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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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Harley-Davidson Pink Label Collection

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every year. The purpose of the campaign is to increase breast cancer awareness, raise funds for research and to remind women to be aware that early detection is key to survival. With that in mind, we wanted to let you know about the Pink ...

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Harley-Davidson Road Warrior 3-in-1 Jacket Review


By Jerry Smith With luggage space as limited as it is on many bikes, gear that performs more than one task isn’t just a good idea, it’s practically a requirement. Harley-Davidson’s new Road Warrior—a leather jacket with a removable hooded vest liner—is billed as a “3-in-1” jacket, and depending on how well you need it to succeed at those three ...

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Triumph Pantha SympaTex Motorcycle Jacket Review


[This Triumph Pantha SympaTex Motorcycle Jacket Review was originally published in the August 2007 issue of Rider magazine] Selling brand-designated clothing has created a good chunk of change in the motorcycle manufacturers’ pockets. Makes sense; drop ten grand on a Triumph motorcycle, one that you have lusted after for a long time, might as well put a couple of hundred ...

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BMW Streetguard 2 Motorcycle Riding Suit Review


[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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