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February 13, 2017

Weego JS12 Heavy Duty Charger

As adventure motorcycle technology advances, cameras, GPS systems, and helmet-mounted communications get smaller and lighter. And as our use of these technologies increases, so does our thirst for power. When traveling over long distances or off the grid, recharging devices can be a challenge, especially when considering the limited power-producing capabilities of smaller adventure bikes. Thankfully, the New Jersey-based company,…
February 07, 2017

Tire Pressure Monitoring System From RRR Tool Solutions

Gone are the days of manually checking your tire pressures—or forgetting to. Before every ride I tell myself to check, then I pull out of the garage only to remember that I forgot. Wondering if your tires are at the correct pressures or temperatures, whether on- or off-road, can be a big distraction. With the TPMS by RRR Tool Solutions,…
January 27, 2017

Held Air-n-Dry Four-Season Glove

When Held, one of Germany’s most established and awarded apparel companies, introduced the Air-n-Dry four-season glove, I was curious—with a wrinkled brow. Sometimes it's overly optimistic to proclaim a new product as a do-it-all Swiss Army Knife in any field, but I will admit the technology is ambitious. Held’s Air N’ Dry gloves have two compartments to choose from, and…
January 20, 2017

Shinko 804/805 Adventure Trail Tires

The dual-sport tire market is as wide and varied as the people who ride on those tires. If your need falls into the category of 40% on road and 60% off road, I highly recommend you take a serious look at the Shinko 804/805 Adventure Trail tires. Shinko was established in 1946 as a manufacturer of bicycle tires and tubes…
January 12, 2017

2017 Top Three Budget Adventure Dual Sport Helmet Review

Video Have you ever heard the saying, “Price is only an issue at the absence of value?” While that’s true in many cases, sometimes the “issue” is that we simply can’t afford top of the line gear. That’s why ADVMoto has gathered three budget adventure helmets priced under $200 for your consideration – The GMax GM-11, AFX FX-41DS, and HJC’s…
January 10, 2017

SIDI Deep Rain Boots - Built for AdvenTurisimo

I couldn’t help but notice their fine Italian quality immediately as the SIDI Deep Rain boots came out of the box. From the embossed, anti-wear heat panels to the Trockenfuss (dry foot) antibacterial/absorbent liner, SIDI pays a lot of attention to detail. The boots look attractive in a rugged way but are, at the same time, subtle. Little accents like…
December 28, 2016

Camel Tank for Honda CRF 250L

ADVMoto’s project CRF 250L came from the dealership with a 2 gallon gas tank. During our initial test rides, we couldn’t get to 130 miles before worrying about how far the next gas station was. IMS supplied us with a 3.1 gallon tank that increased our ranged to about 200 miles. That’s not bad, but not good enough for our…
December 16, 2016

Cobrra NEMO 2: To Lube or Not to Lube?

Let’s face it, many of us neglect our motorcycle chains on a regular basis. Even worse, we don’t even feel bad about it. Everyone knows why chain maintenance is important, so if lubing a chain isn’t hard to do or time consuming, why don’t we do it? The simple fact of the matter is, sometimes we get lazy.But what if…
December 14, 2016

Vee Rubber V163 Tires

It’s a long way to Deadhorse, Alaska. Snow and muddy snowmelt covered our route north from Seattle, where we had accepted the offer to try Vee Rubber’sV163 tires. I wasn’t sure they would be the right tires for the hard ride ahead. Traveling through 41 countries for more than three years, we’ve used high-end brands like Pirelli M60, Metzeler Tourance,…