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Other Vehicle Clothing, Helmets and Protection

In addition to the big ticket items such as your motorcycle helmet and protective clothing, there is a whole host of other smaller accessories you may need.

Whether you’re looking for new or used vehicle clothing, helmets and protection, you can expect to find products from all of motorcycling biggest manufacturers including Alpinestars, Arai, Dainese, MotoGP, Sparco and Oxford.

Body Armour and Protection

When you buy motorcycle clothing it often comes with armour built-in. However, some styles include removable armour and padding so that, should it suffer from wear and tear, it can be easily replaced. Choose from a selection of padding and protection; from knee sliders and kidney belts to back and chest protectors.

If you don’t want to go for full Hi-Vis clothing you can buy reflective tape and adhesive strips that can be affixed to motorcycle clothing and accessories. This will help make you more visible on the roads and give you extra peace of mind when travelling at night or in isolated areas.

Bike Parts

Like motorists, motorcyclists love nothing more than working on their motorcycles and finding ways they can make improvements to ensure their most comfortable ride yet. Smaller parts such as headlights, taillights and grips are available.

Bike Tools

If you’re planning to do work on your motorcycle you’ll need some basic kit. Select from tools including folding loading ramps, wheel chocks, garage workshop mats, spanners and wrenches.

Motorcycle Kit Storage and Luggage

A motorcycle kit is extremely delicate and heavy, so it needs to be stored somewhere safe and out of harm’s way. There are a variety of wall mounted and freestanding storage devices that are designed to suit a range of homes.

Whether you’re looking for luggage to transport your kit on race days, or a suitable bag for your helmet, there are several styles available from the world’s leading motorcycle brands.

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