October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time to shine the spotlight on the efforts being made to eradicate this disease. Harley-Davidson MotorClothes has contributed to the cause by donating a portion of its Pink Label Collection sales to organizations that support breast cancer patients and their families. What an ideal time to review some items in Harley-Davidsons Pink Label Collection.
They may be called Racer Gloves, but dont be fooled into thinking the gloves this company makes are for racers only. Racer Gloves are for any street rider—cruiser, sportbike, or sport touring—with styles available for men and women. I tested the women’s “Warm Up” glove, one of two designed for cooler weather.
I like when a motorcycle jacket is described as being “specifically styled and cut for women” and truly is. The Alpinestars Stella T-Fuel Waterproof Jacket has smaller-circumference closures at the wrists and neck to correctly fit a woman’s features, plus an extended profile makes it long enough to fit over a womans hips.
As we ride into autumn with fallen leaves swirling around us—and occasional bursts of cool or warm temperatures (depending on what part of the country you live in)—a jacket that can handle change is essential. With a variety of features, these new styles from Alpinestars, Joe Rocket and Harley-Davidson can transition from keeping us warm to cooling us down.
Still have a few (or a lot) of items to check off your holiday shopping list? Dont despair. Here are some perfect gifts for the motorcycle-loving loved ones in your life. And with most of these items coming in at less than $50, you wont even have to break the bank. So go ahead and get shopping.
I’ve always enjoyed taking passengers and sharing my passion for riding motorcycles. But when my young daughter, Kaia, started asking me to take her for rides, I would immediately dismiss the idea. It’s one thing to accept the risk of injuring my own body, but to put my own daughter at risk was unimaginable.
Harley-Davidsons battery-powered heated riding gear has been out for a year now, and weve been busy testing it over all four seasons. Finally, an option for cold-weather riding that doesnt require having to remember to “unplug” yourself when you get off your bike. But how does warmth without wires stack up to the traditional non-battery-powered heated garments? Pamela Collins has the scoop.