In which, Zac tests a range of motorcycle gear, with varying results.
How did the 2011 CMG gear for the year work out? Not bad though waterproof boots still seem to be somewhat elusive.
If you ever wanted to ride the world but were too afraid (or daunted) to turn the first wheel, then Horizons Unlimited have made the DVD set for you!
Zac Kurylyk was hungry for some riding gear other than the work boots and garbage bags he’d been using.
We thought the poor guy needed a new wardrobe. Enter the Aerostich Tansit suit, Exustar boots and Alpinestar gloves.
Recently on vacation in the U.K., busybody Editor ‘Arris still got some work done. He watched TT3D: Closer to the Edge, a film about the 2010 IOMTT. Here’s his review.
Costa Mouzouris gets his head into the new Schuberth C3 flip-up full face helmet. His nose fits too.
Last November, we told you about the GM37X helmet that G-Max shipped to us for testing.
Editor ‘Arris has had his Alpinestars Durban boots for a season now. Subjected to a season of CMG abuse, let’s take a look at how they held up.
The Devil Can Ride features text from some of the most famous
motorcycling scribes in history and some of the not so famous to boot.
Zac Kurylyk tests the GM37X crossover helmet from GMax.