The strap locks that come standard on many motorcycles are the least secure way to lock your helmet. The problem with this locking system is that it leaves the helmet no more than a scissor's cut away from a thief’s possession.
Unless you live and ride in either the highest elevations or the northernmost latitudes, there will be times when you need help staying cool on your ride. There are days when vented and even mesh gear don’t quite cut it. This is when a good cooling vest can keep your core temperature to a more comfortable level. It is also important to note that keeping that core temperature at a reasonable level in extreme heat is important for rider safety on multiple levels.
There are some things that you can evaluate about a motorcycle cover straight out of the box. Other attributes take months and seasons of use to assess. I have given the Nelson Rigg UV-2000 as thorough a test as a cover should have.
Spoiler Alert: The Nelson Rigg UV-2000 has proven to be one most durable and useful motorcycle covers I have ever tested.
The OGIO Terminal Travel Bag is definitely among the best travel bags I have ever had the pleasure to review. I use this travel bag for everyday business trips. The internal features kick ass.
Caberg is an English motorcycle helmet manufacturer attempting to make waves in the lucrative, but crowded US market. The company comes to the US with a new design, the Hyper X helmet. It features a clear visor that virtually wraps around the entire helmet.
The Caberg Hyper X looks like something you will see in a Sci Fi movie, or to be specific it looks like something from the prop shop of Ridley Scotts Alien prequel "Prometheus".
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