Action camera’s are cool. They are small, easy to bring, easy to operate and produces shaky footages. This is like the trademark of action cameras, although in the recent years they are getting smarter with in-body digital stabilization. But to take it one step further there are these nifty devices called gimbals.
Custom motorcycles are all rage today. Most often, it’s not enough just to have one. You also have to look the part. Of course looking the part should start first with your brain bucket.
There are a lot of options out there when it comes to retro-inspired lids but most of them are half-face. So when I found out that Biltwell has a full face retro inspired helmet, I immediately decided to get one to match my custom motorcycle Wander One. But after knowing one crucial detail, I held myself back.
I have owned this pair for 4 years now, it’s been bruised, battered but never beaten.
I was skeptical at first when buying another LS2 ADV Helmet… why? Well let’s just put it this way the previous one which was around 6,000 php sucked!
I have done around 5,000 Kms on this helmet and to be totally honest, I’m impressed. After doing the PH Tour I decided to retire my old LS2 helmet because parts of it have already rusted, rubber parts were already peeling, water seeps in when you are riding in the rain and when it’s a pain in the ass to replace the visors whenever you are riding on a bright sunny day.
This is the Komine GK 157 supposedly “Smart Tip” gloves. You might be wondering why “supposedly”? Read on to find out why.
This is a long-term review of the LS2 Dual Sport Helmet, which is by far the best budget motorcycle helmet that I have used. It’s comfortable, affordable, safe, and it’s quality is comparable against the more expensive brands. Having owned this helmet for 2 years, I think it is safe to assume that I have tested it thoroughly.
An amalgamation of everything that I look for in a motorcycle boot.
I have held off from buying a full size motorcycle boot for some time, simply because I was not satisfied with the street/touring ones available. Having owned a couple of street oriented mid-cut sized boot, I found their soles slippery, thin and do wear out quickly, when you use them for walks after riding, which is what I often do.