As those of us in the northern hemisphere hunker down and prepare for what looks to be a hell of a winter, our attention turns towards gear that can handle snow/ice/rain and handle sub-zero temperatures.
“The Raiden Files – Portland to Dakar” is a 30 minute film featuring some of the most spirited riding you’ll ever see in the saddle of a Triumph Tiger. The film has a blend of urban riding, off road riding and extreme off road riding with a number of fairly wince inducing accidents.
The Kawasaki ZX-7 is a relatively rare motorcycle, 1994 was the final model year before Kawasaki brought out the far more famous Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7R. That said, the ZX-7 does have a loyal following in the US and around the world meaning spare and custom parts are easy to come by.
The Rimfire Glove is part of Icon’s new Icon 1000 collection, the glove uses technologically advanced D3O® knuckle armour and an array of convex rivets on the palm to protect your hands from road rash.
This jacket, dubbed the “Chapter Jacket” is part of the new Icon 1000 line, it’s made from 100% Brazilian cowhide, has reinforced seams and zippers as well as a full set of CE approved impact protectors in the shoulder, elbow and back areas.
The Elsinore Boot by Icon is part of their all new Icon 1000 range, the collection is made up of no-nonsense helmets, boots, clothing, gloves and other gear, largely designed to survive and thrive in a post apocalyptic, overrun-with-zombies future-scape from hell. Meaning they’ll be able to handle your regular commute without blinking an eye.
Icon have become known for turning out some of the best moto-gear in the business, the above jacket is no exception. Called the Hella Crossbone Racer jacket it’s currently only made for women, which is kind of a shame as I know a stack of XYs who would jump on a jacket like this (me…