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Harley-Davidson Illumination 360° Hi-Vis Rain Suit

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GLOW IN THE RAIN. Being conspicuous is a good strategy whenever you ride, but it’s essential when you get caught in the rain. Harley-Davidson’s new Illumination 360° Hi-Vis Rain Suit (P/N 98342-11VM, $275) provides enhanced visibility in low-light conditions so you’ll be seen from almost any every angle. Extensive use of 3M Scotchlite reflective tape, material and piping complements the Hi-Vis orange ...

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Harley-Davidson FXRG Pants

In our December issue I did a product review of the Harley-Davidson FXRG Pants that I’ve being wearing a lot during my commute and travels for the past year. Just weeks before the review was written up, they were my all-day-in-the-saddle riding pants on a four-day tour and were so comfortable I could have slept in them as well. And though ...

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Rev’it Infinity Motorcycle Riding Suit Review

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[This Rev’it Infinity Motorcycle Riding Suit Review was originally published in the December 2009 issue of Rider magazine] This is one sophisticated piece of riding gear. The Rev’it Infinity one-piece motorcycle riding suit is made of “Schoeller FTC—Dynatec 3-layer with Schoeller NanoSphere 3D laminated fabric.” Schoeller is a Swiss textile manufacturer, and Dynatec is a synthetic fabric designed for protective ...

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Aerostich Transit Motorcycle Suit Review

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[This Aerostich Transit Motorcycle Suit Review was originally published in the July 2009 issue of Rider magazine] Leather is cool. After blowing my savings on my first motorcycle, I maxed out my credit card on a bad black leather jacket. Then a few months later at a flea market in Berlin I paid a Turkish guy 100 deutschmarks for some ...

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Fieldsheer Adventure Touring Motorcycle Jacket and Pants Review

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[This Fieldsheer Adventure Touring Motorcycle Jacket and Pants Review was originally published in the June 2009 issue of Rider magazine] Ah, to be warm and dry, the dream of any motorcyclist when riding through cold rain. Or, conversely, to be cool and protected on a hot day. That is the aim of any sensible motorcycle touring apparel, and Fieldsheer offers ...

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Aerostich Roadcrafter Motorcycle Riding Suit Review

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[This Aerostich Roadcrafter Motorcycle Riding Suit Review was originally published in the November 2008 issue of Rider magzine] Some products, over time, become the standard by which others are judged. The Aerostich Roadcrafter Motorcycle Riding Suit is one such piece of technical riding gear. In my consumer-enthusiast years leading up to working at Rider, I read many reverent anecdotes and ...

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Motorcycle Riding Suit Buyers Guide

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photography by Scott Hirko [This Motorcycle Riding Suit Buyers Guide was originally published in the September 2008 issue of Rider magazine] A good all-weather motorcycle touring or commuting suit is one that’s versatile enough to cover a wide range of temperatures, that provides some impact protection and keeps out rain. Though not necessarily waterproof, any of the dozen suits tested ...

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Olympia Moto Sports Phantom Motorcycle Riding Suit Review

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[This Olympia Moto Sports Phantom Motorcycle Riding Suit Review was originally published in the November 2007 issue of Rider magazine] Inspired by the F-4 Phantom jet, Olympia Moto Sports’ Phantom One-Piece motorcycle riding suit is designed to fuel your fighter pilot fantasies while keeping you cozy in the cockpit of your earthbound two-wheeler. The 500-denier Cordura nylon suit features a ...

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Spidi Admiral Motorcycle Riding Suit Review

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Review by Troy Siahaan [This Spidi Admiral Motorcycle Riding Suit Review was originally published in the March 2007 issue of Rider magazine] Last month I wrote about my dilemma in choosing a proper everyday riding suit. I needed something I could wear over my regular clothes that was easy to put on and take off, and provided ample protection both ...

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BMW Streetguard 2 Motorcycle Riding Suit Review

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[This BMW Streetguard 2 Motorcycle Riding Suit Review was originally published in the October 2006 issue of Rider magazine] I’ve always been a fan of suits so versatile that the rider can just keep riding (with a short stop for minimal adjustments, of course) whether he or she encounters heat, rain or cold. Last July, while attending the introduction of ...

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