How To: Ride Like a Girl
With our all-new Women's Channel, we'd like to change that. And not just for self-serving reasons—we've got a great selection of riding gear designed specifically for women, and we'd like to see it go to a good home.
Guys are always complaining about lack of good gear options—the old trope about not wanting to be a power ranger, or a leather boy. We get it, and we've hitched our wagon to the concept of finding standout examples of good gear and putting it all in one place. But things are so, so much harder for women. We feel ya, sister.
The motorcycle industry is steeped in testosterone, and the prevailing design philosophy for women's gear certainly seems to be to Pink It, Shrink It.
We are proud to say we've gotten enough quality women's gear together to justify a women's category page—and there isn't a spec of pink in the whole place. Sorry, ladies, if you're into that sort of thing.[caption id="attachment_3039" align="alignleft" width="700"] The Gringo S in Blood Red and Belstaff Women's Trialmaster[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3038" align="alignleft" width="700"] The Bellecour armored leather jacket from REVIT[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3040" align="alignleft" width="700"] Stylmartin Sharon boots and Kevlar-lined denim[/caption]