How To: Be an Expert at Commuting on a Motorcycle


Riding in Vancouver, BC almost 365 days a year we can agree that this article gives a great advise to being a successful commuter.  We always have waterproof gloves with us but even H20 proof gloves can pack it in on some days.  Back up gloves can save a life..we bring sometimes up to three sets of gloves.  Hippo Hands are also a fantastic way to stay warm and dry…I know they are not beautiful but oh so practical…

October 10, 2013

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Commuting by bike saves you time and money and is also more effective than a cup of coffee to wake you up in the morning. Use these tips to get the most of your trip to and from work, this is how to commute on a motorcycle.

Gear Up
Commuting to work requires you to ride in a myriad of different weather conditions. Even in a climate as mellow as Southern California, my commute ranges from dark, low 40-degree mornings to sunny, 95-degree afternoon rides depending on the time of year. Varied conditions mean you’ll need appropriate gear for all types of weather. We recommend the Aerostich Roadcrafter riding suit, as it can be made to fit all weather conditions and can be worn over anything. As a bonus, it’s been specifically designed to avoid wrinkling a business suit worn underneath. But, if you aren’t able to spring for that, a good winter jacket and gloves could do the trick. You can also add the following as needed: Continue reading