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  1. A guide for beginner riders to prep for your first motorbike. Here is a list of essential riding gear and apparel to buy: Rain Coat Choose a raincoat without a hood so that the rain water doesn't collect in the hood. Having a hood also causes wind drag, unless you tuck it into your helmet. A good quality raincoat won't have lining that starts peeling after a few wears. So it'll save you more money in the long-run to invest in quality. Gloves Unlike durian gloves, proper motorcycle gloves come with armoured knuckles, touchscreen material for index fingers, and are made
  2. First-time motorbike riders can consider getting the following basic motorcycle accessories to prep your bike for maximum practicality and comfort during your rides. Phone Mount - Attached to your handlebar, so you can mount your phone for GPS navigation. Dashcam / Gopro - For video proof in case of any accident. Get one that's waterproof, with night vision, and covers both front and rear view. Motorbike Cover - To protect your bike from the weather (rain, UV, dust), reducing wear & tear. Balaclava / Head Scarf - To protect your face from dust, and to prevent yo
  3. The simple guide for beginner riders in Singapore to choose your first motorcycle gloves. We only have wet and dry weather here,. Easy peasy. Things to consider Usage - Are gloves for road riding only, or for off-road, track racing, touring? Size & Fit - Yes, gloves come in different sizes. If you buy too large or small gloves, you won't be able to grip properly Hard Knuckles - For extra protection, some gloves come with carbon fibre armour at the knuckles and finger joints areas. Padding - Are the gloves too thick/thin for you to feel your clutch? Are
  4. The ultimate no-nonsense guide for beginner riders to select the best motorcycle helmet for your riding style. Everything you should consider before buying your first motorbike helmet, and tips and recommendations for top brands/ models to purchase that are affordable and value-for-money. Types of Motorcycle Helmets Full Face - Safest with most coverage for head and face. Troublesome when riding to Malaysia as need to take off helmet during customs check. Modular - Mix between full face and open. Can flip up chin bar to turn into an open face. Versatile, but not as sa
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