aerodynamic, the primary influencing factors are 1) the size of the area that is hitting the fast-moving air; and 2) the shape of that area. So the shape of the helmet–its lines and its angles–help, but the biggest aerodynamic bang-for-the-buck comes from keeping the front of that helmet as small as possible. So that’s why a compact shell doesn’t just make you look like less of a bobblehead, it’s going to help you cut through air more smoothly.

The HJC RPHA Max is regularly priced starting at $459.99


Key Specs Chart

 PriceWeightShellPinlockInternal Sun Visor  
Schuberth C3 Pro💰💰💰💰3 lbs, 10 ozFiberglass/AramidYesYes
Shoei Neotec💰💰💰4 lbsFiberglass/Carbon FiberYesYes
Nolan N104 EVO💰💰3 lbs, 13 ozPolycarbonateYesYes
HJC RPHA Max💰💰3 lbs, 9 ozFiberglass/Carbon Fiber/AramidYesYes



*All weights listed are for a size medium helmet and are a result of our own in-house weighing.



New! Icon Merc Vitriol Soft Shell Jacket

Posted on: May 14th, 2015 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

The Icon Merc Vitriol jacket is new to Road Rider this week. Love it or hate it, it makes a statement and protects your hide. It’s armed with a full set of D3o T5 protectors, including a CE-rated D3O Viper back protector, so there’s some serious substance behind its profane appearance. A simple zip-up hoodie style soft shell, the Merc is a go-anywhere kind of jacket. Match it up with the new Icon Airmada Vitriol graphic for the complete look.


Icon Airmada Vitriol Icon Airmada Vitriol black

Icon Merc Vitriol Soft Shell Jacket

  • Relaxed fit, nylon soft shell with nylo reinforcement panels for extra strength
  • Under arm ventilation zips
  • Headphone pass-through port
  • YKK zippers throughout
  • Adjustable, 3-position elbow protector pocket
  • D30 T5 elbow and shoulder protectors
  • CE-certified Level 1 D30 Viper back protector included
  • Available in XS-4XL
  • Price: $175.00

Icon Merc Vitriol Jacket detail


Our Top 5 Brain Day Headset Picks

Posted on: May 12th, 2015 by Road Rider MCA No Comments
  • 20S
  • Sena 20S
  • G9X
  • Scala G9X
  • Sena SMH5
  • Sena-SMH5-FM
  • Scala Q1
  • Scala Q1 Teamset
  • Sena-SMH10R
  • SMH10R
  • Scala Rider Qz
  • Scala Qz


1. Sena 20S

Sena 20S

The 20S is the most advanced Sena yet, featuring Bluetooth 4.0, universal intercom pairing, and a whopping 1.2 miles of intercom range.

  • Universal intercom: pair with other Sena and non-Sena units
  • The only headset with Bluetooth 4.0 for faster and more energy efficient wireless communication
  • MSRP: $299.00

Click here for a complete description of the Sena 20S.

2. Scala Rider G9X

Scala G9X

The G9X is still the only headset that is entirely voice controlled, and now it has even faster voice response time.

  • Totally hands-free voice control mode
  • Now enables music-sharing for 2-up riders
  • Plug-in speaker jack allows riders to use the G9X speakers
  • MSRP: $289.95

Click here for a complete description of the Scala Rider G9X.

3. Sena SMH5-FM

Sena SMH5-FM

The SMH5-FM is the compact and capable junior Sena with a full complement of slightly downsized features PLUS an FM radio tuner.

  • Nearly all the features of its full-sized sibling, the SMH10, but with a slightly shorter intercom range ( 760 yards vs. 980 yards) and battery run time (7 hours/12 hours)
  • Sena’s patented Jog-Dial is the most user-friendly control interface among our top five systems
  • MSRP: $159.00

Click here for a complete description of the Sena SMH5-FM.

4. Scala Rider Q1 Teamset

Scala Q1 Teamset

Looking to chat with your passenger and maybe share some road tunes? The Q1 Teamset is all you need.

  • Includes two full headset units so you and your passenger can talk  while your ride
  • The Q1 does not intercom with other riders
  • MSRP: $279.95

Click here for a complete description of the Scala Rider Q1.

5. Sena SMH10R


Don’t let its ultra-slim profile fool you, this intercom offers super-sized performance and sound quality.

  • A 1/4 inch thick and curved to conform to your helmet for excellent aerodynamics
  • Small but mighty: the same incredible sound quality as Sena’s full-sized Jog-Dial units
  • MSRP: $219.00

Click here for a complete description of the Sena SMH10R.

Honorable Mention: Scala Rider Qz

Scala Qz

Don’t pay for features you won’t use! The Qz is the perfect unit for solo riders who like to pump up the jams. It has no intercom function, but it does:

  • Make and receive phone calls
  • Wirelessly stream music and GPS directions
  • Accept or reject phone calls with voice commands
  • MSRP: $129.95

Click here for a complete description of the Scala Rider Qz.



Rev’It! Cayenne Pro Jacket and Pants

Posted on: May 8th, 2015 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

When Rev’It! showed up on the U.S. scene less than a decade ago, it was immediately apparent it was here to stay, blowing our minds and filling a huge void in the market with their high-quality, thoughtful, smart-looking touring gear. The original Rev’It! Cayenne Pro was one of their do-it-all touring beasts that put the Dutch company on the map in North America. Now the Cayenne Pro is back as a summer jacket and pants suit with matching gloves and, pared down to rock hot weather like a Pro, it’s a thing of beauty.

Designed to provide first-rate protection on the road or off while keeping you as cool as possible, the Cayenne Pro brings a variety of materials to the table. Tough-as-nails Schoeller-Dynatec mesh looks like chainmail and acts like it when things hit the fan, but the rest of the time those large Dynatec panels are providing abundant airflow straight onto your base layers. Nubuck leather adds abrasion resistance and style to the shoulders and elbows and wear-resistance to the inner-knee area. Rounding out the main standout points of this incredible set is a Seesoft CE-Level 2 back protector, premium Level 2 Seeflex limb protectors*, Tryonic hip protectors, and a removable kidney belt. Come and see the Cayenne Pro for yourself at Road Rider.

Rev’It! Cayenne Pro Jacket and Pants


  • Constructed with Teflon-coated PWR|shell 750D, Schoeller-dynatec mesh, Lorica, and nubuck leather
  • Seeflex CE-Level 2 protectors at the shoulders and elbows; adjustable protector pockets for correct fit on every rider
  • Seesoft CE-Level 2 back protector type RV included
  • Attachment points for Rev’It! Challenger Cooling Vest, hi-viz connector vest, Adventure Neck Brace, and hydration bag (all optional accessories sold separately)
  • Adjustment straps on the arms and waist
  • Detachable kidney belt included
  • Slit pockets, stash pockets, XL storage pockets, sleeve pocket, hand warmer pockets, inner pockets, document pocket, and secret pocket (we can’t tell you where it is)
  • Large areas of laminated reflection at chest, shoulders, and upper back
  • Double-stitched Rev’It! Safety Seams used at high tension, impact-prone areas for garment integrity
  • Available in sizes S-3XL
  • Price: $559.99

Rev'It Cayenne Pro detail


  • Constructed with Teflon-coated PWR|shell 1000D, Schoeller-dynatec mesh panels, PWR|shell 500D stretch, and leather
  • Seeflex CE-Level 2 protectors at the knees; adjustable protector pockets for correct fit on every rider
  • Rev’It! Tryonic Seesoft CE-Level 1 hip protectors
  • Double-stitched Rev’It! Safety Seams used at high tension, impact-prone areas for garment integrity
  • Reflection at calves
  • Grip fabric at seat
  • Accordion stretch panels above knees; stretch fabric at back of knees and lower back
  • Prepared for Rev’It! Strapper Suspenders (sold separately)
  • Adjustment at waist, calves, and ankles
  • Available in sizes S-3XL; tall and short sizes available
  • Price: $399.99

Rev'It Cayenne Pro Pants detail

*CE ratings for limb protection are now more in line with the dual-level back protection ratings, and there are now two levels of limb protection also–CE-Level 1 and CE-Level 2. For more information, read our Guide to Back Protectors and Replacement Armor.



Falco Ayda Women’s Boots

Posted on: May 7th, 2015 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

The Falco Ayda boots are absolutely beautiful leather women’s riding boots, with protection, comfort, and looks. The Aydas are made with very soft leather and are comfortable right out of the box, and the modest heel provides a little extra height for those that need it on the bike. They’ve got you covered in a rain shower too–a waterproof membrane lies beneath the leather outer.

Falco Ayda Women’s Boots

  • Made in Italy
  • Full-grain leather upper construction
  • High-Tex waterproof membrane
  • Malleolus and shin reinforcements
  • Removable gear pad
  • High-heeled rubber sole



Sidi Black Rain Boots

Posted on: May 7th, 2015 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

The Sidi Black Rain boots are for the tourer and commuter looking for something more than a basic touring boot, and they deliver, offering a high level of protection without the usual frills. True to its name, a waterproof membrane keeps the rain out, while Sidi’s sport sole, thermoplastic heel, ankle, and shin plates, and a sturdy toe box have you covered when you go down. The Sidi Black Rain: everything you need, nothing you don’t.

Sidi  Black Rain Boots

  • Upper constructed with soft Technomicro synthetic leather for the best of durability and protection
  • Waterproof membrane keeps the rain out while maintaining some breathability
  • Trockenfuss–meaning ‘dry foot’ in German–and Cambrille lining is anti-bacterial and highly absorbtive for quick sweat evaporation
  • Multi-paneled arch and Achilles areas for maximum mobility and comfort
  • Internal inner and outer polyurethane protective ankle caps and DuPont polymer shifter pad
  • Nylon inner sole with removable arch support pad and dual compound sole
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas
  • Shock absorbing heel cup
  • Price: $250.00

Sidi Black Rain Boots detail



Dainese Air Frazer Jacket and Pants

Posted on: May 6th, 2015 by Road Rider MCA

The Dainese Air Frazer jacket and pants bring together easy-care, washable leather, tough but highly breathable Dainese Boomerang mesh, and 750 D Cordura for the best of cool airflow and road protection in a stylish package.

Typical Dainese, the Air Frazer’s fit couldn’t get much better, with both the pants and jacket heavily featuring Dainese’s fantastic, patent-pending Microelastic Elasticated Inserts. These unique flex points are strips of elastic that are stitched right into the leather, providing a ton of stretch while actually strengthening the area’s protective properties. Large panels of Boomerang Mesh flow an abundance of air and are surrounded by leather and Cordura panels in the impact- and abrasion-prone areas.

We have both the Air Frazer jacket and pants in stock. Wear the Air Frazer pants with the matching jacket or with any jacket for some hardcore, but comfortable, lower body protection on the road this summer.

Dainese Air Frazer Textile/Leather Jacket and Pants

  • Constructed with washable cowhide, Cordura 750 fabric. and Boomerang mesh
  • Pants to jacket attachment zips
  • Waist adjustment tabs
  • Dainese mesh Sanitized® lining for anti-bacterial properties and comfort


  • CE-rated Pro Shape soft protectors at the shoulders; CE-rated composite protectors at the elbows
  • Microelastic elasticated inserts at back of shoulder and upper arm
  • Reflecting inserts at top of elbow and reflective Dainese logo on back
  • One internal pocket and two outside pockets
  • Prepared for optional CE-Level 2 G1 or G2 back protector (sold separately)
  • Price: $399.95


  • CE-rated composite protectors at the knees
  • Removable Dainese knee sliders
  • Reflective inserts at hips
  • Leather accordion flex panels above knees
  • Microelastic elasticated inserts across thighs
  • Price: $349.95




Win Free Gear! #GearUpEveryRide Contest

Posted on: May 6th, 2015 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

How easy is it to win cool new gear? This easy:

Step 1. Snap a pic of youself in your full motorcycle gear.

Step 2. Post it to Instagram and tag it #GearUpEveryRide.

Step 3. Win cool stuff from major gear manufacturers!

This month is Motorcycle Awareness Month, and to promote proper gearing up practices, the Motorcycle Industry Council and is hosting a contest through May 31st on Instagram. Winners will get free gear from participating manufacturers that include Bell, HJC, Aerostich, Held, BMW Motorrad USA, Rev’It, Schuberth, and Scorpion! It’s so easy, why not give it a shot? Full gear means gloves, boots, pants, helmet, and a jacket, and you can be on the track, on the street, or on the trail.

Follow @GearUpEveryRide on Instagram and don’t forget to tag your pics #GearUpEveryRide!