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post #1 of 66 Old 08-21-2007, 06:39 AM Thread Starter
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How much gear do you REALLY wear?

We all talk about ATGATT. But, come on, tell me the truth.

I'm good about wearing a jacket/helmet/boots on the 919 but....
the other night I rode the Sherpa around "naked"-no helmet, just shorts, t-shirt and sneakers. Darn it, it felt good.

No road rash pictures, please.

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Every time I swing a leg over, at a minimum, I have on Helmet (obviously), jacket, gloves, boots. Depending on how far I am straying from home determines leg protection. If not far, I will have jeans or khakis on with Alpinestars reflex kneeguards underneath. If riding all day, I will wear my Fieldsheer adventure pants.

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We all talk about ATGATT. But, come on, tell me the truth.

the other night I rode the Sherpa around "naked"-Darn it, it felt good.
Please post a few pics. j/k lol- I always ride with leather jacket, leather pants, gloves and helmet.

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I will do jeans instead of mesh pants if I'm out of town and just going a couple of miles to eat dinner, etc. Other than that, it's mesh or textile or leather pants and jacket, helmet, boots and gloves. So I guess the only exception is jeans for a short trip.

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Helmet, Jacket, Gloves, boots, always.

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Helmet, Jacket, Gloves, boots, always.

.. although I admit I wear jeans.

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Well, lets see... socks, clean underwear (you never know what can happen), oakley glasses and a smile

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Obviously, always a helmet. Always gloves. Always silk. Always boots, 90% motorcycle specific, 10% high lace up engineering type.

Depending on the weather. 60% of the time is leather jacket, 30% textile 3/4 length jacket (if I know there's rain in the forecast), 10% (crazy hot weather) mess jacket. The jacket is more to protect the Tommy Bahama shirt than my skin. I've been know to wear jeans on occasion. But, do wear the leather pants or textile pants more than 50% of the time. Again, depending on the situation. Great thing about textile pants, you wear shorts under them and take the pants off at stops.

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helmet,jacket always gloves and boot most of the time and draggin jeans or riding pant most of the time as well.

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Helmet, jacket, gloves always. 50/50 on wearing riding pants. Jeans for short rides and dress pants for commuting is normal, but riding pants for long rides always.

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For $24.99, my knees are worth it. You can't see them under your jeans or pants, and they are vented so your legs stay cool when riding. After seeing my wife's knee w/ a 2" hole, and the nurses picking out bits of asphalt and rock with forceps, I wear something over my knees always now. Thanks to dadogs for finding them for me.

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Every time I ride:
FF Helmet, armored gloves, CE padded heavy duty leather jacket & pants, back protector pad, and MC boots.

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I'm proud of you all! A bunch of geared up riders.

I'm waiting to hear from those of you that will admit that you don't wear it all.
Certainly, the vast majority of riders I see in NC in August are not AGATT.

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When I commuted daily or went on distance trips it was always full ATGATT 100% every single time. Just darting around town on the SM occasionally I'm in jeans but full gear otherwise.

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helmet, gloves, mesh coat, used to do riding pants but man it's hot! gotta get some mesh pants eventually, and boots. Oh and i totally understand the full naked squids and i have a rashed knee from wearing jeans instead of my riding pants! The last week with 104 temps whew bout make you strip while ridin!!

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Always helmet, gloves, and jacket. I can be pretty mindless about boots and knee protection. I do like the under the pants pro that Ridgerunner showed us. Just ordered a pair! Boots are a sore point. I Have a real hard time finding anything that fits just right. It seams as iff all the slip on style street boots are to wide and my foot creeps out. There are not enough lace up options. Race boots are a little over the top for casual wear.

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With the weather lately I seem to be the exception. Everybody is running around here in shorts, sunglasses, hat on backwards, wifebeater and tennis shoes.

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Wife beater, flip flops, and a do-rag. Mesh jacket, gloves, helmet, jeans, and high top leather racing shoes. (Size 14 feet with boots...I'd have to shift with my hand.)

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I am a Harley rider...

Harley Helmet
Harley Hat
Harley Shirt (w/consummate and ubiquitous US Flag and preferred Harley Dealer)
Harley Gloves
Harley Watch
Harley Necklace
Harley Belt
Harley Chaps
Levi Jeans (for now)
Harley Boots
Harley Socks
Harley Sunglasses
Harley....
Harley....



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For me full gear falls a bit short.
Helmet,Leather Jacket,Gloves,Work boots.
Short trip gear
Helmet,Tennis shoes,most of the time jacket and gloves.
Store run gear
Helmet,Teeshirt& jeans,Tennis shoes.

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I'm proud of you all! A bunch of geared up riders.

I'm waiting to hear from those of you that will admit that you don't wear it all.
Certainly, the vast majority of riders I see in NC in August are not AGATT.

That's how I rode for the first 10 yrs. Ignorance is bliss. I always rode by myself. The more experienced riders I met the more my eyes were opened to
how I ought to be gearing up.

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Every time I get on the bike, it's boots, gloves, jacket, helmet. If I'm going to work, it's jeans, but if I'm going to "ride" its Fieldsheer pants in addition to the above.

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I'm waiting to hear from those of you that will admit that you don't wear it all

Guilty as charged...

While I do wear a full-face helmet 100% of the time, I don't own any true riding gear other than my trusty leather jacket and a new Cortech jacket with all the armor etc that matched my FZ1...that I sold last month.

Yes, I'm the sloppy one. My weekend riding attire on the R* consists of the aforementioned helmet, jeans, a t-shirt and loafers.

I know I should wear all the gear, it's just not comfortable for me in the summer. Yes, I also know r-rash isn't too comfortable either, I accept the risk.

I'm on my 7th street bike now, over a span of 20 years of riding. I haven't had an accident on the street yet...

*knocks on wood furiously*

Plenty of close calls, but I've always been a defensive-riding pussy on the street as it is, so I've always had time to react. I'm always the dude in the back of the pack, and I'm happy to be there.



I hope to make it to this --> without an accident!

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Thanks alot for the knee guards site. Mesh and ballistic jacket is in the mail. I hope Joe Rocket is good. I got my velcro boots a few weeks ago, I've always had a hang-up about shoestrings after I hung one yrs ago.
Last month when I rode in Ark. I guess,I'm the only one with a helmet. Every body was so cool with $100 sunglasses and do-rags. I didn't want to think of the "AFTER" photos!

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I ride fully protected. I start with a good quality condom from Trojan!

Actually...To & from work is helmet,CE armored jacket,leather gloves,riding jeans,boots. Sometimes shoes.

Sport riding is always full vented one piece leathers,leather gloves,Sidi boots, helmet.
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Always helmet, gloves, boots and jacket. I may do jeans on a short trip.
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I ride fully protected. I start with a good quality condom from Trojan!

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I'm pretty much an ATGATT kind of dude. The least I will wear is when I am on a trip and I just wear jeans instead of riding pants, but I still have all the other stuff on.

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We all talk about ATGATT. But, come on, tell me the truth.

I'm good about wearing a jacket/helmet/boots on the 919 but....
the other night I rode the Sherpa around "naked"-no helmet, just shorts, t-shirt and sneakers. Darn it, it felt good.

No road rash pictures, please.

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Always a helmet, jacket, usually jeans but have started wearing Olympia mesh pants as of late. Better than my jeans, and more comfortable too! My biggest shortcoming is my boots. I wear my cowboy boots religiously, both on and off the road. I need to get something better.

Just a side note, I wrecked the other day on my mountain bike into a gravel embankment on a nasty downhill. I hit shoulder- and head-first, at about 15 miles an hour. It took a few minutes before my head stopped spinning. Painful. I will never ride a motorcycle without a helmet. It's just too easy to die or end up as a vegetable.

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Kristen,

was it you on that photo?
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Kristen,

was it you on that photo?
Close...Kristen is a lot Sweeeeter!

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good judgment is your best protection, IMHO

in a picture below he had a full gear on and he did not get any road rush but..

I do wear pants and helmet all the time because I was bit several times by insects on collision and I do not want any bugs in my pants or teeth )

Riding in the town, I think it kinda overkill riding next to scooter and bicycles in full gear. We already have extra margin of safety over them being able to accelerate out of the situation.

I do use headlight and stoplight modulator and do not hesitate to blow my Nautilus horn with air compressor

Many riders wearing full gear get false sense of security and go for stupid things, IMHO, which they would not do if they would not have it on. I am guilty of it too I must confess .. So it is not that simple after all
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Close...Kristen is a lot Sweeeeter!
then she is a safety threat for all other motorcycle riders (aka "target fixation")

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Oooooh Target fixation.....

I like, target fixation....

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was it you on that photo?

I don't do pillion.

(And I'm blonde).

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then she is a safety threat for all other motorcycle riders (aka "target fixation")
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Oooooh Target fixation.....

I like, target fixation....
Wanna hear sumthin to make you jealous? I've met her in person, and she's much sweeter than you guys could ever hope for.

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Wanna hear sumthin to make you jealous? I've met her in person, and she's much sweeter than you guys could ever hope for.

Oh James, that is soooo nice of you.

And just what is that tatoo on the back of your leg?

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Wanna hear sumthin to make you jealous? I've met her in person, and she's much sweeter than you guys could ever hope for.
Pics of the Sweeter than Sweet?

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Always a helmet, jacket, usually jeans but have started wearing Olympia mesh pants as of late. Better than my jeans, and more comfortable too! My biggest shortcoming is my boots. I wear my cowboy boots religiously, both on and off the road. I need to get something better.

Just a side note, I wrecked the other day on my mountain bike into a gravel embankment on a nasty downhill. I hit shoulder- and head-first, at about 15 miles an hour. It took a few minutes before my head stopped spinning. Painful. I will never ride a motorcycle without a helmet. It's just too easy to die or end up as a vegetable.
You wouldn't have crash on the mountain bike if you weren't wearing your cowboy boots!

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