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    Hornet X2 Solid Dual Sport Helmet
    $594.99 - $603.99
    $535.49 - $543.59
    You save up to $60.40 (10%)
    Shoei Hornet X2 Solid Dual Sport Helmet The all new design of the SHOEI Hornet X2 helmet is ideal for the dual-sport/adventure market that strikes the optimal balance between on and off road form and ...
    Alpinestars Andes Drystar Jacket 600D Polyester Fabric with PU coating 100% waterproof and breathable Drystar® construction with waterproof lining Removable thermal liner Dynamic® stretch panels on sl...
    Firstgear Kilimanjaro Jacket Hypertex™ Waterproof and Breathable outer shell made of 400 denier nylon and 100% seam sealed construction provides a barrier to keep the elements outside of the jacket T...
    G-Adventure Boots
    You save $41.96 (15%)
    Gaerne G-Adventure Boots This sport minded boot will keep your feet dry when the riding gets wet. Lightweight full grain leather construction provides a comfortable fit and long lasting wear. This boo...
    Fox Racing Titan Sport Jacket Full body under jersey coverage has a new standard withthe Titan Sport Jacket. Its complete plastic plating ofkey contact areas is unmatched. Its full mesh main bodyoffer...
    Mototrek Two-Piece Rainsuit
    You save $28.00 (40%)
    Motocentric Mototrek Two-Piece Rainsuit The MotoCentric Mototrek 2 PC Rain Suit is a sharp-looking rain suit designed to keep you dry and comfortable. It is Waterproof and utilizes Reflect-A-Light™ re...
    Western Power Sports
    Heated Grip
    You save $3.96 (9%)
    Western Power Sports Heated Grip Warms up to steady heat when engine is running Quality rubber is resistant to low temperatures and resists cracking Easy to use sealed controls Relay protected control...


    Adventure Touring is more than just a growing segment of the motorcycle industry, it is a riding lifestyle complete with unique dual sport motorcycle, specialized gear designed for the hardcore riders among us and an unlimited number of destinations to choose from. Explore places few people have ever seen, go places even fewer have ever been and do it all from the seat of your bike. When you are ready to gear up and point your GPS towards the road less traveled then we invite you to check out our Starter’s Guide to Adventure Touring for some helpful bike set-up tips, packing ideas and gear recommendations.

    Latest Reviews

    Mark (Sheldon, IA)

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    Others are envious.

    Not a lot of people wear modular helmets around here, and I don't understand why. I get amazing feedback from tons of bikers when I walk into bars carrying this helmet. Everyone loves the look and the features. The LED lights on the back receives the most praise.

    Karl (Wentzville, MO)

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    Great road performance KLR650

    4,000 miles on twisty, often wet pavement. Grip was very good, always felt planted and secure. Some gravel and dirt roads with no problems(KLR650). Slippery in the mud, but any road oriented tire will be. Plenty of life left. I estimate another 2,500 to 3,000 miles on the rear. Outstanding.

    Desmond (Canning Vale, WA)

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    Alpinestars Venture Jacket

    Great product with even better service from Motorcycle Superstore. Perfect choice for product and supplier.

    jT (Rochester, MN)

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    Good Materials and Workmanship - Poor Design

    5'11" and 220 lbs. Either XL or XXL according to the size chart. I chose the XL. It is right on. Snug with both liners. Plenty of room without liners. Sleeve-length is adequate. Over-use of Velcro. Should use more snaps. Pockets are too small, too difficult to access, and don't have weather protection. Flip-phone pocket is outdated. 3-in-1 jacket design is a nice concept but poorly executed. For the time and effort it takes to put these pieces together, they should be more unified.

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