Indian Motorcycle’s ladies Arlington mesh jacket offers protection, comfort, and style for hot weather riding.
Rev’It!’s Sand 4 H2O is a comfortable and functional all-weather textile suit built for women riders who love to explore the great outdoors on two wheels. Check out Sarah Schilke’s test of the complete outfit for riding on and off the road.
These colorful graphic base layer shirts and jerseys from women-owned company Just Ride 5 are beautiful and comfortable. Vintage motorcycle racer Jenny Bass tests a base layer out under her leathers on the racetrack while editor Tricia tries out a jersey both on and off the bike.
The SHOEI RF-1400 full face helmet scores two thumbs up with Editor Tricia. Find out what makes this helmet so special.
WRN contributor Marjorie “Shadow” Kleiman tests Joe Rocket’s light colored mesh women’s motorcycle jacket and pants during the hottest days of summer. See how it faired under the extreme conditions.
Staying cool is key during hot summer riding but it’s also important to continue wearing gear that will save your skin and bones during a mishap. Here are some great new women’s riding jackets that will keep you both looking and feeling cooler this summer.
We began our riding boot buying guide with an overview of the different styles available to motorcycle riders. In this article, we share our own personal favorite touring boots and tell you why we love them.
SportBike Chic and Raven Rova are two “for women, by women” motorcycle gear manufacturers making good looking, functional riding apparel that includes plus sizes.
When the weather is hot and the road is calling, throwing on a riding jacket might feel like the last thing you want to do. But now, with the advent of mesh riding jackets, theres no reason not to.
A women’s riding jacket saturated in a “My Little Pony” color scheme may appeal to some women riders, but that bright pink or baby blue is just as likely to elicit eye rolls from others. That duality is what provoked Icon to tactfully revamp its jackets, replacing what many think of as “girly” colors with what the company refers to as “power” colors. After all, that’s what women riders are—empowered!