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Last Days of Motorcycling, 2011 Edition

Last Days of Motorcycling, 2011 Edition

I knew that I was going to have make some concessions when we moved up to Minnesota. I knew I was going to drastically reduce my motorcycle riding schedule, but this year has been a rough transition. As the days tick by and fall comes to a close, I am filled with anxiety about the […]

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Random Motorcycling Tip #24: Riding in the Heat

Random Motorcycling Tip #24: Riding in the Heat

Last Wednesday I rode my motorcycle to work. As usual, I wore street clothes (shorts, A-shirt, t-shirt) underneath my motorcycle jacket, and overpants. As usual, I wore my chest and back protector, my motorcycle boots, and motorcycle gloves. While hardly anyone in Minnesota wears a helmet, I wore my full-face Bell Star helmet. As usual. […]

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Bridging the Gap: Silk Motorcycle Glove Liners

Bridging the Gap: Silk Motorcycle Glove Liners

I review the silk motorcycle glove liners made by Tour Master. They are lightweight, inexpensive, and help keep my hands warm during cooler temperatures.

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Tourmaster Synergy heated motorcycle glove review

Tourmaster Synergy heated motorcycle glove review

I review the Synergy electric heated motorcycle gloves by Tourmaster. They provide just enough heat to get the job done, but I would be happier with the gloves for $50 less.

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Tourmaster Transition 2 textile motorcycle jacket review

Tourmaster Transition 2 textile motorcycle jacket review

I follow a simple phrase about motorcycle safety equipment: “All the Gear, All the Time.” That means protective gloves, boots, pants, jacket and of course a helmet. The difficult thing about ATGATT — besides being getting funny looks in public — is that the comfort and performance of your gear can totally make or break […]

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