Review: Sidi Crossfire Boots

Talking to people about riding off of pavement made one thing very clear to me: The ankles are extremely fragile. With this in mind I chose the best off-road boots I could find for my travels: The Sidi Crossfire TA. I chose these boots for the ankle protection, flexible ankle joint (for ease of walking) . . . → Read More: Review: Sidi Crossfire Boots

Review: Motoport Kevlar Racing Glove

Please Note: My reviews are subjective to my own use. I make no attempt at a review that objectively considers the usefulness and quality for other people because my goal here is to document how each product worked for me. This could give me an opinion on the product radically different than someone else.

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Review: Motoport Ultra II Kevlar Pant

Please Note: My reviews are subjective to my own use. I make no attempt at a review that objectively considers the usefulness and quality for other people because my goal here is to document how each product worked for me. This could give me an opinion on the product radically different than someone else.

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Review: Motoport Marathon Air Mesh Kevlar Jacket

Please Note: My reviews are subjective to my own use. I make no attempt at a review that objectively considers the usefulness and quality for other people because my goal here is to document how each product worked for me. This could give me an opinion on the product radically different than someone else.

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Review: KLR 650 (update)

This is a long overdue update to a previous review of the Kawasaki KLR650. NOTE: Unlike most review updates I write, this one is entirely new instead of adding updates. This is because the motorcycle is a very complex subject and I have lots of new thoughts. Please refer to my original review for my . . . → Read More: Review: KLR 650 (update)

Bucharest to Barcelona

Bucharest to Barcelona

Europe has not been what I expected.

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