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RevZilla Rides RawHyde

RevZilla Rides RawHyde http://revzilla.com/rawhyde?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=RevZilla_Rides_RawHyde We sent our most hardened RevZillans to RawHyde Adventures in Southern California for a crash course (pun only slightly intended) in all things ADV. And all in the name of proudly announcing our new endeavor as the official Gear Partner of RawHyde Adventures. We saw lots of rain, a ton of mud and had an incredible learning experience with the best ADV crew in the business. Be sure to check out http://revzilla.com/rawhyde for more info.


 


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Held Phantom II Gloves Review at RevZilla.com
Held Phantom II Gloves Review http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/held-phantom-ii-gloves?utm_source=youtub e.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Held_Phantom_II_Gloves The Held Phantom 2 Gloves are the latest generation of the popular Phantom gloves that received several upgrades for 2013. The Phantom 2 have a new knuckle construction that is made of a single piece of TPU with a titanium cover that is bonded to the glove without using screws. The Phantom 2 have an updated fit with a knuckle construction that better shapes to the hand and a cuff that eliminates some bulk. The Phantom is fully constructed of kangaroo leather with additional protection provided by SuperFabric and Stingray leather. The new cuff construction is better shaped to the wrist and uses SuperFabric for abrasion resistance. At the palm side, one layer or kangaroo across the inside of the knuckles was removed to increase grip feel. For additional comfort, flex areas have been added to the thumb, index and middle finger. The original Phantom has been a rider favorite since it hit the market in 2005 and the updates for this year are all welcomed additions. The Phantom 2 will be offered in 6 color options and in Held numeric sizes 7-12.





REV'IT! Nautilus Jacket Review at RevZilla.com
REV'IT! Nautilus Jacket Review http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/revit-nautilus-jacket?utm_source=youtube .com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=REVIT_Nautilus_Jacket The REV'IT! Nautilus Jacket is a new offering from Rev'it that is designed for cooler weather riding and has a sport touring profile. The Nautilus uses a combination of 600D polyester, wax polyester in high wear areas, and Lorica at the back of the elbows for additional abrasion resistance. While there are no vents on the Nautilus, a breathable waterproof Hydratex lining will help the rider evaporate sweat in moderate temperatures. For cooler days, a full sleeve detachable thermal liner can be zipped into place and is easily removed when the temperature rises. CE approved Knox armor comes equipped in the shoulders and elbows and the Nautilus is prepared for the SeeSoft CE Level 2 back protector upgrade. Reflective areas at the shoulders, upper arms and back help increase visibility and is also prepared to take the REV'IT! Vest Connector HV. Offered in 4 color options and in sizes XS-4XL.





Icon Airframe Sauvetage Helmet Review at RevZilla.com
Icon Airframe Sauvetage Helmet Review http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-airframe-sauvetage-helmet?utm_sourc e=youtube.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Icon_Airframe_Sauvetage_H elmet "I hear the drums echoing tonight. The Icon Airframe Sauvetage helmet new for Spring 2013 is the full face compliment to the Icon Variant Big Game helmet. This predatory graphic features leopard print topped off with a Shark-tooth grin. The Sauvetage has us daydreaming about motorcycle safaris through the African plains while Africa by Toto plays on repeat. For a full detailed breakdown of the Icon Airframe helmet, check out this video: http://youtu.be/Wp6aAkUhm-o





2013 Motorcycle Tires Buying Guide at RevZilla.com
2013 Motorcycle Tires Buying Guide http://www.revzilla.com/best-tires-2013?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=d escription&utm_campaign=2013_Motorcycle_Tires_Buying_Guide A new installment to our Gear Guide line-up, the 2013 Motorcycle Tires Buying Guide showcases our top picks in 6 genres of motorcycle tires from V-Twin to Adventure and Sport Touring to Race. Our top pick in Sport Touring is the Michelin Pilot Road 3 that handles great in wet and dry conditions, has a dual compound composition and comes in both a street and trail version for ADV bikes. The Michelin Pilot Power 3 got our vote for sport tire that replaces the Pilot Power Pure that uses a new 2CT+ technology that offers better handling and stability. The Race / Track tire pick goes to the tried and true, bang-for-buck, Dunlop Q2 that is no stranger to any track day rider and is a true 50/50 street / track performance tire. Looking at our top pick in the V-Twin / cruiser category, newcomer Metzeler ME888, or the Triple 8, builds on the legacy of the ME880 and features a new rubber compound that wears even and increases longevity. In the ADV Touring segment, the Metzeler Tourance Next is truly the next generation in adventure tires with a dual compound rear tire that you could basically take to the track or down your favorite fire roads with confidence. For the more dirt based adventure crowd, the Heidenau K60 Scout offers consistent 50/50 Street / Dirt performance coupled with long wearing performance. At the surface tires, picking the right tire might seem daunting, but if your riding style fits one of these 6 categories, these picks will keep you rolling along happily, rubber side down.





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