LUC AIR JACKET
A superbly styled city commuting jacket that incorporates CE certified protection the Luc Air Jacket features strategically positioned air intakes for excellent cooling performance. The jacket features an elongated rear profile which offers coverage and comfort in a more upright scooter riding position, ideal for your journey to and from the office.
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.
JAKE GAGNE: 2014 AMA PRO DAYTONA SPORTBIKE CHAMPION
Jake Gange marked his stap on the 2014 season as he contineued the upward trajectory of his racing career, by winning the AMA Daytona GoPro Championship. The 2014 Season was especially competitive with five riders winning races and a dozen or more racers capable of putting their machines on the podium on any given race. Gagne was consistently quick and it paid off over the course of the year, he won when he could but grabbed maximum points when he couldn't. For Gagne the future is bright, indeed. His smooth riding style should adapt to the bigger bikes seamlessly.View profile