Bitchin' Gear Apparel
Developing a ladies' line of motorcycle fashion should go deeper than simply taking some men's gear and swapping out for feminine colors. Bitchin' Gear has been developed specifically for women and is tailored to their curves while still providing sex appeal and comfort. With everything from hats, shorts, pants, T-shirts and more, there is something for every chick on (and off) a bike.
Cortech Drax Jacket
Whether it's skidding across the pavement or fighting off ninja warriors, the Cortech Drax jacket will help protect you from harm. Made from Denier Carbolex and Ballistic polyester, it might not stop a swinging sword, but it sure looks like it could. It'll do the job if you should hit the ground, however. The jacket features an embroidered dragon, nailhead rivets and a shell-designed shoulder for cool style and protection.
Sato Fully Adjustable Rearsets
Sato rearsets are developed in the racing world and trickle down to street applications for us everyday riders. The CNC-machined foot controls feature dual miniature stainless ball bearings in the shift and brake levers to help alleviate any looseness or wobble. The machined pegs ensure a non-slip surface even when wet and can be adjusted in up to 10 different positions. Gold is sure to be the new black, and it looks great either on a custom or race-bike application.
Braking Wave Rotors
Braking's high-carbon-content stainless-steel brake rotors offer top stopping power, especially under extreme operating temperatures. Each rotor goes through a special treatment cycle before it leaves the factory to ensure a perfectly flat surface for smooth, consistent stopping. The rotors also undergo a special heat-cycle process that creates a high coefficient of friction, minimizing the amount of wear on the brake pads. What all that technical mumbo-jumbo means is that you'll have lighter weight, better stopping power and trick custom looks with a set of these bad boys.
Chromed Out Frame Covers Inc.
Now there is an alternative to spending thousands of dollars on chrome or powdercoating without ever having to tear apart your bike. Chromed Out Frame Covers offers a lightweight plastic cover that fits over the frame, subframe, swingarm, peg brackets and ram-air tubes. The bolt-on covers are available in a chrome, carbon fiber, gloss black or paintable finish and are arguably hard to tell apart from the real thing.
$Call for application
Grix V8 Sunglasses
Now your sunglasses can have the same design and look as the billet pieces on your bike. Grix billet aluminum shades are made from 6061 aircraft aluminum, featuring single- and double-sprung hinges, and come with a lifetime warranty. Any gearhead will also spot the classic V8 logo a mile away.
Maxima Maxum4 Oil
Modern sportbikes rev to the clouds, and that means they demand superior oil protection. Maxima's Maxum4 premium oil is an exclusive blend of petroleum-base stocks with advanced anti-wear and anti-shear additives. The special formula also contains extra anti-scuff additives to handle the extreme loads and peak temperatures of high-performance motors. So if you like to baby your bike after you beat it, put some of the special sauce in her.
Koso RX-1n Gauges
Koso gauges are the perfect upgrade from stock or as replacement for one-off applications. The RX-1N features a digital speedometer, 0 to 15,000-rpm analog tachometer, shift light, water and oil temperature, maximum top speed and rpm data, and clock. Built from top electronic components, they are made to resist severe vibration and bad weather conditions. They come in black or white gauge faces to match your style, but if you're rocking Koso gauges then you already know what's hot.
Shift Departure Backpack
The Shift Departure pack is not too small, not too big, and just right for those quick getaway trips. With tons of storage pockets, the bag is bigger than a backpack but smaller than a gear bag and is the perfect size for all your weekend travels.
Skull Screw Ear Plugs
Tighten your ride and your head with Skull Screw's earplugs. They obviously reduce wind noise when worn with a helmet, and that helps increase concentration. Skull Screws are made of soft, washable and reusable foam tips connected to plastic screw stems that reduce noise by up to 30 decibels and look sort of funky in the process. $5.99
Shoei RF-1000 Helmet
"When it comes to protecting your head, safety is always first. Shoei has been making helmets for longer than I have been riding motorcycles, and I have personally crash tested my share. At only $474.99, the Shoei RF-1000 is second in line behind the X-11, although after wearing it you would think it was the top model.
It's comfortable thanks to adjustable cheek pads, quiet even without ear plugs and fits my head precisely how a helmet should. There's top- and chin-mounted vents to produce a cooling airflow even under searing desert heat. The dragon artwork on the Strife TC-2 matches the paintwork on the Project R1 and looks as well as it performs. The Shoei Strife TC-2 is the first helmet I grab whenever I am heading out to a bike night or a track day"-JZ$474.99/(714) 730-0941
Wiki Designs Wave Helmet
Wiki-wiki-hanu-looki. Take a head-trip to Hawaii with the Wiki Design Island-inspired helmet. Wiki helmets feature a special shield that automatically darkens in sunlight thanks to photo-chromatic technology. The helmets weigh less than 3 pounds and are DOT certified. The removable and washable liner ensures the helmet won't get all stinky-stinky as well.
For years, Xtreme has been making shirts that express the way we feel about our rides. The latest design will allow you to brag about your bike without ever having to say a word. American made and 100% pre-shrunk, sizes range from M to XXL.