FROM THE PURVEYORS OF MOTO MERCHANDISE
O’NEAL HARDWEAR GEAR
“The 2016 Hardwear gear is O’Neal’s
top-of-the-line gear and is built for
durability and comfort. This year’s
Hardwear pants are made without any
compromises. The gear has integrated
vents to keep your body cool and dry.
The material used at the stretch points is
the basis of its free feeling when riding.”
—O’Neal’s Mark Shear.
$152.99 (pants), $49.49 (jersey)—
www.oneal.com or (800) 326-6325. ;
PRO TAPER ST- 4 STRIDER BIKE
“If your toddler can walk, a Strider will get your toddler cruising over
dirt, grass and pavement with ease. Designed to be steady, stable and safe,
the Strider ST- 4 bike is perfect for children from 18 months to 5 years old.
Weighing only 6. 7 pounds, the bike includes patented frame-integrated
footrests for advanced rider development, and the handlebar and saddle
height are adjustable for growing children.” —Pro Taper’s Paul Perebijnos.
$149.99— www.protaper.com or (951) 736-5369.
IMPACT MOTO PEG
“The Impact Moto Peg offers better peg
traction and improved comfort without
changing the way the peg feels. The Impact
Moto Peg accomplishes this by isolating the
cleat from touching metal to metal. With the
Impact Moto Peg, your foot will stay planted
and your feet, ankles and knees will feel better.”
—Fasst Company’s Cole Townsend.
$259.00— www.fasstco.com or
AIR SEAT FOAM
“Developed by Think
Technologies, Air Seat Foam is the
lightest on the market at 68 grams.
It is used by factory teams worldwide.
It is up to 1.6 pounds lighter than stock
seat foam, with that weight savings at the
highest point on the motorcycle. Its closed-cell technology makes sure that zero moisture
is absorbed, and the foam is 100-percent CNC-machined to within .001 inches of the stock seat
shape.” —Next Components’ Eddie Cole.
$299.95—(661) 253-1592 or