My wardrobe is bursting with motorcycle helmets, jackets, boots and pants l’ve been reviewing and Mrs MBW says it’s time to get rid of some of the surplus gear and pass on a bargain or two.
That’s the good news.
The bad news is jackets are only large, pants 34” waist and helmets small (55-56cm). Also, I will only sell helmets to anyone who comes to my place in western Brisbane to try it on first. That’s a safety and fitment issue!
Working out what to sell is difficult because I have a wide variety of gear and sometimes I need the right gear when testing various types of motorcycle.
So I need adventure gear for testing adventure bikes, plus cruiser gear, track wear and even hipster outfits!
But I have so many that I don’t get around to wearing or that have been superseded.
So while none of this gear is faulty or not fit for purpose, it is simply surplus to my needs and not a reflection of my opinion on their quality. You can read my original reviews by clicking on the names.
UPDATE: This article has been edited because some of this gear has now been sold.
There are several pairs of riding jeans with and without kevlar lining in my cupboard that I can’t wear anymore because I’ve put on a bit of a gut from fine wines, and bad beers.
It’s easier to flog them than stop drinking!
They are all 34” waist and include Draggin’, DriRider, Icon, Neds and Saint.
They are black blue, grey and camo and ranged in new price from a couple of hunjee to $700!