Hope your buddy recovers quickly! Best wishes.
That's all I can say.
Snohomish County, Washington USA
You guys ride in the RAIN????
All this motorcycle talk has reminded me of the fun I had back in my courier days, anyone in Canada got a CB250RS for sale?
My everyday commuting gear is a Rev'It textile jacket and Dainese D-dry pants and they work great in the rain.
Countries I've ridden in: US, Canada, Ireland, UK, Germany, Netherlands, France, China, Singapore, Malaysia
States I've ridden in: Illinois, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, California, Nevada, Missouri, Colorado
BMW gear FTW
"It is not the critic who counts."
Let's face it. Without Froggy you'll be soggy.
pcad i saw some frogg toggs at Dick's...they really work? The material is very weird ... there is a BMW one piece suit for 125$ at the dealership that looks like it is pretty good quality, is that too much for a once piece rain suit?
This but without the "BMW Motorad" on it
advrider seems to like it
I have some rain pants that I got on sale at the dealer for about $30, and my textile jacket. Always dry, always warm. I've ridden in rain and snow, and down to less than 20 degrees with wind chill. The only thing I would change would be not wearing lace-up boots in the coldest weather, as they let some air in.
You need to book a session with Dr. Phil.
Your obsession with weight would make a good segment.
Cyclists are too fat to be Jockeys, too......
Jockey's are too fat to be yard gnomes.....
Who cares ?
Now on to more important things....Im planning a road trip on my
nu-lil baby bike...Can the Frogg Toggs fold up into a very small package ?