GP PLUS LEATHER GLOVE
Built for Speed
* Full grain leather main construction
* Race proven TPU injected knuckle protection system to absorb and dissipate impact
* Molded knuckle protection air intakes and exhaust ports
* Injected TPU palm and finger sliders for superior impact and abrasion resistance
* Leather palm reinforcements for improved impact strength and abrasion resistance
ASAMA AIR GLOVE
Forming part of Alpinestars innovative RIDEOUT Collection the Asama Air Glove incorporates a 3D Mesh and Spandex® main shell and features knuckle protection and Clarino® reinforcements. The extremely lightweight Asama Gloves are perfect for riders escaping the summer city streets for the open road.
YARI DRYSTAR GLOVE
YARI DRYSTAR® GLOVE Incorporating Alpinestars exclusive DRYSTAR® membrane technology into a durable and flexible leather and Spandex® main construction, the Yari Glove is ideal for when the weather closes in. Hard polymer knuckle protection and Clarino reinforcement boost the safety features of this RIDEOUT collection glove.
S-MX 6 Waterproof Boot
A waterproof boot that is anatomically profiled and packed with innovative features, the S-MX 6 incorporates the latest advancements in Alpinestars’ performance footwear design and development. Every component on this CE certified boot has been carefully designed to give you a crucial performance edge or keep you in the seat for longer, in the form of protection innovations, improved ergonomics and comfort features.
ROAM 2 Waterproof BOOT
A durable and extremely comfortable touring boot, the Roam 2 features a new ergonomic foot shaping structure for more control on the bike’s controls and a waterproof membrane for guaranteed weatherproofing and breathability. The Roam 2 also incorporates class-leading protective features and a Velcro® closure system for a secure and personalized fit.
Date of birth: May 4th, 1987
Birthplace: Mallorca, Spain
Jorge Lorenzo: Lorenzo began riding motorbikes at home at the tender age of three and within months of taking to two wheels was competing in his first minicross races. In 1995, aged eight, he won the Balearic title and followed that up the following year by taking the Island's minicross, trial, minimoto and junior motocross titles.
Lorenzo graduated to road racing and national competition in 1997 and it didn't take him long to adjust, winning the Aprilia 50cc Cup in 1998. Despite officially being too young, a special dispensation in 2000 allowed him to compete in the Spanish 125cc series at the age of 13 and he made history the following year when competing in Europe and becoming the youngest ever winner of a European 125cc race.