My Vegan Motorcycle Gear

You can be safe on a motorcycle without harming any animals. Here is all the leather free gear I use to stay safe.

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Helmet: CKX 610RR
Jacket: Icon Merc Vitriol
Gloves: Spidi Rainshield H2O Out
Shorts: Leatt GPX 5.5 AirFlex Impact Shorts
Knee Braces: Alpinestars Fluid Pro Knee Brace
Boots: Sidi Fusion

My Vegan Motorcycle Gear

You can be safe on a motorcycle without harming any animals. Here is all the leather free gear I use to stay safe.

Get Vegan Gains Apparel: https://teespring.com/stores/vegan-gains
Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vegangains
outro: Beef by KRS-One
Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vegan-Gains-750568258359704/

Helmet: CKX 610RR
Jacket: Icon Merc Vitriol
Gloves: Spidi Rainshield H2O Out
Shorts: Leatt GPX 5.5 AirFlex Impact Shorts http://amzn.to/2gVnaKu
Knee Braces: Alpinestars Fluid Pro Knee Brace http://amzn.to/2zRoxxq
Boots: Sidi Fusion http://amzn.to/2gPtQGv

17 thoughts on “My Vegan Motorcycle Gear

  1. “Vegan Motorcycle Gear” you know a lot of experienced riders are switching over to fabric because of cost and added protection due to advancement in technology. Vegan friendly has nothing to do with it at the end of the day, it’s just a better choice. Your gear does look good though.

  2. Checkout alien moto. They create vegan motorcycle gear! They even got an award by peta and donate some profits to charity. They create mostly racing gear but are also expanding with jeans etc

  3. Dislike just for the clickbait thumbnail. I hope a gorilla tackles you and eat’s you while you are in that suit HAHA.

  4. I hope it’s an electric motorcycle, otherwise all those rants about the meat industry being the key contributing factor to global warming amounts to nothing.

  5. IME it never mattered how waterproof the gloves are, since water runs down your arms and under the glove cuffs, even at highway speeds. When u slow or stop, obviously that multiplies.
    In bad weather and on long days, I used overmitts to delay the effect and keep a little warmer, but that’s it. It’s pretty rainy over here. If you ever find a way to have warm dry hands whilst riding in the rain – short of a massive fairing – don’t keep it a secret

  6. Hey Richard . Just starting to turn Vegan and just north of Toronto . I have watched a few of your videos . I have seen some of the videos on some of the Vegan restaurants you have been too . Could you do something on your favourite places and where they are in Toronto ? . I’m down there almost once a month and would like to check some places out . Practically new to the Vegan lifestyle .

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