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The right leather for motorcycle jackets

The right leather for motorcycle jackets

  Whats right for the ride?  There are plenty of options when it comes to choosing leather, but certainly not all are created equal. There is a distinct hierarchy between the way a hide is split, tanned, and dyed. Lets take a look at what constitutes the highest grade and what leather should be avoided when choosing a motorcycle jacket.   Full-Grain is of the finest quality available Full-Grain: Full-Grain leather cowhide stands at the highest echelon of durability and luxury. Why? because it is the outermost layer of cowhide and is not sanded down to smooth out the grain. Full-Grain...

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ESTEFAN DUARTE
PLACES TO RIDE: HIGHWAY 154 THE SANTA YNEZ MOUNTAINS, CALIFORNIA

PLACES TO RIDE: HIGHWAY 154 THE SANTA YNEZ MOUNTAINS, CALIFORNIA

Whether you live in California or plan on visiting soon you already know there is a plethora of gorgeous scenes to ride through. The Pacific Coast highway (Highway 1) is probably the most popular and never disappoints when it comes to seaside views, its the most ridden highway in our state! That being said, we decided to take it to the mountains for our latest ride while putting our newest jacket to the test!  Sporting a swooped up Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone designed by GuzziTech we trekked out to the highest point. Geared up with the V.MA1 Airborne Jacket loaded with...

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ESTEFAN DUARTE
THE SO-CAL BURN RIDE

THE SO-CAL BURN RIDE

Hey riders!with plenty of associations out there riding for a good cause Id like to turn attention to the Socal Burn Ride! Hosted in Calabasas,CA at the Sage Brush Cantina we had a great time as a local sponsor at this fantastic event. All proceeds go to aiding burn survivors from all walks of life.Hosted as a charity motorcycle poker run through the hills of southern California and up the beautiful Pacific Coast Highway it is a breathtaking ride for all types and styles of motorcycle riders. On October 8th 2016 riders geared up and left from West Hills, CA...

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