Men's Cruiser Motorcycle Riding Gear

Bell Cruiser Helmets

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Bell Rogue HelmetPurpose built to guard against the elements, the new Rogue has the look of a half helmet with the comfort of a 3 quarter. Featuring an adjustable and removable muzzle, the Rogue offer...
River Road
Hoodlum Vintage Leather Jacket
$249.95 - $289.95
$224.99 - $260.99
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River Road Hoodlum Vintage Leather Jacket Features:Quality, medium-weight leather provides protection and comfort Vintage finish gives that broken-in look and feel Two front chest intake combination v...
Tour Master
Response WP 2.0 Road Boots
$109.99
$98.99
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Tour Master Response WP 2.0 Road Boots Tour Master has completely redesigned the Response 2.0 WP Boots for 2011. Taking on a more modern look, the Response 2.0 also benefits from water-repellent leath...

2014 New Arrivals

AGV RP60 Roy Helmet ACF (Advanced Composite Fiber) fiberglass outer shell with one shell size Dry-Comfort fabric with sanitizing treatment Completely removable and washable inner padding Double-D ret...
Roland Sands Design City Jacket "Rifle" top grain cowhide (.8-.9mm thick) Clean, everyday jacket with rider features Performance riding fit, with rotated, pre-curved sleeves, slight dropped back leng...
Biltwell Work GlovesThis is Biltwell's most versatile and rugged all-leather glove, and boasts features and styling bikeriders of every stripe recognize and appreciate. Like other gloves in Biltwell's...
AFX
FX-76 Metal Flake Helmet
$109.95
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AFX FX-76 Metal Flake Helmet Constructed from an aerodynamic shell design using advanced Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic for light weight and strength Chrome trim; flat black has black trim D-ring reten...

Men's Cruiser Motorcycle Riding Gear Department

Cruiser riding gear is so much more than a leather jacket and an open face helmet. Companies like River Road, Power Trip, Tour Master, Bell Helmets, Poker Run, Roland Sands and Icon have taken the traditional cruiser image and infused it with the latest materials, features and protective armor. From half-helmets with drop down sun visors to leather vests with hidden flexible armor, cruiser gear is more comfortable and convenient than ever. And yet for all the purists out there, traditional style gear with no frills is still readily available and just as stylish as ever. Be it leather jackets, boots, gloves, leather motorcycle pants and raingear, all the men’s cruiser motorcycle gear you can think of is right here.

Latest Reviews

C. Dorne (DFW, TX)

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Round heads only!

The Good: Great look, first class materials and finish at a competitive price point. The Bad: Incredibly poor fitment for oval head shapes. Tight front and back and loose on each side. Should be stamped with a 'Round Heads Only' warning. Oval heads will learn that ROCKHARD refers to the 'padding' on front and back that squeezes continually unless you buy oversize. The Ugly: It is still a bit on the large side, but it is DOT. Please take a look at Bell's shell sizing and follow suit.

M/W (Southeast WA, North Central ID, ID)

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They work well.

I recently returned from a 6 day trip across southern Montana in which I encountered a considerable amount of wet and sometimes cold conditions. These glove covers were great. As other reviewers have noted, they work best when tucked under your raincoat. The only problem I had was tucking them in by myself with the gloved hand as I was alone. These are a great value.

Crankcase (NJ, NJ)

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Looks Amazing, try it!

Got almond colored Ronin XL that was on sale. What a deal! I'm 6'1" and 185 lbs. and its a little loose so I added bulky armor. Got the fattest back protector and then cut it to fit so it would fill up my jacket. XL is great for layering in the fall.

Ken (Gig Harbor, WA)

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Z1R helmet

I've had the Z1R helmet for several weeks now and am very satisfied with it. I got the wine color to match the color of my Triumph. The fit and finish are very good, and I appreciate the extra visibility. This is my first open face helmet and I'm very happy with it.

Stefi (Carroll, IA)

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Fantastic

I love the way these fit my face. I have not changed the lenses yet since it is summer and bright. I have not had the option to ride in the dark yet, may change lenses then if need to. They get enough air circulation, without drying out my eyes (contacts). Price was a bit high, but if taken care of (cross the fingers) they will last forever.

Patrick (Harrisburg, PA)

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Swank helmet

Overall a solid quality helmet. The fit is a fairly snug when newly purchased, but not uncomfortable [I have a 7 5/8 hat size, size 62). I purchased the XL sized Shark Raw helmet, size 61]. Of course, the padding will conform more to one's head with regular wear. The visor lens is optically correct, tinted smoke and, at a guess, blocks out about 20% light. I purchased a spare plastic Bilt smoke lens ($10), which I will trim-to-fit inside the Shark visor. This way I can add/remove the secondary lensing inside the visor accordingly for daytime and nighttime riding. The visor and mask are somewhat tricky to join together, as is attaching the visor itself to the elastic helmet strap couplings. Be patient and work each affixing part with moderate pressure. It'll come together. Breathable air flow with the mask equipped is roughly average. Cooling air flow through the opened top vent is better than average. The helmet I received has standard double ring chin strapping, not the orange plastic strap lock as shown in some other media. The cost benefit is found more in styling rather than value, though the helmet is of good production quality. I do personally recommend the Shark Raw Helmet.

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