WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2014
Owning a motorcycle says a lot about your adventurous personality, and accessories — whether worn or attached to your bike — give you more opportunity to express yourself. Below are five popular motorcycle accessories.
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- Windshield: Apart from improving a motorcycle's aerodynamics, a windshield helps divert the rushing wind around you instead of letting it pound you in the face. This is particularly helpful in chilly weather, when the wind can literally chill you to the bone. Windshields also protect your face from flying dirt, debris and bugs.
- Beverage holder: Some motorcyclists prefer bringing a water bottle and other prefer wearing a hydration bladder, which is a small backpack that allows for hands-free drinking through a tube that snakes around to reach your mouth. Whatever your preference, hydration is essential for motorcyclists — as it's easy to sweat in response to the physical activity of riding.
- Neck cooler: The exposed skin on the back of your neck is susceptible to windburn and sunburn unless you protect it with a high-collared jacket or neck cooler. You can purchase special scarves made for motorcyclists, or simply wear a bandana of your choice. On warm days, soak it in water first, so it keeps you cool as you ride.
- Helmet: A safety-certified helmet is essential for your protection while riding your motorcycle, but there are many fun helmets you can select. From various colors and patterns to helmets with mohawks or shark fins, there's truly something for everyone — so it's easy to look good while staying safe.
- Jacket: Motorcyclists aren't limited to leather jackets. There are plenty of materials that protect your skin while riding. Some jackets are thick for cool weather, some are ventilated for warm weather and some have built in body armor for extra protection while riding.
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