440 Moto takes leather gloves to a new level

440 Moto takes leather gloves to a new level

Gloves are to most riders what shoes are to most women – can’t get enough of them, but you can never seem to find just the right one. 440 Moto may not have created the glove that’s right for everyone, but it’s the right glove when you want it to be. When they promised...
NorCal Cycle Swap in 60 seconds

NorCal Cycle Swap in 60 seconds

Rather than go into a lot of words about the NorCal Cycle Swap, we thought a short video would do it more justice. We’ll just leave you with the idea that you can find just about anything you want here…as long as you own a Harley. Here you go!...
A Preview of a Gentleman’s Glove

A Preview of a Gentleman’s Glove

We recently learned about 440 Moto and their handmade leather goods, vintage inspired motorcycle gear and real vintage motorcycle apparel. The latter consists of older leather jackets from companies like Belstaff, Schott, and Brooks. After not much cajoling, owner...
Asphalt & Dirt – Life on Two Wheels

Asphalt & Dirt – Life on Two Wheels

It took over two years to collect 50 stories about different riders from around the US, Canada, Great Britain and, yes, even New Zealand. All of them are now available in one great collection — Asphalt & Dirt — Life on Two Wheels. For those who may be...
Racer Gloves – Grip

Racer Gloves – Grip

Last year, we profiled Lee Block, president of RacerGloves USA. A few days after we met up with him to get a better sense of his business and the RacerGloves line, he was kind enough to give us a pair of the RacerGloves Grip model to review. Since then, we can...
Cycle Wipes – for what’s bugging you

Cycle Wipes – for what’s bugging you

Pretty soon the weather will start getting warmer, and that means bugs…splattered all over windshields and visors. Better to get prepared now than wait! There are any number of products and home brewed techniques for cleaning them away, but we found Cycle...
Frog Toggs

Frog Toggs

Considering the ongoing series of rain storms in northern California, staying dry while riding has become a priority. While some riders like the idea of wearing a full on rain suit, we prefer the ability to strip back to regular riding gear once the rain clears.  So...