The new SENA 20S EVO is the next version of SENA's top of the line communicators. The EVO version has been a nice upgrade to the original 20s in both range and performance. You can pair it to any bluetooth device such as other brand headsets, GPS, radar detectors, music players, etc.Read More
The MAKO360 is a vibration dampening handlebar mount made for most dirt bikes. The design allows it to stop vibrations from all angles and directions using specially engineered polymers. It was even more fun to ride my KTM with such smooth bars!Read More
Motorcycles are dangerous, we all know that. Anytime you can find a way to reduce your risk and increase safety its worth consideration. The Smart Turn System is an easy way to do that. After installation, the operation of your bike feels unchanged, but your turn signals self-cancel and your communication with the traffic around you is clear and more reliable.Read More
My search for the perfect GPS had a few stipulations. I wanted something that was durable, waterproof, could run on batteries and had street auto navigation maps. With these criteria I set out looking for the perfect unit.Read More
I recently reviewed the new goggles from the Durango, Colorado based company, ICAN Industries. See the video for the full review.
At the moment, ICAN goggles are only available in shops throughout New Mexico and southern Colorado, but you can order by phone or email with your credit card. The goggles cost $25.99 and figure $6 for shipping. If you wish to order the tinted lens they are also available for an additional $9.50. The tinted lens is UV400 rated which means it blocks anywhere from 99 to 100 percent of the sun’s harmful radiation.
For mail order call or email ICAN Industries at 970-946-9974 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you tell them you heard about their goggles on Spirit Strike!
Written by Massimo Lorenzini. Be sure to subscribe to iRide uWatch on YouTube.
Like most motorcyclists, I usually carry things with me on a motorcycle ride. There are many options for carrying items on a ride such as a backpack, a tank bag, saddle bags, hard boxes mounted to the bike, soft luggage with built-in strap systems, fender packs, tool tubes, and, yes, even the lowly milk crate.Read More
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