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Featured Street Items

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...
Hypersport Jacket
$340.00 - $390.00
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...
M-6 Rear Stand
You save $10.00 (13%)
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

Donald B (Sioux City, IA)


Gel batteries are great

I was tired of taking my battery out of bike, and adding water. I researched different batteries, and ordered the Gel battery. I took it out of the box, put it in my Kawasaki Vulcan 500, and it started right up. As always delivery was prompt.

Ninja 500EX (Kittanning, PA)

Air flow
Cost Benefit

Youth Helmet for Female Adult

Most adult/women helmets are too big and heavy for me. This is the smallest shell size and weighs 2.5 lbs. The small is for 18.5-18.9" and my actual measurement is about 20" and I have an oval head. Youth HJC or GMax shells are bigger and weigh about 3.5lb. The wind noise on any of these is comparable to any other basic full-face. I ride a lot and the light-weight and tight fit is worth a little wind noise to me.

brenda (springville, NY)

Cost Benefit

Lasted 1 1/2 years

my husband loved this ...worked great until the main zipper broke :( after only a year and a half....disappointed

Adam (Michigan City, IN)

Cost Benefit

Nice and light

This large feels good in the cheeks but seems to sit to low on the brow. The visor controls work well but make quite a bit of noise compared to the right side of the helmet. I may rig up a spoiler to block the wind and reduce the noise. It's quite light and the peripheral vision is okay. The helmet flows a good amount of air when you want it to and is good about blocking it with the vents shut. I have stayed comfortable down to 45*F so far and don't foresee a problem around freezing temps.

Mr Nick (Pickerington, OH)

Cost Benefit


Didn't fit at all. Poor design: the fit was too small for any practical use. It wouldn't even fit my 13-year old daughter. There is no nose vent to breathe through if you pull the thing up, and it's dreadfully uncomfortable otherwise - it even popped a couple of stitches in the act of putting it on. The cut of the neck is slack. The bib is tiny and hardly fits into my jacket. It's just an overpriced way to make yourself irritated and distracted on the road. Waste of $$

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