I've got to be honest, I hate the look of most riding pants. That said, I want more protection than a simple pair of jeans can offer. That's what makes a pair of motorcycle riding jeans so perfect. While they don't offer as good of protection as most legit riding pants, the Kevlar reinforcement is better than nothing.
Here are three of the most affordable and highest rated motorcycle riding jeans out there. For a little over $100 you can get something that looks great and protects your buns, literally.
I don't like my gloves to be very flashy. I'm always going to choose some simple black leather gloves over something with tons of logos and colors. With that in mind, I have to note that these Milwaukee leather men’s premium perforated cruiser gloves are exactly the kind of thing I like.
If you keep your bike in a locked garage, you probably aren't all that worried about it getting stolen, but if you're like me and have had to park your bike somewhere else, then you should think about getting an anti-theft device or two for your motorcycle. There's a lot of different equipment out there. Some are better than others, so before you go out and buy any old motorcycle lock, make sure it actually works.
Your motorcycle helmet is probably the most important piece of gear you can wear. While I hate seeing riders wear only a helmet, if you could only wear one piece of gear, this is the one you better put on. Unfortunately, good helmets can get expensive. Luckily, there are some great helmets out there with price tags lower than their construction and features suggest.
I never get sick of checking out new gear. Recently, I came across this pair of boots, the Alpinestars Roam 2 Air Boots. These are a modified version of the previous Alpinestars boots that bore a similar name. They offer perforations in the textile material, letting your foot breathe better while riding. Let's take a closer look at what these boots offer.