Wicked Stock Sahara Mesh Motorcycle Jacket Review


Summer is almost here and you’re going to want to shed that heavy leather jacket. You might want to try one of those Motorcycle Mesh Jackets which suit you best. And when it comes to Summer Men Motorcycle Jackets, the first choice is the Sahara Mesh Motorcycle Jacket from Wicked Stock because it’s light and comfortable for hot weather. Let’s find out more about the Wicked Stock’s Sahara mesh motorcycle jacket.

How to Choose the Safest Motorcycle Jacket?


The first thing you want to consider is choosing the safest motorcycle jacket material. Leather is the most popular choice among motorcycle riders. It’s soft, form-fitting and more comfortable for the rider. The thickness of leather varies but a good motorcycle leather jacket is made from thickness ranging between 1.1 to 1.3mm. This will better absorb heat from friction in the event that you are forced to drop your motorcycle and slide along the road.

Track Racing 101


Track racing for motorcycles got its start in Australia back in the 1920’s. It is a sport where teams or individuals race their opponent around an oval track.The track is unpaved. Usually dirt, shale, brick and sometimes even sand. Some places they even race on ice tracks (more on that later).

Dilemma of Summer Rides – Protection vs. Ventilation


Here at Wicked Stock, we are always harping on the idea that having protection while riding your motorcycle is at the very top of the list when it comes to the most important things in motorcycle riding. That’s because it is. The first thing that would be suggested is leather or textile motorcycle jackets complete with armor inserts. This will protect your shoulders elbows and back from severe damage if you have the bad luck of dumping your motorcycle along the road.

How to Prepare For a Cross Country Motorcycle Trip


The nice weather is upon us. Many people will be wanting to get out on the road with their motorcycles.The first thing you want to do is decide where you are going and who will go with you. How far do you want to travel? Will it be a day trip or perhaps a weekend jaunt?Some people will plan to spend their whole vacation on their motorcycle. Whatever you decide, there are a few important points to remember.

What Not To Wear When Riding ?


I could just rattle off a list of things that you absolutely positively should not wear while riding your motorcycle. But that would make for a short, very uninteresting article.Let’s break it down and talk about different items. There are some smart and some not so smart. Starting at the top of the list, you don’t want to wear a ball cap. Not going to protect your head even a little bit. And if you feel that you are really rocking that red plaid dew rag? That’s great, but put a good safety approved helmet over it before you go.