AGV GP-Tech Helmets Review

The whole team at motorcycle shop equipment agree that AGV and GP-Tech Helmets are the Rolls Royce of the motorcycle helmet world. You can see instantly as you open the box, the amount of time and craftsmanship that has gone into these helmets over the years to perfect and purify such a magnificent helmet.

Tech and materials in the GP-Tech helmets are amazing to read, a 2-piece dual-density carbon Kevlar construction. Wow. Kevlar in a helmet. The motorcycle shop equipment team were debating whether this helmet could stop bullets from penetrating it, but we decided not to try. Anyhow, having a carbon Kevlar construction must give most protection you could possibly have on a motorbike, and as bikers, we like to have as much protection as possible.

The helmets are lightweight and many of us noted how snug the fit was. We think you could ride for 10 hours and it still wouldn’t bother you in anyway.

The helmet is ventilated by an ‘IVS or Integrated Ventilation System’ which is probably the best ventilation we have felt. We’ve tried it in all weathers and it has kept us cool, even at 45 degrees. A lot of the team also noticed barely any wind noise, so it’s a quiet ride in one of these.

Your face Visor can have either anti-fog or anti-scratch polycarbonate clear Racer-X visor with tear-off system, and the visor comes off easy and almost all of the inside padding is detachable to it is very easy to clean and look after.

It’s a very simple verdict the motorcycle shop equipment team has to make with the AVG GP-Tech helmets, they are the Rolls Royce of the helmet kingdom. The money you spend on them is worth the amount of comfort and protection they give you.

Tips For Purchasing A Motorcycle Jacket

When it comes to purchasing a new motorcycle jacket, there are a number of things that you need to be certain of before finalizing that purchase. Here are a few tips for purchasing a motorcycle jacket.

Leather Quality

One of the most important things that you will want to watch out for when purchasing a motorcycle jacket is the quality of the leather. It’s important that you buy a jacket that has thick leather and not just any old leather material.

Purchasing a jacket with leather that is far too thin can end up costing you more money in the long run because it will simply wear out faster. Instead, look for a motorcycle jacket that has leather that is at least 1.2mm thick. This thickness will give you the best results from a durability standpoint.

Warmth and Liners

Another thing to keep in mind when purchasing a motorcycle jacket is the reason you are actually buying the jacket in the first place? Are you simply purchasing it for looks and don’t care if it keeps you warm? Are you buying it because you want to stay as warm as possible on your motorcycle rides?

If you’re looking for a warm jacket, then you’ll want to consider purchasing one with a liner. Many jackets on the market come with zip out liners which are great because you can take them out if you don’t think you’ll need the extra insulation, or you can leave them in on extra cold days where every layer counts.

Proper Sizing

In order to make sure that you get the right size jacket the first time you order, be certain that you are taking accurate measurements of yourself with a cloth tape measure. There are a number of measurements that you can take in order to come to the best match with regard to sizing charts.

If you don’t size the jacket properly the first time you order, then chances are you might end up having to pay for shipping if you have to send the jacket back to get a different size. Some stores are willing to do a completely free exchange the first time, meaning they will pay for the return shipping plus the shipping to get you a new size, but after that you will probably be on your own. If you don’t want to wait another two weeks or more in order to get the jacket that you want, then make sure you do your best to order the right size jacket the first time.