Your first bike: What to wear

Posted: January 18, 2012 in Uncategorized

Did you know that motorcycle clothing is as equally important as the bike itself?

Riding gear is designed to make you feel comfortable and most importantly to protect you in an accident.

Even if the sun is glorious outside, that does not excuse anyone from wearing motorcycle clothing. Even if the roads are dry and visibility is clMotorcycle Clothingear, unfortunately that does not mean a accident will not arise. You need to be protected at all times.

It is important to purchase well-designed clothing.

The best waterproof suit on the market at the moment is the Spada System suit. Made with waterproof and windproof nylon, it guarantees maximum protection from the rain and wind. It also comes with waterproof zips and arm adjusters. To ensure maximum warmth, the suit has a removable quilted thermal lining. It has reflective panels so it will make you visible in the foggy weather conditions.

The Spada design also comes in a two piece suit, called the Spada 410. Some riders prefer the two-piece as it is quicker to put on and take off, which can be handy for toilet breaks! It comes equipped with the same features as the one-piece, plus a separate carry bag.

It is vital to protect your hands. They can be crushed or broken far too easily. Leather gloves with long gauntlets should likewise have impact protection on the knuckles and palms, and even wrists. Motorcycle clothing

To maximise protection, invest in a good helmet. As a legal requirement in Europe, it is important to consider these factors when choosing a helmet: is it comfortable? Is it competitively priced? Does it fit properly?

Motorcycle clothing can be expensive, but can you put a price on life?

Happy Riding,



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