Gear Reviews

Arai Corsair X: Review – On the Track

Dani Pedrosa, Maverick Viñales, and Jonathan Rea, among many others, wear the Arai Corsair X. That little bit of info should be enough to convince you that this helmet will rise to whatever level of track day shenanigans you…

Knox Nexos: Review

When Knox sent over their new Nexos gloves for review, my first thoughts were that this was going to be a slightly less intense Handroid. What I came to find out was that the Nexos weren’t a lesser version…

Klim K fifty 1 Jean: Review

Safety and fashion are not always the easiest things to merge. On the one hand you have the need to save your skin, but on the other you want to look cool, or at least not like you’re sporting…

Spidi X-Tour H2Out Set : Review

I wasn’t familiar with Spidi’s line of multi-season touring gear. I had always thought of Spidi as a brand most at home on the race track. So when they sent over the X-Tour H2Out jacket and pants, I didn’t…

Arai Corsair-X : Review – On the Street

Arai’s Corsair series of helmets has been at the top of the helmet food chain for as long as I can remember. Each iteration brings more advancements and a continued dedication to providing racers with a top-of-the-line experience. The…

Spidi Combat Field H2Out : Review

Showing up on a bike looks kind of cool, right? Whether it be the office, a date, or the coffee shop, rolling up to your destination on two wheels sets a tone that you’re sort of a badass (or…

Eagle Rider : Review

Having the chance to get away from the day-to-day grind and see what the rest of the world has to offer is something many of us don’t enjoy nearly enough. Seeing sites, meeting new people, and tasting local fare…