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December 11, 2017

Big Agnes Fly Creek HV UL1 Ultralight Tent Review

Gusting wind threatens to yank the Big Agnes Fly Creek HV UL1 tent out of my hands as I stake it in for the night, but I know the stakes will hold until sunrise. This tent has proven to be durable, taking a beating on dual-sport adventure rides, camping on everything from fine gravel and sand to sharp sticks and…
December 04, 2017

Moose Racing ADV1 Adventure Suit Review

These days it’s quite a task to make a big splash with new riding gear. With the continued growth of the ADV/dual-sport segments, companies are rushing to market their versions of the ideal ADV jacket. The key word here is “rushing,” and many fall short of hitting their targets with what today’s riders actually want. The Moose Monarch Pass was…
November 28, 2017

Suomy MX Tourer Helmet Review

Withstanding the test of time in terms of durability and innovative features, Suomy’s MX Tourer continues to rival top-of-the-line helmets— four years after its release. The MX Tourer’s main advantage is its extremely lightweight Carbon Kevlar shell. This helmet weighs in at three pounds, and is very well balanced front to back. That may not seem significant at first, but…
November 20, 2017

SIIMA Sibirsky Super Adventure Jacket Review

Never heard of SIIMA MotoWear? Neither had we until a few months ago. Based in Nicosia, Cyprus (an island in the Mediterranean) the company has been around since 2014.A little birdie from across the pond asked us to check out SIIMA’s Sibirsky Super Adventure Jacket. It was love at first sight for me. The jacket looks sporty, with enough durability…
November 20, 2017

2017 Wolfman Enduro Dry Saddle Bag Review

Once a day was my typical rate of forgetting something inside my old Wolfman Enduro Dry Saddle Bags. I’d have to unclip some straps and open the top to get whatever I had forgotten. Being used to that routine, I didn’t feel like I needed the new, updated Enduro Dry Saddle Bags even though they boasted improvements to organization and…
November 13, 2017

Leatherman Charge TTI Multi-Tool Review

If you’ve ever seen the movie 127 Hours, you’ll understand the potential of a multi-tool. In the true story, Aron Ralston uses one to save his life. My daily needs may never be as life-threatening as Ralston’s, but my Leatherman Charge TTI has been a handy sidekick for many years. From roadside repairs to popping tops off beers, the Charge…
November 08, 2017

Sidi CrossFire 3 SRS MX Boots Review

What makes a great set of riding boots? They have to be comfortable, easy to slide on and off, and offer a high level of impact resistance and protection. The style and look are also a consideration when we’re choosing where to spend our hard-earned money. Sidi’s CrossFire2 MX boots have gained legendary status over the years, with amateur and…
October 26, 2017

Sena Prism Tube

The video capturing world has been on fire since the first GoPro was launched back in 2004. Since then companies have scrambled to market similar options at lower prices and varying capabilities, sending into the world a frenzy of people capturing all sorts of video tidbits. I wasn’t a huge fan of the GoPro, primarily for the fact that it…
October 18, 2017

GMax GM11 Adventure Helmet

I used to work at a motorcycle dealership where part of my job was to help outfit riders. As I escorted customers down the helmet aisle, we’d talk about how price reflected protection and comfort. Generally, a more expensive helmet fit better and offered more safety. At the end of our walk we’d arrive at the GMax helmets—reserved for the…