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The Buzz (Lightyear) about SKWAL

The Buzz (Lightyear) about SKWAL

I thought that was real cool! You know, “The Buzz (Lightyear) about SKWAL”, play on words and stuff. No? Well, you’re off my Christmas card list – again. Anyhow, Shark, the French helmet manufacturer, unleashed the SKWAL (why – thought that was about snowboarding?) late last year but it’s taken a while to make its presence felt. You can buy it from outlets in Eu... »

Roland Sands Honcho Jacket

Roland Sands Honcho Jacket

The new Roland Sands Honcho jacket features zip-off sleeves to create the classic leather & denim cut-off look in one dual-purpose jacket. Made of water repellent denim for the body and top grain “Blackstone” cowhide sleeves, the Honcho certainly delivers the look. While the lack of armor provision might loose the odd sale, there’s no doubt this is going to be one of the summ... »

Biker Boot Straps

Second Generation Biker Boot Straps

Biker Boot Straps have just released a new version of their professional grade straps. Made with sure-lock nylon clips and durable rubber, these second generation boot straps will keep your pants in place like no other product before it. Biker Boot Straps have gone with a self adjusting high strength rubber strap that can stretch up to 40% of the original length. This allows the straps to easily a... »

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Schuberth Unveils New M1 Open Face Helmet

Helmet manufacturer Schuberth North America has just unveiled it’s all-new “M1″ helmet at AIMExpo 2014 in Orlando, FL. The open face design makes the M1 suitable for a wide variety of riding styles, including everything from touring bikes to cruisers, cafe racers to scooters and even three wheelers. The M1 can also be customized to over 1,000 individual configurations. Options include seven ... »

Choosing the Right Motorcycle Helmet

How do you go about choosing the right motorcycle helmet? Where do you even start? I was asked this a couple of days ago and it reminded me how many factors are involved. Anyway, it started a conversation in the office and a couple of us got to brainstorming a checklist for choosing the right motorcycle helmet. We finally narrowed it down to these key areas; Helmet safety Helmet standards It’... »

Motorcycle Helmet Closeout sales: Last Call for 2014

Thinking about changing your helmet in 2014? As ever, Veebase has been scouring the web for the best V-twin deals and right now there’s some seriously good helmet closeout sales that you do not want to miss! The best we’ve found are currently on at Motorcycle Superstore, Bike Bandit, Revzilla, Rocky mountain and Jafrum. In some cases we’ve seen helmet closeout discounts up to 80%... »

Heated Motorcycle Clothing Bargains

As the Christmas sales end, merchants are clearing out heated motorcycle clothing to make way for new spring stock. This is the perfect time to pick up a bargain so, whether you’re a first time buyer or your’e extending your current system, watch out for some great deals! To help out, we’ve been sniffing around the web and located some of the best heated clothing offers for you. ... »

Buckets for Breast Cancer

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For EVERY HELMET sold during the month, will be DONATING $1 to Living Beyond Breast Cancer – a national non-profit organization dedicated to connecting people with trusted breast cancer information and a community of support. “This is our second year of partnership with Living Beyond Breast Cancer”, Talia Edmundson from Revzilla... »

Fox Creek Leather – Proudly made in the USA

As most bikers already know, Fox Creek Leather has been manufacturing and supplying biker leathers for over 30 years and have built an enviable reputation for quality and service along the way. So,how does a family run company in West Virginia continue to compete against cheap imports and the might of big brands? There’s no secret, you just have to read what their customers say about them. Time an... »