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Bell Vortex Rally HelmetThe Bell Vortex is every bit the helmet you'd expect of the Star's little brother. Developed in Bell's state-of-the-art Santa Cruz, Calif. Design center, the Vortex borrows hea...
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Hypersport Jacket
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Icon Hypersport Jacket The ICON Hypersport jacket is designed for precision at speed. Full leather chassis, aggressive attack fit, refined pre-curved arm design, and neoprene panels bring the jacket t...
Icon Field Armor Stryker VestIcon once said that 'their crashes' were violent street episodes. And that is God's honest truth. Vicious tumbling encounters across two lanes of coarse asphalt. Icon know...
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M-6 Rear Stand
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MotoStance M-6 Rear StandThe MotoStance M-6 Rear Motorcycle Stand is a high quality heavy duty motorcycle rear paddock stand which is constructed of thick heavy duty rolled steel with extra steel plug...

Motorcycle Superstore’s Street Bike Department

Motorcycle Superstores Street Motorcycle Department

Like the second home of the motorcycle, the street motorcycle department at Motorcycle Superstore brings together every imaginable part and piece of gear to create a place that is as natural feeling as riding your bike. Working its way from the sportbike to the street fighter to the sport touring bike, a selection of products has been created from brands like Alpinestars, REV’IT!, Icon, Joe Rocket and Tour Master to tailor the experience to your exact bike model and riding style. Prep yourself for the winter or the summer with new street bike helmets, jackets, boots and gloves that not only impress functionally but create the look you’re after. And because we aren’t immune to the temptation of tinkering, a laundry list of parts like tires, windshields, tank bags and slip-on exhaust pipes can be found in our street motorcycle parts and accessories departments.

Latest Reviews

Arthur (kerhonkson, NY)

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Snell Rated

To try Drag Racing I needed a Snell approved helmet. This was the most cost effective option. It does look big- looks like a Power Ranger. But, this must be due to the Snell rated design. Good snug fit, OK air flow. The anti roll off chin thing did come unsnapped. It went right back in place, but what if it unsnapped when I really needed it? Overall I am happy and would buy again.

Jen (Issaquah, WA)

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We like it!

Bought this for my daughter who wears a size 8. We bought the medium and it fit well. It is very feminine looking and we have not had any problems.

Holly (Northport, NY)

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Snug fit

Had to keep getting a bigger size and ended up with an XXL and it's still a bit tight. I've worn a L in other brands. Otherwise it looks and feels great.

L Luce (Maryville, TN)

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Never use weights again.

We've used these beads for years on our bikes. They work flawlessly. Just make sure to air your tire with the stem on the bottom side of the tire or a tiny bead may get stuck in the stem. For those that have trouble getting tires balanced with these maybe you had a bad tire. Tires with inner tubes, we used the vibration from a hair trimmer to help vibrate the little beads through the stem. With tubeless tires, they just pour in the stem.

Jeffrey (Powell, OH)

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Light ,packable,excellent.

I think they are great, especially at this price point I like these because they pack down nice in my topcase. They are waterproof, but nothing is waterproof on a motorcycle if things arent tucked properly. They arent the easiest to get on at roadside. Gotta be careful not to rip the inner lining with boot heels. I scrunch the leg up like a sock and get my foot all the way thru before pulling them up the leg. My first pair lasted 5 years.

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