How to Gear Up Your New Motorcycle | StyleRug

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Buying a motorcycle is one of the best investments you could make - it's cheaper than a car but just as effective in getting you from point A to point B, while it also looks much cooler. Not many people like motorcycles because they fear something bad can happen, but if you pay attention to safety, nothing can go wrong.

And if you want to enjoy your motorcycle, even more, you need to gear it up and take it to the next level, so here are some of the best ways to do so.

Find a proper jacket

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This is the first thing you'll need in order to realize all your motorcycling potential - a proper leather jacket like Malvina mens Pu Faux Leather Jacketis a must-have when it comes to these two-wheelers. It's awesome, manly, mysterious and dangerous, especially if you know how to find the perfect model. After all, you can't hit the road in your dad's old jacket, can you?However, there's more to a leather jacket than a fashion statement: it makes your ride easier and safer. 

What most people don't realize is that riding at a certain speed puts you in danger of catching a cold (Max Care Cold Pressed Virgin Coconut Oil, 250ml), even in the middle of the summer, simply because of the wind around your motorcycle. That's precisely the reason why a proper jacket can help you preserve your health and stay active for much longer. Equipped with several layers of material, a great jacket is a life-saver in more ways than one, so get it as soon as possible.

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Maintain your motorcycle regularly

Just because you have a new motorcycle doesn't mean it requires no attention and care. On the contrary, brand new models ask for more love and demand constant devotion because that's the only way to keep them new in the years to come as well. Moreover, regular maintenance will help your motorcycle become faster and better, so you'll be able to enjoy it even more than before, and that's something all experienced drivers know. But, if you lack experience in motorcycle care, what are some of the things you need to learn?

Luckily, motorcycle maintenance and gearing up basically comes down to a couple of things: changing the oil and filter, checking the belt and lights, inspecting the tires and making sure there are no leaks. Finally, remember to update your policy regularly, just to be certain you and your motorcycle are covered and safe in case something bad happens.

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Get some new gear

Once you've made sure your motorcycle is in check and is running properly, it's time to take things to the next level and get some brand-new gear that will make your rides safer, more exciting and adrenaline-filled. Start with a great helmet - these can cost up to a couple of hundreds of dollars, but are worth every cent. Most people think that helmets aren't that necessary and that real bikers shouldn't wear them, but true motorcycle aficionados know that a helmet is irreplaceable and can save your life in potentially dangerous situations.

Now that you have a helmet and a jacket, start looking for smaller details that can mean a lot: glasses, gloves, boots and protective pants will shield your body, while radiator shrouds, fork protectors, front and rear fenders will do the same for your motorcycle. And if you're more extreme than most drivers and are into motocross, pay close attention to reliable Racetech gear that lots of racing fans just love.

Finishing touches

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Your motorcycle is now almost ready for the road, but it's still not as geared up as it can be. Some of the final details you should take into consideration include a digital sag scale, a pair of professional boots, such as, Unistar Men's Black Other Boot -8, that can withstand any wind resistance, a new exhaust and a protective suit that will keep you safe and sound even in case of an accident. Of course, you can ride without any of these things, but your motorcycle experience will be much richer if you're equipped with them.

Motorcycles seem like dangerous and life-threatening vehicles, but, if you know what you're doing, they're the best thing in the world - taking a properly maintained and geared up model to an open road can really make you feel like the king of the world!

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