‘Women’

Alpinestars Stella T-GP Plus R Air Jacket for Women

The Alpinestars Stella T-GP Plus R Air jacket has a complicated name we’d hate to have to say five times fast, but once on the road, the Stella T-GP Plus R Air gets the job done with style and simplicity. Lightweight and highly breathable, the T-GP is everything you want in a jacket when you’re riding at […]

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Joe Rocket Women’s Alter Ego Pants

Joe Rocket Women’s Alter Ego Pants are long-time staples at Road Rider, providing a fit solution for women of all shapes and sizes and a ton of bang-for-the-buck seasonal versatility. With an adjustable fit, zip-away panels for ventilation, and a removable rain liner, the Alter Egos pack a lot of functionality for around $200. Match Up: Click […]

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Joe Rocket Women’s Classic Gloves

Classic style and simplicity are done right for the modern rider in the Joe Rocket Women’s Classic Gloves. Constructed with supple drum-dyed cowhide leather and a gel-padded palm for comfort on the grips, they offer just the essentials at a great price. The Classics are pre-curved and feature a hinged knuckle design and outside-stitched seams for comfort. A simple pull-on design and attractive reflective ‘Rocket’ logo […]

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Joe Rocket Women’s Atomic 4.0 Jacket

If you’re a gal who wants a versatile jacket that fits your figure but doesn’t sacrifice function, check out the Women’s Atomic 4.0 by Joe Rocket, right here at Road Rider. The Atomic is an armored motorcycle jacket designed just for us that fits, looks great, and comes in a variety of sizes and shapes. […]

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Joe Rocket Women’s Velocity Jacket

The Joe Rocket Women’s Velocity Jacket is an inexpensive cure for overheating on your motorcycle. Priced from $129.99 to $139.99, the Velocity is an option agreeable to most budgets, that leaves you with the option to upgrade its safety credentials later on. The Velocity features abrasion-resistant Rock Tex arms, shoulders, and sides, and a wide-weave mesh torso to keep […]

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Rev’It Factor 3 Pants

The Rev’it Factor 3 pants have the essentials covered and, for just over two-hundred bucks, they deliver a lot of functionality and protection for multi-season touring and commuting. With built-in waterproofing and a removable thermal liner, you’ll be prepared for the elements twelve months out of the year (though you’ll be a bit uncomfortable on the hottest days of summer). Ride confidently […]

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Dainese Nexus Boots

The Dainese Nexus boots, available for men and women at Road Rider, take track-oriented features down a notch for everyday riders looking for comfort, practicality, style, and above all, protection. So you don’t plan on dragging a knee but you still want to give your feet a hearty dose of coverage in the event that […]

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Rev’it Women’s Tornado 2 Jacket

The indomitable multi-season Tornado is better than ever for 2016! The Rev’it Women’s Tornado 2 Jacket is a fantastic update of Rev’it’s best-selling Tornado, and there was nothing but love for the original. Rev’it managed to find some areas to tweak and tinker with anyway, resulting in a cleaner, sleeking looking jacket with better impact and abrasion protection across […]

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Rev’it Women’s Levante Jacket

Rev’it has delivered another home run for female two wheelers, this time in the solid warm-weather touring Levante. The Rev’it Women’s Levante Jacket is a lightweight and mesh summer jacket that could easily be an all-year-rounder, too, thanks to the removable combination thermal and waterproof liner. Perfectly suited for our local climate, it’s going to keep […]

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Drayko Riding Jeans

In 2007, a 32-kilometer tether connected a satellite orbiting Earth to a capsule set to reenter the atmosphere at a predetermined trajectory. This tether was made of an ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene fiber called Dyneema. “Space exploration is nice, but what about motorcycle riders?” thought the folks at Drayko Motorcycle Jeans. So, they decided to weave Dyneema […]

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