Tag Archives: Gear Review

Favorite Gear 2017 – Helmet Tote Bag by ALMS NYC

Words & Photos by | Jun Song |  This is a comprehensive review of ALMS NYC’s Helmet Tote bag. I came across this bag on Instagram and loved the idea of having a dedicated helmet bag so I reached out and got a hold of couple of their bags. Disclosure: This is NOT a paid advertisement and nobody has paid me to publish ...

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Moto Bag – Gold Tree Pacific

Words & Photos by | Jun Song | (Contributing Photos by Moe Lauchert) (Disclosure: The Company sent this bag for me to review; however this is not a paid advertisement/endorsement for the Company, and the Company has no influence on my review/opinion of their products) About 6 months ago, Gold Tree Pacific LLC, a motorcycle leather good manufacturer, sent me a set of ...

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Weekend Riding Gears | Gear Review

Words & Photos by | Jun Song | Contributing Photographer –  Rick Poon | I recently went on a weekend moto-adventure trip up through the Pacific Coast Highway (click here for  trip photo gallery), and I took this chance to put both new and old gears to test. All gears that I used and listed below, except for the rain pants, were provided by ...

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Colfax Design Bag Review

Words & Photos by | Jun Song | Contributing Photographer –  Rick Poon | (Disclosure: The Company sent this bag for me to review; however this is not a paid advertisement/endorsement for the Company, and the Company has no influence on my review/opinion of their products) Few months ago, I was contacted by Colfax Design Works, a company that makes technical backpacks. They ...

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Maska Visor by Equilibrialist

Words & Photos by | Jun Song | I think I found my favorite new gear of 2016: Maska helmet visors from the Equilibrialist. This company is based in California and the company just released brand new helmet visors called Maskas (I’m going to call them visors for simplicity’s sake), and they make them for Biltwell Gringos, NEXX XG100, and Ruby Castle helmets. If ...

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Tool Roll by Pack Animal – Gear Review

Words & Photos by | Jun Song | Pack Animal (www.packanimal.co) is a very new Kickstarter-funded motorcycle gear company, primarily focusing on saddlebags, and is based out of Seattle Washington. In 2015, Mike Linquist and Christopher Hanson left their respective careers to start this company. Just as a full disclosure, co-founder Mike Linquist’s wife, Jenny Linquist, is a good moto friend of mine, an awesome ...

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Aether Skyline Jacket

Photos & Words by | Jun Song | Aether Apparel (pronounced E – ther), based out of California, is a relatively new player in the motorcycle apparel industry. The company makes premium-technical motorcycle jackets and pants, in addition to high quality winter/ski apparel and casual wears. Before I received my Skyline motorcycle jacket from Aether, I was a bit skeptical about the company’s ...

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Leather Boot Care – Wolverine 1000 Mile

Photos & Words by | Jun Song | When you’re willing to put a $400 premium, non-motorcycle boots through motorcycle riding hell, then you better be willing to put the time and effort to give proper care for it. In the video provided below, I will go through how I clean and properly care for my Wolverine 1000 Mile boots that I ...

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X.G 100 Helmet by NEXX – Gear Review

Photos & Words by | Jun Song | Best thing about being a blogger is that I get to say whatever I want, and this time I’m going to say that the X.G 100 helmets by NEXX are the BEST modern-retro helmets for 2016!!! REVIEW SUMMARY Pros High quality modern retro helmet with beautiful graphics Allows different looks with add-on accessories Lightweight ...

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100% Barstow Classic Goggles – First Impression

Photos & Words by | Jun Song [Disclosure: I did not purchase the goggles. Motorcycle House provided me with the goggles to test and review] Motorcycle House, online motorcycle gear retailer (www.motorcyclehouse.com) asked me to review one of the gears they sell, and so I figured I’d ask for the 100% Barstow goggles. I haven’t had the chance to go ride ...

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