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Helmets & Riding Gear
Your motorcycle does not provide the same level of protection as cars or other large four-wheeled vehicles. That means that every rider should prioritise his or her own safety when riding. Decorating your motorcycle, obtaining seat covers, a phone holder, and elegant wheel caps can all be done afterwards. Your safety, on the other hand, cannot be compromised. So, when you obtain your motorcycle, buy your helmet and riding gear at the same time. Everyone expects you to put this brain bucket on for a reason. The most delicate component of your body is your brain. And, in the event of an accident, the most important thing to do is to safeguard it first. However, it is inexcusable to allow other portions of your body to be injured. So, while breaking the speed limit may feel thrilling, avoid rash driving at all costs, especially in congested places. The following items must be included in your safety kit. Helmets are required whether you are riding or sitting behind the bike. Wearing a helmet is also required regardless of whether you are a casual or regular rider. You must realise that it is for your own safety and so is really crucial. You can choose from a number of quirky and cool-looking helmet riding gears available online. Models with a half-face design that resembles a hat are available. Then there are full-faced models, which protect your face and eyes as well. The open face design protects your ears but not your face, and the flip up design offers a protective visor to screen your eyes.
Riding Gear -
Your riding gear protects your other body parts. It includes biker-specific hand gloves, knee and arm rider guards, arm sleeves to protect your skin from the sun's rays, protective jackets with chest vest protectors, padded elbows, and back support, a waterproof saddle bag to store your first-aid kit, rain jackets, and other items, and balaclavas if you wear a face-open helmet.
Navigation AV receiver (AVIC-F980BT)
Sena DWO-5 Bluetooth technology is used in the BILT Techno 2.0 Sena Bluetooth Helmet to keep you in touch with your devices and other riders. You won't have to worry about struggling to fit speakers, a microphone, and a control unit inside your helmet because the integrated Sena system is already installed. The Techno 2.0 Sena Bluetooth Helmet is a wonderful alternative for commuting or touring because it also has an inbuilt drop-down sun shield and lots of breathability.
The Dexter Riding Shoes by BILT are entirely synthetic motorcycle riding shoes that mimic a pair of everyday sneakers. You can slip in and throttle out by avoiding the usual sneaker laces with a medial side zipper access.
Kids' O'Neal Element Boots
Many of the characteristics and engineering featured in the O'Neal Youth Element Boots are also found in their adult-sized siblings. Top-notch protection is provided by the Element Boots where it matters most thanks to a steel insert in the shank and moulded TPU impact plates at the shin and ankle. Three Snap-Lock buckles make entry simple. A metal toe guard further secures the Goodyear welt sole composition. The heel provides considerable support, the 3D mesh interior promotes airflow, and a variety of straps and buckles are available for replacement.
Cavalry helmet of Sena
A premium fibreglass half shell helmet with Bluetooth integration is the Sena Cavalry Bluetooth Helmet. There is no need to fiddle with speaker location, wire routing, or dealing with a microphone that protrudes in front of your face. It's all in the brim with the Sena Cavalry. Sena's cutting-edge sound processing eliminates wind and traffic noise, making your conversations startlingly clear. You can communicate with other Sena riders via a 4-way intercom or listen to FM radio while cruising along the freeway by using the on-board capabilities. By pairing your Sena with a Bluetooth-enabled mobile device, you can use features on your smartphone like navigation or hands-free calling.
Helmet, Icon Airflite Raceflite
Don't limit yourself to one one kind of riding. Wear a helmet that doesn't fit into any neat riding categories because you might not. The Icon Airflite Helmet can engage in weekend corner attacks and weekday traffic combat. It makes no difference if you are grasping clip-ons or browsing ape hangers. Whatever you ride, the Icon Air Flite Helmet doesn't give a damn. It only desires to move quickly and appear dangerous.
Jeans by REAX 610
The thin cut, five pocket perfection of the REAX 610s. The 610 Riding Jeans provide the fit and appearance you want with the motorcycle protection you need. They are made of 11.5 ounces of washed blue denim or 12 ounces of coated black denim with aramid reinforcements. They also contain CE Level 2 knee armour and pockets to install optional hip armour.
Jeans by Klim K Fifty 2
The Klim K Fifty 2 Jeans offer style, impact protection, and abrasion resistance. To prevent pavement from penetrating, DuPontTM Kevlar® layers are attached to heavy-duty Cordura denim. Impact protection at the CE standard is provided by D3O EVO knee and hip armour, which is completed by Poron XRDA at the tailbone. All of these safety elements are deftly concealed inside the trouser. There isn't a visible seam on the outside of the Klim K Fifty 2 jeans that would indicate that they are intended to protect motorcycle riders.
v2 of the Dainese Smart Jacket
The motorcycle equivalent of a life jacket was created by Dainese. You should always bike with safety equipment, even if you expect to never need it. The Dainese Smart Jacket is a solo airbag vest that you can use in a variety of circumstances and that combines Dainese's MotoGP knowledge. A vest (sleeveless jacket) made using D-air airbag technology that can be folded and conveniently stored in a bag, top box, or backpack. Wear the Smart Jacket underneath or over any other jacket or ensemble. You can wear the device with your leather street jacket or your birthday suit because its sensors and activation do not depend on a special shell to contain the electronics (not recommended).