Tammy Perry’s back with some more female-friendly gear on test.
The Bell Moto3 looks like The Helmet That Came In From the 1970s. But, my first few rides with the throwback lid have proved it’s surprisingly comfortable.
The CKX Quest RSV is a dual sport helmet that’s also sold for winter snowmobile use. Is it a good deal for the adventurous Canadian rider?
CMG tester Glen Howatt shares his initial findings after getting his hands on an Olympia Odyssey for long-term review.
Carrying stuff in a backpack is a handy option, but on a motorcycle a badly designed backpack will fatigue the rider and potentially dump out its contents. We take a look at three options, one of which is shite.
Zac tries out the Alpinestars Toucan boots and finds that, despite the goofy name, the boots work very well.
Arai’s latest XD adventure helmet comes with a new shape, brow vents and adjustable padding.
Mr. Seck is back, with a review of some pukka Rukka kit. You don’t see much of it on Canadian roads, maybe because of the price, but it’s top quality.
The Spot Gen 3 promises to offer you a virtual riding buddy to get help when things go wrong or to let others know that you are ok. We tried them out at last year’s Fundy Adventure Rally.
Uclear’s HBC200 communicators are boomless. No, they haven’t removed the bass, but they have removed the boom microphone. A neat idea, but does it work? CMG finds out.