There are a ton of different motorcycle glove options out there for us to pick from, but what features make a good adventure or dual sport glove? I will break down some of the common features in motorcycle gloves and you can use this article as a guide to help you find a glove that suits your needs.
When I started riding my dual sport bike I found a whole new type of gear was needed. I never had a dirt bike as a kid so I had no idea what offroad riding gear would be best for what I was doing. I also found that the available choices for gear that successfully crosses over between street and offroad is pretty limited.
The Sidi Discovery Rain boot is a multi season dual sport/adventure boot that bridges the gap between a road boot and a full mx boot. The Discovery is designed specifically for riders that need more comfort and flex than most mx boots provide.
The VikingBags AXE-30 Large Back Pack is a rare value. After using this back pack I can safely say that the price point packs a lot of value. If you are looking for a motorcycle back pack with low wind drag and a comfortable fit this is the one you need.
The debate between the klr650 Gen1 (2007 and older) and the Gen2 (2008 and newer) has been long debated and hashed over by many reviewers, experts and riders. Here's my opinion.
The Wolfman Expedition Dry Saddle Bags are a great option for waterproof motorcycle luggage. They offer a unique strapping system and a good size that allows reasonable capacity without being too wide for offroad riding.
The KLIM Dakar Riding Glove is a full feature low cuff enduro and off-road glove that packs a lot of function at a good price point.
The Wolfman Explorer Lite tank bag is a product that is big on capacity and quality. It was easy to install with a nice strap system and the Wolfman bag has worked out well on my Kawasaki KLR650.
As long as we ride hot vinyl and leather seats dressed up in our whale skin suits we will have issues that need to be dealt with. This is one of those uncomfortable topics to talk about, but once you find a system that works its easier to spend more time on the bike rather than cursing your seat, underwear, or Mother Nature. I personally have tried many products in order to find that perfect balance of comfort for long hours in the saddle.
There are two questions that plague motorcycle riders: “What bike is better?” or “What bike is right for me?” Ultimately, the second question is much more important than the first. Having the best bike has nothing to do with your enjoyment. Having the best bike for what you want, need, or expect is much better.
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