Women's Street Bike Gear

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Women's Street Bike Department

More than just basic protection, women’s motorcycle gear has experienced a rebirth of sorts and is now producing gear that not only fits better than ever but also blends modern fashion with real riding protection. From jackets to gloves to pants, brands like Alpinestars, Shoei, Icon, Scorpion and REV’IT! have stepped up their game and changed the perception of what is possible. Motorcycle Superstore is proud to carry the full selection of women’s motorcycle gear and cover everyone from the sportbike track day rider to the daily commuter. Find helmets, riding suits, vests and heated gear and prepare yourself for riding in the heat, cold, urban jungle and scenic countryside.

Latest Reviews

YooperGal (Marquette, MI)

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Great jacket!

I wanted something that would be protective but have good breath-ability. On a hot day, I take the liner out and it feels great! The zippers on the wrists do tend to unzip themselves frequently, however that's the only complaint I have. Overall I am pleased that I picked this jacket.

Marisa (Painesville, OH)

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Love them!

I took a gamble on these boots, hoping they would fit and serve their purpose. They do have about an inch and a half heel, which is good because I am 5'2" tall. I highly recommend these. Also, there is plenty of room to tuck your jeans in.

Terry (Delaware, OH)

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HJC helmet cheek pads

The HJC RHAP 10 helmet finally fits with the large size cheek pads (I wear a size medium helmet)! The large pads make room for my over sized cheek bones. Thanks MC-Superstore for carrying this item.

Ken K (Wellington, ON)

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BELL MAG-9 HELMET CHEEK PADS

I purchased these pads hoping that they would make my 2012 Bell Mag-9 helmet fit better, especially around the arms of my glasses. It was difficult to judge what size cheek pad would be appropriate. Ultimately, I will have to do some trimming, etc. to get the comfortable fit I want.

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