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Scorpion
EXO-R410 Helmet
$159.95 - $169.95
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Scorpion EXO-R410 Helmet The all new EXO-R410 elevates the standard for Scorpion's full face street helmet line. With a radically advanced shell design, the ultra-lightweight SNELL approved EXO-R410 c...
Alpinestars T-GP Plus R Air Jacket Multi-material outershell 450/600D polyester coated fabric with extended mesh panels Reflective details for nighttime visibility Shoulder stretch accordion panel Re...
Icon Squad 3 BackpackPack up, roll out…it's how we live. When the moment calls, it's time to bug out and hit the blacktop with all the necessary gear in tow. To accomplish this, we engineered the ICON...

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

Arjen (Atlanta, GA)

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great summer coat

This jacket flows a ton of air when you're up to speed, and in 65 F weather, you'll actually get cold! Also, for summer riding get a light colored coat, like the hi-viz (my choice) or the silver. A dark coat gets hot when you're going slow or standing still. The liner doesn't breath at all, so I don't ever use it. Even though I got the hi-viz, there are still plenty of people out there who do their very best NOT to see you. Yes, get the hi-viz for your own safety, but do stay vigilant of distracted drivers.

Install and forget about it

No need to carry two shields for day or night time riding. While I wish the shield was darker during the brightest sunlight, after a month of riding with the shield, I have never had an instance where the sunlight or glare distracted my vision, including when riding directly into early afternoon sunlight. It may not be 100% perfect since I would love for it to get about two shades darker, but I certainly don't miss carrying two shields around and honestly never notice the bright sun.

Char (Dyer, IN)

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great boot, runs big

I wear a 12, so I ordered a 12. I should've ordered an 11. I think a lot of the material is a leatherette, which won't stick to the whole "5% stretch" rule so it kinda just keeps growing. Order a half or full size smaller, worst case you just exchange for proper fit.

Eli (Jersey City, NJ)

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Too Baggy

I'm 5'11 195lbs barefoot and ordered the recommended size for me but its still too damn baggy- the waist is fine. The knee pads should be slightley higher than the current slots they have. Luckily I have leather racing riding pants for my ZX10R. I only use these pants for my tour bike ZG1000. Overall, the product is good but too baggy.

Nicole (Columbia, SC)

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Favorite Warm Weather Glove

These are my favorite gloves for warmer weather riding. I lost the left and am buying a replacement pair. I originally bought them because of the breathable fabric and the great fit. I was sold on the finger grips/markings (not that a passing bike can see them when I give a peace sign).

Richard (Homosassa, FL)

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Bell Revolver

I love the color (hi vis). Quality control on this unit was poor. It's intolerably noisy, even with ear plugs. The chin bar won't stay up (as in getting gas). It buffets at speed. It feels heavy. It pushes my eyeglasses sideways. I think it"s the worst helmet I"v ever owned and I presently own five, two are modular, a Fulmer and a Scorpion.

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