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October 26th, 2019

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Owning a motorcycle is a liberating experience. Whether you’re a daily commuter, weekend warrior, or somewhere in between, we can all agree that being part of the motorcycle community is life-changing.

Regardless of what type of rider you are, you should always take steps to make your ride as safe and comfortable as possible. A big part of that is having all the right gear and accessories. Here are our picks for the essential motorcycle accessories of 2019.

Sena 20S-01

If you don’t already have one of these, go get one. You won’t regret it. There are a wide range of styles and functionality available when it comes to Bluetooth headsets, with some premium models allowing you to communicate with other riders in your group over a mile away. The beauty of these devices is their versatility. Of all the options out there, we recommend the Sena 20S-01.

With this Bluetooth headset you can listen to music from your phone or the radio, communicate with other riders, and get GPS directions all simultaneously and without having to look at your phone. The intercom range on this particular model is incredible. It allows you to talk to other riders in your group that are up to 1.2 miles away. This means that if someone from your group gets separated and you have the Sena 20S-01, getting paired back up is seamless.

GoPro Hero8

Recording your ride gives you the chance to capture the moment, and also provides you with a solid defense in case of an accident. The best riding cameras like the ones found here will do just that. As of now, the best overall helmet camera is the GoPro Hero 8. What makes this camera special is the upgraded HyperSmooth 2.0 stabilization mode which keeps your videos silky smooth, even on bumpy roads. This little camera also shoots in 4k, which means your videos will be crystal clear.

Quictent Heavy Duty Motorcycle Shelter

If you don’t have a garage, a motorcycle storage shelter will not only give you a place to park your bike that keeps it safe from the elements, but it will also go a long way in keeping your bike safe from thieves. Even if you have locks and alarms, the best deterrent for motorcycle thieves is a motorcycle cover. If a thief can’t see the type of bike you have, they are much less likely to target it.

With the Quictent Heavy Duty Motorcycle Shelter, you get an added layer of protection with its collapsible aluminum-reinforced frame and lock. This is the best thing you can do for your motorcycle if you live in an area without a garage.

Helite Roadster Leather Airbag Jacket

When it comes to safety, a helmet, jacket, and gloves are the standard. A crash can happen at any time, especially if you commute every day in and out of a busy city. If you want to take your motorcycle safety to the next level, invest in an airbag jacket or vest. 

Products like the Helite Leather Airbag Jacket are designed to immediately deploy when they sense you’re about to go down. The jacket comes equipped with an inflatable airbag that will deploy in the even you go down, protecting your neck, back, chest, and stomach. 

Smart Brake Module

Every rider wants to keep the rubber on the road. Adding accessories to your bike that you install once and don’t have to worry about help make this easier. 

The Smart Brake Module from Smart Turn System senses when you’re slowing down by engine braking and lights up your brake light. With most stock setups, your brake lights are only activated when you actually hit the brake, not when you slow down using the engine. 

This little gadget will help make sure everyone around you knows when you’re slowing down.

Wrapping It All Up

When it comes to staying comfortable and staying safe on your motorcycle, its all about riding smart, and having the right gear. These accessories will do just that. Before you start your next ride, make sure to stock up on all the motorcycle gear essentials.

Stay safe, and enjoy the ride.

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