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Safety First Can Save On You!

Motorcycle Safety GearsAnother well-known fact motorcycle personal protective equipment are acknowledged to be a protective clothing, in fact many countries mandate the wearing of protective gear for the safety of the motorcyclists or motor riders. Motorcyclists are at high risk in road riding, racing and traffic crashes. 

Protective clothing may include certain types of jackets, gloves, boots, pants/jeans, racing suits, hoodies and other clothing & textile. Jackets meant for motorcyclists are typically made of leather or specialized man-made fabrics like Cordura or Kevlar or Gore-Tex. These jackets typically include heavy padding on the elbow, spine, and shoulder regions. Gloves are generally made of leather or Kevlar and some include carbon fiber knuckle protection. Boots, especially those for sport riding, include reinforcement and plastic caps on the ankle and toe areas. Pants are usually leather, cordura, or Kevlar. Except for helmets, none of these items are required by law in any state in the USA, or in any part of the UK but are recommended by many of those who ride.

"Off road" riders wear a range of plastic armour to protect against injury from falling off, hitting other riders and bikes, debris kicked up from the rear wheel of leading bikes, and from running into track barriers protecting the public. This armour protects the extremities from bone breakage and dislocation and the back and chest from strain and broken bones. Although fairly efficient, it is of course not always completely effective. Many riders wear "roost protectors" designed specifically to protect against painful debris from other bikes, but are of no use in a fall or collision.The statistics review concluded that protective clothing including helmets reduce the risk of body and head injury by around 69% and death by around 42%.

Motorcycle accident statistics in the UK:  Deaths and Serious injuries

Traffic Accident at Yorkshire Humber England area.According to The Police Foundation, In Great Britain in 2016, over 19,297 motorcyclists were injured in reported road accidents. From this, 319 bikers were killed and 5,553 were seriously injured. While this may sound drastic, the figures demonstrate a 3% decrease in bike-related casualties of 3% between 2015 and 2016.

Motorcyclists who are most likely to be at risk on the road

So, we from want to inspire and encourage you to shop our online store to buy and wear motorcycle protective clothing such as jackets,  armour, motorcycle jeans, racing suits, and hoodies for your full body safety gear to avoid the vulnerabilities and risks during motorcycling crashes or road accidents. We have a vast variety and hottest product types of protective clothing. We have both for men and women’s clothing for different sizes available on our online store, and it’s just a click of a mouse to cherry-pick and select our hottest and latest products. Shop now and have confidence with our online store!.  

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