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  1. #16
    Clutch Cadet
    My Bike(s)
    83 Gl650I
    Squamish, British Columbia
    Womper, check out Eastern Beaver. He has many bike specific items including a very nice fuse block. Very popular with the Vstrom crowd.

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  3. #17
    Want's A New Title
    My Bike(s)
    2006 grey suzuki M50 /2009 KLR 650
    Ottawa, Ontario Canada
    dude... just checked it out... awesome... thanks!
    2009 Kawasaki KLR 650 called Beast and 2006 Suzuki M50 to be reborn M50 Service Manual
    Quote Originally Posted by omegajim View Post
    "we, the few, the proud, the motorcyclists of the world, refuse to sit down in comfort, insulated from the environment, and run the gauntlet of life with a front row seat. And we wouldn't want it any other way." Jim

  4. #18
    Clunked into first gear
    My Bike(s)
    Z750S, M50, ZX10R
    Chicago NW 'burbs
    I don't ride when it gets below 35. So I don't use heated gear. For me, the best accessory on a bike for cold weather is hand guards to keep the wind off your (gloved) hands.

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  6. #19
    Leaned over, knee down
    St Paul Mn
    Quote Originally Posted by trenttheuncatchable View Post
    I don't ride when it gets below 35. So I don't use heated gear. For me, the best accessory on a bike for cold weather is hand guards to keep the wind off your (gloved) hands.
    It doesn't have to be down to 35* for you to need heated gear unless all your rides are short ones, try an all day ride @55* and you will see what I mean.
    2009 BMW, R 1200 GS
    2010 Victory Cross Country
    2008 DR 650
    2004 BMW R1150RS
    2003 KTM 525 EX/C
    2005 Santa Cruz Heckler

  7. #20
    Where Am I ?
    My Bike(s)
    It can be pretty difficult to find the best stuff for your commute, simply because everyone is so different. I get my stuff from J&P and I like them quite a bit. I suggest checking out some sites with customer service ratings – this will give you a good idea of the actual quality of the material you’re buying. Plus, try reading a good sample of the comments – sometimes people pinpoint specific problems or benefits, from issues with a helmet, to a great set up motorcycle grips, and you can better tell how that would affect you too.

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