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  • Best Denim Jackets for Men
    by Hot Bike Commerce Team on 03/03/2021 at 10:23 pm

    Products History has long shone a loving light on these classic American jackets Denim jackets for men are making a comeback. As a classic, they never truly left, but they definitely faded into obscurity after the ‘90s as men’s fashion evolved.

  • Best Men’s Jogger Pants
    by Christopher Homer on 18/02/2021 at 8:49 pm

    Products Look stylish and feel comfortable in the best joggers for men. Joggers are a combination of style and luxury. These trendy pants are a result of the boom in athletic and leisure wear.




  • Icon Stormhawk Waterproof Boots
    by Geoff Baldwin on 14/04/2021 at 1:28 pm

    On average it rains 164 days a year in Portland, Oregon. Not what you’d call the ideal climate for motorcyclists. But this just so happens to be home to riding gear manufacturer Icon. As you’d expect, as a result of having to endure such soggy conditions, Icon has developed a range of tried and tested wet weather riding gear. Field-tested on the saturated streets of Portland and across Oregon’s waterlogged mountain ranges these are the Icon 1000 Stormhawk Waterproof boots. The post Icon […]

  • Good Oman – Katros CB400 Super Four
    by Geoff Baldwin on 12/04/2021 at 12:32 pm

    The Honda CB400 Super Four is the embodiment of Universal Japanese Motorcycle Design. It’s a general-purpose standard motorcycle built to do one thing and do it well – travel from A to B without skipping a beat – and it’ll do it all day long. This is why the CB400 Super Four platform has been a consistent top seller in Japan for decades. With a modest 55bhp on tap, the CB400 Super Four is no rocket. However thanks to its The post Good Oman – Katros CB400 Super Four appeared first on […]




  • Smol wonder: A Honda CT125 inspired by Mad Max
    by Chris Hunter on 12/04/2021 at 5:01 pm

    There’s something irresistible about tiny motorcycles. According to scientists, we’re drawn to objects that are smaller than usual because they pose less danger, they remind us of toys, and they give us a feeling of control. That would explain the cultural appeal of mini marvels like Japanese Kei trucks, and the Honda Grom. And classics like the Piaggio Ape three-wheeler, originally adapted from the Vespa scooter. Plus the Super Cub, the Australian CT110 ‘Postie Bike’ … and this […]

  • Speed Read, 11 April 2021
    by Wesley Reyneke on 11/04/2021 at 5:01 pm

    MV Agusta updates the Superveloce, while Ironwood Custom Motorcycles partners with a US-based shop. Plus we’ve got a handsome Yamaha SR400 from Vietnam, and two videos to end your weekend with: a Honda Hawk build, and an interview with Pierre Terblanche. Yamaha SR400 by DOTi Motorcycle We’ve seen almost every iteration of the venerable Yamaha SR possible, but this SR400 stands out. It’s from Nguyen Dinh Trung at DOTi Motorcycle in Vietnam, and it manages to look amazing without conforming […]



  • Barkbusters Hand Guards | Gear Review
    by Arden Kysely on 08/04/2021 at 2:46 pm

    Barkbusters hand guards were one of the first accessories I installed on my new 2009 BMW F 800 GS. Over the ensuing years they’ve survived numerous drops, dumps and branches, suffering only scratches. Most importantly, my hands and levers remained intact. Their performance on my GS made it a no-brainer to install them for up-front The post Barkbusters Hand Guards | Gear Review first appeared on Rider Magazine.

  • Scorpion EXO-ST1400 Caffeine Helmet | Gear Review
    by Moshe K. Levy on 08/04/2021 at 1:17 am

    Scorpion’s new EXO-ST1400 Caffeine is a solid value in the competitive field of midline full-face helmets, boasting several unique features that many more expensive brands don’t offer. Chief among them are its resin-infused 3K carbon fiber shell, and the AirFit cheek pads, which can be rapidly inflated or deflated via onboard valves. The final package The post Scorpion EXO-ST1400 Caffeine Helmet | Gear Review first appeared on Rider Magazine.