Cool Finds: Motorcycle riding gear, retro helmets and more
Yes, it is possible to enjoy cool rides in hot weather; just wear a pair of Comfort Cool Sleeves from LDComfort.
Bell’s new Custom 500 marries Richter’s original style with modern technology, resulting in a light, strong, DOT-approved helmet.
Basically an ergonomically shaped paddle, the Crampbuster locks down on your throttle handle whenever the weight of your hand falls on it, giving your palm a place to rest when you’re on the throttle, thereby reducing hand fatigue and cramping.
The new AdaptivMounts feature the company’s AdaptivSorb anti-vibration technology, which is claimed to reduce the amount of vibration transferred to the mounted device by over 50 percent compared to other mounting systems, making them particularly appealing to owners of older motorcycles.
Like all its motorcycle riding jeans, drayko’s Classic for Men features a tough abrasion-, burst-, and tear-resistant blend of Kevlar and Dyneema fabrics, which drayko says is softer and more flexible than woven or knitted Kevlar.
Featuring DuPont Kevlar panels in the knees and seat and a heavy-duty waterproof and breathable Duraguard outer shell with a ballistic overlay in critical contact areas, the Quest waterproof motorcycle riding pants also feature CE-approved armor in the knees.