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Brand New Shiney Motorcycles Means Brand New Motorcycle Gear

With all these Brand New Shiney Motorcycles around for 2018, shouldn’t that mean that you should get Brand New Motorcycle Gear for yourself and that brand new motorcycle too? We at AMERiders love bright shiny new things we could play with them all day long but then we would never get any work done. So, we decided to offer up a few ideas for new gear to go along with a few bikes that are coming out this year.

The 2018 HD Softail Low Rider
Brand New Motorcycle Gear
The 2018 HD Softail Low Rider

This beauty which we showcased in our last blog is built to eat up the miles. So, why not find some gear that will last and eat up the miles with it.  With its classic rake on the front end and it’s 70’s inspired graphics combined with modern cast wheels and LED forward lighting who wouldn’t decide that they didn’t need gorgeous new gear with their new bike?

Brand New Motorcycle Gear
Men’s Jacket With Eagle

Try out motorcycle apparel like this Men’s Jacket With Eagle it features the saying Live to Ride Ride to Live Highlighted in brown with the American Eagle clutching a USA shield.The brown is a classic look and would offset the classic look of the Low Rider perfectly adding to great Brand New Motorcycle Gear for this bike.

Other features of this classic jacket include a full, zip-out lining that runs through the sleeves, epaulets on the shoulders, a fold-down collar with button snaps, and a sturdy, front zip-up closure. Adjust it for comfort and fit with the leather belt, side laces, and zippered cuffs. No matter where you ride or how, you’ll be able to bring along some of your things with two waist pockets, a stash pocket, and a zippered pocket on the left front.

The 2018 HD Roadster

Brand New Motorcycle Gear
The 2018 Roadster

The 2018 Roadster combines stoplight-to-stoplight power, agility, and garage-built custom style to shatter every mold. WIth its blacked out styling from mirrors to exhaust shields and back its dark edge is sleek and mysterious.

Brand New Motorcycle Gear
Women’s Biker Boot Black

For stoplight-to-stoplight grip of the asphalt try our boots like this pair of Women’s Biker Boots in Black is a serious riding boot that looks just as great as it performs. Made for the open road featuring one piece molded outsole, side zipper for easy on and off, and oil resistant outsole. Gripping the asphalt is important so that you can keep the bike from going over or sliding out from underneath you, and our boots have great grip. Since this bike is powerful these boots are a great item to pair with it again for that Brand New Motorcycle Gear.

The 2018 HD Softail Deluxe

Brand New Motorcycle Gear
The 2018 Deluxe

The 2018 Softail Deluxe is Show-stopping, old-school glam, Deluxe is a nostalgic Boulevard custom that turns heads. It’s dripping with chrome, from stem to stern. The signature LED headlight is complemented by LED running lights featuring integrated LED turn signals. The all-LED lighting is filled out in the rear with a Tombstone taillight and turn signals. The Deluxe’s performance is updated, thanks to the Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine and the new, more capable Softail chassis. ABS is standard.

Brand New Motorcycle Gear
Diamond Plate 25mm Universal Motorcycle Replacement Handlebar Grips

So what should you pair with this bike for Brand New Motorcycle Gear, that is a good question for old school glam bike dripping with chrome? You find something that is dripping with chrome or looks old school or both. We have a list some of our chrome items available here.  From Handle bar grips to Motorcycle Mirrors and More We are sure there are plenty of Brand New Motorcycle Gear items you will find to fit any new motorcycle you find this year.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

Brand New Motorcycle Gear

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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Let AMERiders help you find Brand New Motorcycle Gear for your Brand new 2018 Motorcycle.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures, and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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Preparing for That Awesome Spring Motorcycle Ride That Is Rounding the Corner

AMERiders are here to help you in Preparing for That Awesome Spring Motorcycle Ride that Is quickly Rounding the Corner and gaining on us. For some of you that may have already happened, as you may live in a warmer climate such as Florida like our Website manager does. As Spring rounds the corner it means one thing for bikers: time to hit the road with wheels burning! First things first before you take that first Spring Motorcycle Ride make sure your gear is ready. Don’t worry getting your gear ready for spring is not as difficult as you may think, however, it does take a bit of checking and searching.  Then you will be out in the wind having fun. Here are a few tips that AMERiders thinks will help get you ready.

Check your helmet!
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DOT Full Face Skull Pile Motorcycle Helmet

If your (lid, brain bucket, or whatever you call your helmet) is older than 5 years, replacing it is something you might want to consider doing. The Snell Foundation and most of the helmet manufacturers will tell you that glues, resins and other materials that are used in manufacturing a helmet can break down over time. Things like hair oils, body fluids, and cosmetics, as well as normal “wear and tear” can all be contributors to this breakdown. Plus, every five years there are great advances in materials, designs, production methods and the standards that go into making and manufacturing helmets.

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Polo Helmet Lady Rider Silver

You may have heard some of your brothers and sisters say….”I heard that if a helmet hits the ground, it should be replaced.” This old biker’s tale isn’t necessarily true, but it isn’t really false either and it can get expensive. If you dropped your helmet on the garage floor don’t break out your wallet yet. You don’t necessarily need to replace it. Look at the manufacturer’s specs. If it says to replace it, follow instructions.

However, a common practice with today’s helmet technology is that if it’s not visibly cracked after it’s been dropped, then you don’t need to replace it. The problem with that is that is that you can’t see what is on the inside. The best thing to do is to go to your nearest dealership that you trust and have them inspect it. What we mean by you trust, is that you trust to check it and not say oh you need a new one just cause they want the money to sell you a new one.

Gloves – the unsung hero of apparel.
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Long Leather Summer Motorcycle Glove

Your hands are just as important as you are, you know this as of you don’t have your hands you can’t ride the bike. Gloves are so much more than “something bikers wear to look the part.” In spring, finding the right motorcycle gloves to start your season are important. The type of glove is important whether Summer or winter gloves will depend on how chilly your Spring actually is in your area of the world.

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Stitched Eagle On Women’s Motorcycle Gloves

When Spring rolls around and the temp goes up, it may be time to consider summer gloves. And therein lies a different choice. Do you go fingerless gloves or Kevlar-filled safety gloves? Riding can be a challenge in blistering heat, under the hot melting sun. Wearing gloves during warm-weather riding is important for hand protection, and to keep cool and comfortable, choose the right gloves for the season.

Riding Pants or Chaps
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Women’s Leather Chaps With Pink Stripes

The battle lines are drawn. More often than not Americans will don chaps, however,  European and Japanese motorcycle fans seem to wear full riding pants. Is that the only difference? If you throw your leg over a Triumph cafe bike, do you have to only wear leather riding pants? Or if you’re on a Road King, is your only option chaps?

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Textile Motorcycle Pants

No, course it isn’t it’s your bike it is your choice in what you wear on your legs. When Spring hits, it may be a bit chilly so you’ll naturally have gear. But as the weather warms, you might be inclined to shed the layers. There’s no law against not wearing chaps or pants, but keeping safety and of course comfort in mind. Chaps and riding pants are definitely a safety choice when it comes to riding.

What about the Bike
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PVC Throw-over Motorcycle Saddlebag

You can’t forget your bike either is it geared up and ready to go for short or long rides? Some of us like to take those short rides but still, they may be longer than our usual run around town so we need to make sure that our Bike is geared up as well. Things like sissy bar bags, windshield bags, toolbar bags, and saddlebags are important things to help us get ready to ride.

Don’t forget though those long hauls we like to make which call for motorcycle luggage or if your just riding around town don’t forget you can use a backpack as well.

Last but certainly not least
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Women’s Biker Boot Black

Boots! Your feet are what help you hold the bike up. They need to have good soles and great tread and needs to at least be waterproof as well as come up over your ankles in case the bike does go over they help to keep your ankles from being totally crushed.

The Bottom Line

As spring blossoms, your gear will help keep you warm and safe. Be sure to prepare for changing climates as well as finding your personal style. AMERiders has plenty of all of the above available for you here. Questions that you do need to ask yourself before you set out on your ride. Do your gloves need to be replaced? How is the tread on your boots? How old is your helmet and how many times has it been dropped? Think about these things and more before you set out on your ride.

~And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

Spring Motorcycle Ride

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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Let AMERiders help you get ready for your Spring Motorcycle Ride with our large selection of Motorcycle gear.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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Things You Should Do Before Riding a Motorcycle! Information to Know!

AMERiders believes that everyone should be informed about certain information before setting out to ride a motorcycle for the first time. Which is why we want to give you a list of things to do before Riding a Motorcycle.

Riding a motorcycle can be intimidating at first, however, with the right approach, it can be safe, fun and enjoyable.  Plus, it also helps to know what you’re getting into when you decide to take the plunge. It is similar to getting your driver’s license and buying your first car. However, for some of us when we bought our first car our parents were guiding us through it. Those looking to start riding may not know a rider to get advice and guidance from. With that in mind, we have broken the process down into a few easy steps for you. This is an overview and not a detailed guide, but it should give you a good idea of what you need to do to get started.

Take a Motorcycle class.
Riding a Motorcycle
Take a Motorcycle Riding class.

There are a lot of people who’ll tell you that if you can ride a dirt bike, you’ll be fine on a motorcycle. Those people are just plain wrong. There are some people who will tell you that you should just buy your first motorcycle and teach yourself to ride it with the help of some YouTube videos. Those people are complete idiots. Riding a motorcycle may be a lot like riding a heavy bicycle, but young riders who don’t know what they’re doing get themselves killed. The goal of riding a motorcycle is to have fun, not to get yourself killed.

Your best chance of having fun and not getting killed is to take a class offered by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, or local motorcycle dealership. These people know what they’re doing, and while you won’t be an expert rider at the end of your course, you’ll be competent at the basics. Handling a bike at low speeds and taking a corner properly are not skills that come naturally, so having people who know what they’re doing there while you practice these skills is invaluable.

Buy a cheap Motorcycle.

New motorcycle riders are a lot like new drivers in the sense that their lack of experience leads to a lot of wrecks. In fact, something like 50% of all motorcycle wrecks happen in the first six months for riding a motorcycle. Even if a new rider doesn’t have a wreck in the first six months, a bike that’s good for beginners is going to get old quickly, and new riders rarely keep their first bikes for long. If you spend a lot of cash on your first bike and wreck it, you just wasted a lot of money. If you spend a lot of money on a bike and sell it nine months later, you’re going to have to eat some serious depreciation, and you just wasted a lot of money.

Riding a Motorcycle
Honda’s are not real expensive motorcycles.

Most new riders want a bike that looks cool, but cool bikes are usually expensive and powerful, two things that new riders absolutely don’t need. There’s no hard and fast rule for how much money you should spend on your first bike, but it should be a pretty insignificant amount. We recommend spending less than $1,000, but even if you’re well off, don’t spend more than $3,000. Anything more than $3,000 is just a waste. As far as what type of bike to buy, standards and small cruisers are best for beginning riders.

Buy a great set of motorcycle safety gear

Motorcycle safety gear may not be convenient or make you feel cool, but it’s also the stuff that keeps you from leaving your skin on the highway or exposing your brain to asphalt. That makes safety gear incredibly important. We know that not everybody who rides wears a full safety suit, but do you know why MotoGP riders get up from wrecks looking more disappointed than dead? It’s not because the track is made out of couch cushions. It’s because they’re wearing full head-to-toe safety gear.

Riding a Motorcycle
MotoGP Wreck(Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

At the very minimum, even in a state where you can legally ride without a helmet, you should wear a full-face helmet, a motorcycle jacket, and gloves every time you ride. If you wreck while wearing nothing but a T-shirt, it’s going to hurt a lot worse than it needs to. You should also own and wear motorcycle pants and boots as well.

Unlike your first motorcycle, your first set of safety gear should not be inexpensive or disposable. The bike itself is insignificant, but you are not. Buy quality safety gear. If you spend $1,000 on a bike and $1,000 on safety gear, you’ll be a lot better off than if you buy a $2,000 bike and wear a helmet the previous owner threw in for free. Even better, you won’t be wearing a helmet that’s still crusty with the previous owner’s sweat. Plus you will know that the helmet you are wearing will protect you as it is new and not been bounced off the concrete or floor several times weakening the integrity of the helmet.

Buy insurance (very important)
Riding a Motorcycle
Having Motorcycle insurance is very important

Despite the fact that motorcycles offer a high level of performance for very little money. Insuring one cost next to nothing. In fact, your yearly payment probably won’t be that much higher than the monthly payment on your car insurance. Aside from it being the law in a lot of states and a requirement to get a license, motorcycle insurance gives you additional coverage if you end up needing medical treatment from an accident. Any damage to a $1,000 motorcycle is irrelevant, but any damage to you is incredibly important to fix.

Get your license
Riding a Motorcycle
get your license

Assuming you pass your Motorcycle Riding class, you’ll still need to go get your license. It will be a little tedious — just like getting your driver’s license was — but the good news is, you’ll only have to take the written portion of the test. You will have already taken a written test in your MSF class, so the one that the DMV gives you will be a piece of cake, but you’ll still have to jump through that hoop in order to get your license.

Register your bike
Riding a Motorcycle
Registering your motorcycle is essential

Registering your motorcycle is essentially the same as registering your car, which means it’s a mildly inconvenient but fairly straightforward. You hand over documentation that the bike is yours, cut a check, and receive your tiny new license plate. It screws onto the back of your bike, and you go home happy. The law also requires you to go through this process, and if you refuse, it makes your friendly neighborhood law enforcement officers unhappy.

Failure to register your vehicle is going to turn any routine traffic stop into a much bigger hassle, though, so just go ahead and follow the law.

Above all be safe
Riding a Motorcycle
DOT Full Face Winebury Modular Motorcycle Helmet helps to stay safe

Once you have all the boring stuff squared away, it’s time to enjoy your motorcycle. In the beginning, you’re going to have fun no matter how fast you’re going, so take it slow and don’t do anything stupid. For the first six months, you should be going on short rides, getting to know your bike, and enjoying the fact that you’re now a proud, motorcycle owner. You also need to wear your safety gear every time you go for a ride. It may feel lame and be a bit inconvenient, but the spending time in the hospital after a wreck would be even more lame and even more inconvenient.

While you’re riding, never forget that everyone and everything is trying to kill you, and that includes the road itself. Constantly keep an eye out for other drivers who are trying to run you over. You also need to keep an eye out for gravel and dirt that might cause you to lose traction and crash. Animals on and in the road are also a big concern, and while you’ll probably come out looking better than the deer you hit, it’s never going to be pretty. Be assertive, be careful, and most of all, be safe.

Finally Resist the temptation to move up to the cooler, heavier, more powerful motorcycle. If you do upgrade go midsize and not all out. after at least a year or two from your new motorcycle. That is all the advice we have for you today.

And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

Riding a Motorcycle

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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AMERiders wants to ensure you are safe when Riding a Motorcycle as well as having fun.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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What’s Black & Orange and Chilling All Over? We’ll give you a guess or two!

AMERiders has a riddle for you, What’s Black & Orange  and chilling all Over? We will give you a hint : it smells like leather and makes you look great when riding your bike during the year. That’s right our motorcycle apparel. We have a great selection of lots of chilling (or warming) apparel to keep you stylish year-round. Halloween isn’t just for the kiddo’s everyone loves dressing up and having fun being someone or something else at least once during the year. Why not add a bit of pizzazz to your wardrobe?

Black & Orange Jackets

What rider wouldn’t want a sweet Black & Orange Jacket? I know I would! We have jackets for men and women in many styles and fabrics. Like the two listed below.

Black & Orange
Men’s Racer Jacket With Side Laces

Our Men’s Racer Jacket With Side Laces is a racing style jacket  made from Top Grade genuine leather, with reflective piping across the front and back of the jacket.  It has a nice quilted lining for warmth on cold rides as well as vents to cool you off as well. This gorgeous jacket is also accented in an amazing orange color as well as side laces. Other great features include features a lining that zips out as well as runs through the sleeves, light reflective piping on the front and back, two air vents to keep you cool while riding, multiple pockets to hold your items, adjustable Velcro straps, zippered and snap cuffs for a great fit!

Black & Orange
Women’s Textile Jacket With White Orange Stripes

Our Women’s Textile Jacket With White Orange Stripes  is made from a durable textile material and is black with orange and white racing stripes on the front and back of the jacket with slant pockets on the front of the jacket.

Black & Orange Vests of all styles and fabrics

We have all manner of vests for men and women in Black & Orange as well as in many other colors as well.  I know we all love a good vest and this ladies vest is no exception.

Black & Orange
WOMEN,S BLACK ORANGE VEST WITH FRINGES

Our Women’s Black and Orange Vest With Fringe will help you blaze a different trail while wearing this top-grade, genuine soft touch leather vest. You’re sure to stand out from the pack with the orange flame design and black and orange fringe on front and back. The nylon lining and snap up design wrap you in comfort while multiple pockets inside and out provide all the storage you need. You don’t ride to fit in and your clothes let everybody know.

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Men’s Black Orange Leather Vest

Gents we didn’t forget you look at this sleek beauty…….Our Men’s Black Orange Leather Vest is a black and orange colorway in the depths of this set vest cuts right through the chest of this heavy duty soft naked cowhide leather. Flashiness comes with the perk of having a great product. The combination of these black and orange reflective strips make for a safer, less unsettling midnight drive experience. As the vest is lined, we can assure that it will fit like a glove. With its 6 interior pockets and its 2 front main pockets, you can hold all of your essentials and anything else you please. The Velcro straps are created for a better feeling and fit as you wear it. This is something that will join your collection through pure enjoyment.

Be seen with a helmet in Black & Orange!
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HJC Buzzsaw MC-7 Full Face Motorcycle Helmet

Being seen while riding is important but not everyone wants to wear a Hi-Vis yellow helmet! So why not just make it a striking helmet in a bright color? This HJC Buzzsaw MC-7 Full Face Motorcycle Helmet can help do just that.

The HJC Buzzsaw is a premier street bike race weapon offering a shape and design made in the fire that is MotoGP. Their utmost priority was to achieve a maximum level of aerodynamics as well as venting. Proving itself out on the racetrack with Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies, the Buzzsaw RPHA-10 takes to the streets with extreme comfort and safety at a reasonable and price more than comparable to the competition.

We don’t always work.

You might think that we at AMERiders work almost all the time. Well, that just isn’t true, we get out and mingle and party just like the rest of you. Like last night we had fun at Harley-Davidson of Pensacola at their Harley-ween Bash. We couldn’t take a lot of pictures because of well this is a family site we will just put it that way but we did see Mr. Stay Puft (sorry about the picture he wouldn’t stand still for it) and a freaky clown that glowed and changed color, and a ton of our brothers and sisters. But here are a few pictures that we did take.

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Dancing Mr. Stay Puft
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Color Changing Clown picture a
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Color Changing Clown picture b
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Large Crowd

 

 

 

 

 

And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~But this month do it spookily~

Black & Orange

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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Let AMERiders wish you a safe Black & Orange Halloween. Don’t forget your spooky gear!

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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Stay Warm While You Ride with Winter Motorcycle Gear!

If any of you are by chance still riding since the cooler weather has hit, let us help you stay warm with our Winter Motorcycle Gear. AMERiders has everything to help keep you and your passenger warm from classic leather jackets to gloves and more for everyone.

Classic Jackets for Men, Women, and Children

A great way to stay warm while riding is with one of our classic leather jackets for Ladies, Gents or Children in all fashions and styles. Check out these few below or More from our Apparel Section.

Winter Motorcycle Gear
Men’s Motorcycle Jacket With Z/O Lining

Stay warm with our Men’s Motorcycle Jacket With Z/O Lining  is embossed on the back is the American Eagle clutching a USA shield with your motto on top and beneath. Other features include a full, zip-out lining that runs through the sleeves, epaulets on the shoulders, a fold-down collar with button snaps, and a sturdy, front zip-up closure.

Winter Motorcycle Gear
Ladies Solid Buffalo Leather Jacket

Ladies, can you picture yourself, in our stunning Ladies Solid Buffalo Leather Jacket ? It is solid black and made from genuine buffalo leather. It’s Durable Construction Features two zippered exterior pockets and two interior pockets. To give you a comfortably snug fit it is gathered at the sides and is fully lined as well.

Winter Motorcycle Gear
Teens Leather Motorcycle Jacket With Snap Down Collar

Keep your “mini-you” warm with our Teens Leather Motorcycle Jacket With Snap Down Collar . It is a great jacket to start off your teen biker with. This beauty is made from Top Grade Genuine Leather and will make them feel like they are one of the pack. Features of this sweet leather jacket include: Snap collar, half roller belt buckle and side laces for a better fit, multiple pockets, zippered cuffs all for a cool looking jacket.

Gloves for Men and Women.
 Winter Motorcycle Gear
All Leather Motorcycle Gauntlet Glove

It is very important not only to keep your hands protected while riding but to have your hands warm as well. A great way to do that is to have a great pair of gloves in your Winter Motorcycle Gear wardrobe. AMERiders has a large selection of Men’s and Women’s gloves that will do just that. We have chosen to show you two of our favorites below.

Winter Motorcycle Gear
Stitched Eagle On Women’s Motorcycle Gloves

Keep your hands warm with our Gents All Leather Motorcycle Gauntlet Glove is a great glove that is made from genuine leather and is fully lined. Wear them while riding or anytime that you need warmth for your hands.

Our Stitched Eagle On Women’s Motorcycle Gloves are made from genuine leather and feature an eagle stitched on the cuff, and are nice and warm as well.

We would like to note that we are not leaving out Headwear or Helmets
Winter Motorcycle Gear
DOT Full Face Winebury Modular Motorcycle Helmet

A great full face helmet can be great to keep your head and face warm during the winter and we have a large stock of them available in all styles and colors. Consequently, this gorgeous Wine colored helmet is not only full face it is also DOT approved and certified as well, but is a great choice. It is a Stylish Convenience The Rodia RF-4 Modular incorporates all the benefits of a full-face helmet with the advantages of an open-face helmet. Not only that its lightweight shell design is made from aerodynamic fiberglass and is paired with ABS polycarbonate alloy chin bar. Large eye ports will give you greater visibility.

Winter Motorcycle Gear
BALACLAVA IN SOLID BLACK

Make a bold statement, and keep your dome warm on the open road with AME Riders’ selection of motorcycle headwear, including stylish and functional options for every biker. Boasting designs that will show off your style and get you noticed in a crowd. Our balaclavas and motorcycle face masks for men and women are not only good for providing warmth in cold weather, they will also add a layer of unique style to your biker apparel.

 

And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~But this month do it spookily~

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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Let AMERiders help you keep warm with our large selection of Winter Motorcycle Gear.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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Reminder of our Spooky Halloween Sale ending this weekend!

AMERiders wants to give you a reminder that our Spooky Halloween Sale is ending this weekend on October 21st. Hurry and get your spooky gear and items. We don’t want you to miss out on our Spooky Halloween Sale items that you may find at our store that you may find eerie and spooky. The sale ends on the 21st so you will have time to for us to receive the order, ship it out to you and for you to receive it. Keep an eye on the clock above if you don’t want to count on your fingers to the 21st, it is just 2 days left.

Our Spooky Halloween Sale items include Skeletons, Skulls and other Ghostly items and some that glow in the dark just to make things extra spooky. Furthermore, we would like to note that these items are not “costumes” but our “spooky looking motorcycle gear and apparel”. These items come in all shapes, sizes and styles. When looking for these Halloween Sale items that we have listed you will know you have stumbled upon them by the orange colored headline in the description like this that reads ** On Sale for Halloween until 10/21/16**.

A funny October Biker Story:

If you missed the post on October 5th, we posted a funny yet spooky story with it. We didn’t want you to miss it so we are reposting it today.

alloween Sale- BALACLAVA - SKULL GLOW
BALACLAVA – SKULL GLOW

One of our family members tells this tale about an October evening when he was riding with a full face mask on.

“I was riding home on my bike one evening and it was really dark and starting to get a bit foggy. Yeah, I know October and foggy a good combination right, well not with a motorcycle. However, I am riding along home and trying to pay attention to the road when this big rig rides up behind me and gets on my rear. Not one to like that, I slow down that I guess irritated the driver so he started to go around.

Now, I should tell you before the next part that the I am wearing a full face mask that glows in the dark and looks like a mean skull. Now that you know that I’ll tell you what happened next. He gets up next to me I can only assume he was fixing to flip me off, but when he sees my face mask he freaks out and puts on his breaks, I can only assume to get away from me. I laughed all the way home, from then on I have always worn that mask at night as it has helped me with many a driver.”

Here are just a few of the spooky items we will have for sale til the 21st of this month
Spooky Halloween Sale
25″ Biker Skull Chain

Our 25″ Biker Skull Chain features 15 skulls that hold the chain together. The chain is made to last out the toughest weather. It works great to ensure that your wallet or anything you want to keep with you doesn’t walk off by itself, or by a spooky ghost.

 

 

Spooky Halloween Sale
Glow in the Dark Ghost Face Mask

Dreary, Creepy and best of all it Glows in the Dark! Yes, it is our Glow in the Dark Ghost Face Mask, a mask that will creep our your neighbors, the person in the car beside you, or even your kids at night.

 

 

 

Spooky Halloween Sale
Men’s Vest With Skulls Design Gun Pocket

Our Men’s Vest With Skulls Design Gun Pocket features 2 front pockets, side laces for adjustable fitment and front zipper closure you will be ready for the open road. A smooth polyester lining and 2 concealed gun pockets make this comfortable nylon vest great for all types of riders. Front and back of vest have 2 evil skulls for that outlaw style, and designs are reflective for easy visibility of rider.

Don’t forget Halloween is around the corner and we know bikers like to dress up too!

So take advantage of our sale as there are many more items on sale than the ones above if you look through the store for the tag. However, we would like to thank all of you that are taking advantage of the savings we are offering in the store. If you haven’t taken advantage of it yet please go and check see what we have to offer you, and look for the ** On Sale for Halloween until 10/21/16** sale tag.

Furthermore, I would like to note that we now have a size chart for our motorcycle apparel in the store, and are working on a sizing chart for helmets as well.

And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

~But this month do it spookily~

Halloween Sale

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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When you want to scare and spook the driver next to you or your friends let AMERiders provide you the gear to do so with our Spooky Halloween Sale.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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A-Well-A, Bird, Bird, Bird, Your Comfort Is the Word!

♪”Bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word, A-well-a, bird, bird, bird, the bird is the wordA-Well-A, Bird, Bird, Bird, Your Comfort Is the Word.”♪  You are probably cursing me right now and I don’t blame you. I will take credit for helping stick that silly little song in your head, but that is because it got stuck in mine by an old Family Guy episode I ran across (see below). But never fear, AMERiders will tell you why we think “comfort” is the “word”.

All Motorcycle Apparel/Gear stores whether online or walk-in harp protection and with good reason when you ride a motorcycle it is good to be protected in case of fall, crash, and inclement weather. But very few talk about the comfort consistently.

Comfort over Protection
comfort
Men’s Green And Black Mesh And Nylon Motorcycle Jacket

Don’t ever put one over the other these should always be on equal footing. You do not want to sacrifice comfort to ensure you have protective gear. On the other hand, you don’t want to sacrifice the safety of your protective gear for comfort either. Finding the perfect riding gear that has both is important. Such as Our Men’s Green And Black Mesh And Nylon Motorcycle Jacket that is a comfortable and safe jacket for riding in as it has many safety features including its CE armor and reflective striping. It has removable foam based Certified Armor and is made from a lightweight material and has many other comfort features as well.

Comfort will help keep you alive

Wait, did you just said it would help keep me alive? Yes, that is exactly what we said. If you are uncomfortable in your gear. For example, it’s bunching, extremely hot, heavy and keeps you from paying attention to the road consistently, then you may not notice the car next to you is coming over into your lane and they don’t see you. This is when you need to be paying attention and not tugging, adjusting and moving your gear around. We have all been a victim of tight, loose, and uncomfortable gear. Making sure it fits and is comfortable can help you keep an eye on the road and your surroundings and possibly help save your life and that of your passenger if you have one.

Leather is a bikers fashion statement
comfort
Women’s Light Weight Motorcycle Jacket

Leather may sometimes seem like a fashion statement, but quality leathers are an important first layer of defense between rider and road. Mainly, Leather doesn’t “grab” like other materials, so a rider wearing leathers in an accident may be more likely to slide, instead of tumbling head over heel, an advantage which can greatly reduce the chance of serious injuries. However, leather can be heavy and hot there are some leathers that are made to be light but when buying these ensure that it is leather and not “pleather or PVC”.  Our Women’s Light Weight Motorcycle Jacket is one example of this. It is a Lightweight high-quality leather jacket cut to complement the female figure, heavy duty stitching, soft leather, and sleek collar make this jacket simple and sweet.

Comfort, for your feet, is very important
comfort
Comfy feet

Having comfortable feet is very important because they are the base for riding. You have to put your feet down when riding to stop, idle, and help keep you balanced. Boots are a very important part of your protective gear and as such should definitely be on your comfort radar.  This helps with not only the material but how it is comfortable as well.

Material

The best boots protect both your feet and your legs. While the majority of boots are made of leather, the best boots are also reinforced in critical areas—shin, ankle, and calf—with a stronger material like Kevlar. Often called “ankle armor,” these reinforcements can protect you from flying debris while you’re moving and can actually protect you from leg injuries in a crash.

Comfort in your boots

Choosing comfortable boots is vital. Boots that fit properly are snug enough to stay on if you wreck, but loose enough to allow proper circulation. Quality boots also help your feet stay dry and cool. Look for water-proof or water-resistant materials, as well as a ventilation system that lets your feet breathe.

Last words

I hope that we have given you a bit of information to chew on and just in case you forgot about our little joke at the top here is a reminder….

And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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Let AMERiders help find your Comfort Zone with our Men’s, Women’s and Children’s apparel and gear.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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Sturgis May Be Over but There Are 354 Days Till the 77th Sturgis Rally

This year’s Sturgis Rally may be over but there are 354 days till the 77th Sturgis Rally, not like we are counting. AMERiders hopes that everyone that went had an awesome time and arrived back home safely and in one piece. It is time to go back to our normal lives, wait we are normal? Yeah, we know normal is just a saying and most motorcycle riders are far from normal. But who are we kidding anyone that has been to Sturgis once, counts the days till the next Sturgis Rally Starts.

77th Sturgis Rally Logo Unveiled
77th Sturgis Rally
77th Sturgis Rally Logo Unveiled

If you are wondering exactly when the next Sturgis Rally is going to be so you can plan ahead then you can check the Sturgis Website for Future Dates and the 77th Sturgis Rally dates are going to be from August 7-13, 2017. This past week during the 76th Rally the logo for next year was unveiled.  Many people gathered around the east photo tower to see the new logo look for next year. The logo is designed by Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Inc. and is the only official logo for the Rally each year. The new logo gives vendors plenty of time to get merchandise ready for the 77th.

 

2016 Safest Rally Year So Far
77th Sturgis Rally
76th Annual Sturgis Rally Safest Year So Far

This year’s rally was known as one of the safer ones as there were fewer deaths and total accidents than there were in 2015. Last year, a record 15 people were killed on area roads during the 75th-anniversary rally. This year’s 3 deaths is lower than the previous record of 4, in both 2011 and 2014. Wildlife collisions were a major issue this year, although only one fatality was related to them.

Wildlife is not the only reason for accidents either, geography also plays a part in the deaths as the Black Hills and other areas are challenging rides. Age and alcohol have also been factors as Sturgis bikers tend to be middle-aged or older, and of course, alcohol is part of the Sturgis experience most will say. Combining riding with knocking back a few beers or bourbons is also a recipe for disaster. However, the most common element among the fatal wrecks is that about three-quarters of the fatal wrecks involved a rider without a helmet.

 77th Sturgis Rally will be here before you know it

Although this year’s rally has ended next year’s rally is just around the corner. Did we mention it’s 354 days away? Not like we are counting, awe who are we kidding we are definitely counting. As you get back into the groove we hope that you all made it home safe and sound and if you have any great pictures and stories don’t hesitate to let us know by sending them to the address below. We are looking forward to the 77th Sturgis Rally and hope to see you there.

And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

77th Sturgis Rally

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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AMERiders is looking forward to the 77th Sturgis Rally and hopes to see you there.

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The Most Crucial Pieces of Motorcycle Armor

How safe are you on your motorcycle?

AMERiders knows that safety is very important when riding a motorcycle. Which is why we have put together this list of 10 motorcycle armor pieces for you. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration statics from 2006 show that about 72 of every 100,000 motorcycles were involved in fatal crashes that year. For cars, the number was more than 13 per 100,000. The fact that driving a motorcycle is more dangerous than driving a car is nothing new.

What is noteworthy, however, is that because of increasing strides in technology, motorcycle riders can do something about the dangers they face on the road each and every day. High-tech Motorcycle armor, when worn, can drastically lower the risk of injury and death from a motorcycle crash. Below is our list of 10 armor pieces to wear that can help keep you safe.

Elbows and Knees
Elbow and Knee Motorcycle Armor helps keep the point parts safe.
Elbow and Knee Armor helps keep the point parts safe when skidding across a surface

These pointy bits tend to poke into the pavement when a biker comes off their bike. If you want to keep them, place some armor on them. Or at the very least, ensure your outerwear has reinforced elbow and knee zones. If your leather jacket isn’t at least 1.2 millimeters thick, consider wearing armor over or under it to increase the distance you can skid before whatever surface you are skidding along wears through to your skin.

Look for “CE-certified” elbow and knee (and everything else) protectors, which means that when the testing body smacked the front of the armor, the force measured at the back of the armor averaged less than 35 kilonewtons (the standard measure of force).

Chest Protector
Motorcycle Armor that protects your chest is important.
Wearing a chest protector may have you looking like a character from “Star Wars,” but it is helping to keep your vital organs safe.

Rather than protecting your chest from bending (like a back or neck protector does), chest armor is built to absorb the force of a blunt impact. While armor that’s molded into the appearance of chiseled abs might be awesome, what you want is a solid shell that distributes the force of impact across ample underlying padding.

Chest protector tech has a wide range of effectiveness from essentially what is a  couch cushion on one end of the spectrum to aluminum composite on the other. Regardless of your budget, ensure your chest protector has 2 things: a hard shell to distribute force and padding to absorb it.

Neck Collar
Motorcycle Armor that protects your neck can help pad impact and reduce the neck's range of motion in a crash.
A neck collar can help pad impact and reduce the neck’s range of motion in a crash

Your neck is an important part of the body to protect. most motorcycle armor for the neck not only protects your collarbone they protect your neck as well. In fact, a collarbone is the most commonly broken bone in motorcycle crashes — when extending your arm to break a fall, the impact force is channeled directly into your clavicle. Turning a shoulder into an onrushing car, tree or street sign can also break the clavicle from direct impact.

A neck collar can help you avoid the second — a clavicle break due to direct impact. And this neck/clavicle system is the focus of all sorts of emerging high-tech protection. On the low-tech side of neck/clavicle support is the traditional, neck-roll style collars. These are similar to an ox yoke, and can help pad impact and reduce the neck’s range of motion in a crash.

Gloves
Gloves are an Important pieces of Protective Motorcycle Amor as well.
Gloves can protect your hands in a fall

Let’s move on to the exoskeleton, even the simplest crash can break your hand or fingers like they were matchsticks. Finding a pair of gloves to protect your fingers and hands is not difficult, especially if they provide reinforcement to your fragile finger bones. The glove doesn’t have to be bulky as that can keep you from moving your hands and can also cause a crash.

Most of today’s high-tech motorcycle armor gloves combine Kevlar and leather, sometimes with carbon-fiber reinforcements in important areas that tend to be slide points. Tipping even from a full stop — you’re going to want something on your hands.

Legs
Motorcycle Armor that protects your legs can help with road rash.
Leg armor can protect from road rash, and other serious injuries as well.

We have all seen those videos a high-speed crash followed by starfishing arms and legs, and limbs snapping on impact. In the early days of leg protection, motorcycle safety equipment designers looked to encase the lower body in what was basically an exoskeleton. This allowed the body to bend only how it was supposed to bend. But they found something interesting. Reinforced legs could lead to worse overall rider injuries due to rider ejection as well as torso pitch

A couple must-haves in your lower-body motorcycle armor. First, ensure it is  made of a material that protects against road rash (duh). Thick leather and Kevlar are veery good. And, like the chest protector your lower-body armor should be made of a shell to distribute force and the padding to absorb it.

Boots
While high-tech plastic boots provide the best protection in Motorcycle Armor for footwear leather boots still provide good protection.
While high-tech plastic boots provide the best protection in Motorcycle Armor for footwear leather boots still provide good protection.

In jackets and pants, the debate rages as to whether Kevlar trumps leather. This is also true of whether you should reinforce bones with steel alloy inserts, or whether you should just pad them and allow your flapping limbs to absorb the shock.Big, bad plastic trumps leather where boots are concerned.

Racing boots vs street boots — high-speed racing boots almost always include plastic or composite shells for sliding across a surface and a more comfortable liner for your feet.Your boots do not have to be supple and flexible all the way around. They just need to take a licking and keep your feet and ankles protected. Look to high-tech composites and plastic. However, while high-tech plastic boots may come out on top, it stands to reason that classic leather boots can still provide good protection.

Hip Armor
It is important to protect your hips with Motorcycle Armor if you want to keep them.
Hips are second only to collarbone fractures and broken pelvises in injury statistics.

This question has been posed by some in the motorcycle community “Do I really need hip protection?” which is answered with the response, “You only need to protect the pieces you want to keep.” That is especially true with your hips. They are second only to collarbone fractures and broken pelvises in injury statistics. This is partly because of hard hits to anywhere in your lower body channel themselves into your pelvis, and partly because a rider tends to bounce and slide on the parts that usually sit in the saddle.

Any online video you watch of a sliding motorcyclist and you’ll see that in far more than half, the rider ends up skidding on his or her rump. Something else to note is that road rash that eats through jeans as if they were paper.
So armor up your hips! Either make sure your riding pants that include hip padding or layer up your own padding with hip-specific inserts.

Jacket
Every motorcyclist is going to own a jacket, and it will have varying degrees of Motorcycle armor in it.
Every motorcyclist is going to own a jacket, and it will have varying degrees of Motorcycle armor in it.

This is a no-brainer! Every motorcyclist has their very own jacket whether it be made of leather or another material they have one. They will also come in varying degrees armored, simple denim, leather (thick or thin) and with or without carbon-fibre supports or molecular armor.

What’s Molecular armor? A mix of hard armor (like a plastic shell) and soft armor (like memory foam) that is flexible and soft like a liquid until smacked with pressure as in a crash, at which point they turn rigid. It’s like that cool trick with cornstarch and water: Push it gently and it’s a goopy liquid; smack it and it’s suddenly so solid that it rebounds your hand. If you don’t believe us try it yourself. It makes for great armor in a jacket.

Back Protector
Motorcycle back armor can be a strap-on backpack, or it can be built directly into a jacket.
Back armor can help to prevent serious injury to your spinal cord.

Arms, legs, hips, collarbones, wrists, fingers and the myriad other bones that make up your skeleton will heal. But your spinal cord is not as resilient as they are. And until technology advances to repair a ripped spinal cord, you want to protect your spinal cord.

Start with a neck protector, then consider additional armor to beef up the rigidity of your back. The key word here is rigid. Don’t mess around with soft armor — go for the hard stuff. Back armor can be a strap-on backpack, or it can be built directly into a jacket.

Helmet
Your helmet is your most important piece of motorcycle armor.
Your helmet is your most important piece of motorcycle armor.

When a helmet is worn it reduces the risk of death in a crash by 37 percent.
Riders with serious head injuries paid an average of $43,214 for hospital care, compared to $15,528 for riders with minor head injuries. As helmet laws were repealed, motorcycle deaths jumped from 2,897 in 2000 to 5,154 in 2007, a 78 percent increase.

Your helmet is your most important piece of motorcycle armor by far as it will protect your head from serious injury. Check out our article on why helmets are important here.

And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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We at AMERiders are serious about safety so ensure your gear includes Motorcycle armor.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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Safety Trumps Style when referring to Protective Motorcycle Gear

Tips for Buying Good Protective Motorcycle Gear

AMERiders knows that Safety Trumps Style when referring to Protective Motorcycle Gear. When choosing between stylish riding gear or walking away from a crash the choice should be obvious. You can’t prevent an accident by wearing Protective Motorcycle Gear, but making smart choices about your gear can make a big difference if something does ever happen.

Protection Starts at the Top so use Use Your Head

Protective Motorcycle Gear
HJC SY-MAX III MODULAR HI-VIZ TOURING HELMET

Most riders would say that a helmet is the most important piece of Protective Motorcycle Gear. A great helmet helps by ensuring significant impact and accident protection as well as helping you hear and see better while riding. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration says a rider without a helmet is 40% more likely to suffer a fatal head injury, and they also say that helmets have saved over 19,000 lives between 1984 to 2006.

Dueling Helmet Standards: Snell vs. DOT
Protective Motorcycle Gear isn't easy to choose
Choosing the right helmet isn’t easy as there are so many out there, choose wisely

While shopping for a helmet, you may notice decals from either the Department of Transportation (DOT) or Snell Memorial Foundation (Snell). Both address rider safety, however, there are important differences between the two certifications. All helmets sold in the U.S. are required to meet the DOT’s FMVSS 218 standard. However, Snell helmet standards have to go through rigorous tests that the foundation has developed.  Helmets and other headgear are voluntarily submitted to snell for testing by their manufacturers. Each helmet goes through at least 7 test types from impact to shell penetration tests to flame resistance testing. Only helmets that pass the technicians testing get certified.

Selecting the Right Helmet a simple guideline:
  • Get the proper fit. Your helmet should grip your cheeks, your jaw, the top and sides of your head.
  • Avoid used helmets. Helmets are made for one impact use, so there is no guarantee a used helmet hasn’t been compromised.
  • Remember that wear and tear may significantly reduce protection over time.
    Full-face helmets offer greater protection than three-quarter or half-shell styles.

 

Getting Off On the Right Foot : Choosing the right footwear

Boots are important to Protective Motorcycle Gear as well.
Women’s 6″ Lace Zipper Boot Black

When riding, your feet keep you balanced when stopping the bike. They also take a beating from the elements while moving. That’s why tennis shoes or plain old cowboy boots are not smart choices. To stay comfortable—and safe—while riding, purchase a pair of high-quality motorcycle boots, as a great addition to your Protective Motorcycle Gear.

Soles
A great sole on your feet is important to Protective Motorcycle Gear as well.
A great sole will help with traction and protection

A stiff rubber sole will help provide protection when you’re moving. As well as provide traction when you stop. Good soles can actually prevent you from tipping over if you plant your foot in gravel, oil or sand. And boots with a heel they may offer a better “hold” on your bike’s pegs.

Material

Boots protect both your feet and your legs. While the most motorcycle boots are made of leather, some of the best boots are also reinforced in major areas. Such as shin, ankle, and calf with a strong material like Kevlar.

Comfort

Choosing a comfortable protective pair of boots is vital. Your Boots should fit snug enough to stay on if you wreck, but loose enough to allow proper circulation. Quality motorcycle boots will help your feet stay dry and cool. Waterproof or water-resistant materials, as well as a ventilation system that lets your feet breathe, are important to look for.

The sole shown here is a great example it belongs to the boot above our Women’s 6″ Lace Zipper Boot Black it is a great example of a boot to buy. It has comfort, durability, and traction control. As well as an extra heavy duty traction sole for added protection and style. This boot also has Goodyear welt construction with top quality full grain oiled leather.

Get a Grip Choose Smart Protection for Your Hands

Gloves are an Important pieces of Protective Motorcycle Gear as well.
Gloves can protect your hands in a fall

Like boots, gloves offer both comfort and protection. Gloves protect your hands from the weather. They may also save your hands in a crash since it’s second nature to extend your hands during a fall. Gloves that protect your whole hand, including palms, fingers, and wrists.  Ensure that your gloves are comfortable in any weather. Great comfort can lead to better control, especially if you’re riding for long periods of time. Lastly, Also make sure you actually wear your gloves, they can’t be considered part of your Protective Motorcycle Gear if you don’t wear them.

Tough as Leather Is Not Just a Saying

Leather is great for Protective Motorcycle Gear.
Leather Gear doesn’t grab and keeps a rider from tumbling in a crash

Leather may seem like a fashion statement, however, quality leathers are an important first layer of defense between you and the road. Some materials may “grab”, leather doesn’t. A rider wearing leather in an accident may be more likely to slide, instead of doing a tumbling act, an advantage which can greatly reduce some serious injuries.

What is this about armor?

Choose Protective Motorcycle Gear that has armor attached.
Armor adds and extra layer of protection

There’s is no such thing as too much protection. Which is why so many riders use body armor in their riding attire. Built directly into jackets and pants or worn under gear you’re already wearing, armor adds an additional layer of protection

Types of armor- Armor comes in many types and styles

  • Memory foam armor is similar to the material inside motorcycle helmets and offers the highest impact absorption.
  • Hard armor is generally impact-resistant plastic with a foam interior. Hard armor tends to have less give in a fall.
  • Foam armor, usually made with inexpensive foam, offers the least amount of protection.

Dress for the Slide not the Ride

Protective Motorcycle Gear
Dress for the Slide not the Ride

Even if it is just a quick run to the store, don’t ever take a shortcut with your protective gear. Jeans and a sweatshirt won’t be enough if you’re sliding across the pavement. Riding gear may seem like overkill—and sure, it’s miserable on the hottest days—but it can help prevent road rash, broken bones, or far worse. We even wrote an article titled Dress for the ride, not the slide to explain the importance of riding gear.

And as always….

~Live Free Ride Hard~

Protective Motorcycle Gear

 

 

 

 

~AMERiders

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AMERiders knows the importance of Protective Motorcycle Gear, let us be your stop when looking for your next set.

And as always don’t forget to send us your stories, pictures and events for posting to GALLERY.AMERIDERS @ GMAIL.COM  and we will post them for you. The more people that know about your event the better and we are offering free advertising. We would also love to hear about your rides and love to see those bikes so send those stories and pictures.

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