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Gear in Large Sizes

Women’s Harley-Davidson Orange Hi-Vis Rain Suit

Stay dry with this attention-getting waterproof jacket and pants

3/26/2021, By Rebecca Carter Littmann, Photos by Tricia Szulewski
A little rain shouldn’t stop us from getting in a great motorcycle ride! But being prepared means having gear that will keep you dry, comfortable, and safe. Harley-Davidson’s Hi-Vis rain jacket and pants do just that, and pack down small enough to stow in a saddlebag so you’re ready when the storm clouds roll in.
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WRN Top Picks: Best Women’s Motorcycle Touring Boots

Our favorite footwear for riding a sport tourer, tourer, bagger, or any street bike

11/2/2020, By Women Riders Now Staff and Leadership Board
We began our riding boot buying guide with an overview of the different styles available to motorcycle riders. In this article, we share our own personal favorite touring boots and tell you why we love them.
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SportBike Chic’s LaShundra Rucker and Raven Rova’s Karleen Eberle

Behind the scenes with two female motorcycle gear makers

7/8/2020, By Tricia Szulewski, Editor
LaShundra Rucker and Karleen Eberle are two vibrant female motorcycle industry entrepreneurs who make unique, stylish protective riding apparel. Meet the ladies in this Q&A and check out some “behind the scenes” photos of their gear as its being designed.
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Protective Riding Apparel for Female Motorcyclists, Including Full-Figured Women

Raven Rova and SportBike Chic, two women-owned makers filling the void for curvy bikers

6/12/2020, By Tricia Szulewski, Editor
SportBike Chic and Raven Rova are two “for women, by women” motorcycle gear manufacturers making good looking, functional riding apparel that includes plus sizes.
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Review: Simple Waterproof Motorcycle Touring Pants and Jacket

A versitile, affordable riding outfit made by Indian Motorcycle

2/9/2018, By Lori Balcer, WRN reader from Shepard, Montana; photos by Genevieve Schmitt
For those who want big-time weather protection on a budget, here's a motorcycle touring outfit designed with you in mind.
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Review: Gravitate Jeans Designed for Motorcycle Riders and Passengers

A denim alternative to regular jeans to wear while riding

1/13/2016, By Sash Walker
For many plus-sized riders like myself, finding jeans that fit well can be very difficult. I discovered that Gravitate Jeans not only fit me well, but enhances my figure.
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VIDEO PROFILE: Motorcycle-inspired T-Shirts and Accessories in Plus Sizes

Bling bandanas, hats, scarves, purses, jewelry and more

8/3/2015
In the very crowded world of motorcycle-inspired t-shirts and accessories for women, GoBrazen.com is standing out by focusing on sizes for larger women. Its shirts are designed to help a woman flaunt her curves.
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New Women's Motorcycling Gear Collection Debuts

Apparel for every type of riding

5/18/2015
Held USA is now offering a wide range of women's motorcycling gear including jackets, pants, gloves, boots, and armored casual wear. The expanded women's collection, that we at Women Riders Now are so excited about, includes textile, leather, and denim pieces, offering motorcycle clothing choices for every type of riding and sense of style.
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Review: Joe Rocket Trixie Leather Jacket

Quality basic black jacket with budget features

11/6/2014, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
The black leather Trixie jacket came out from Joe Rocket last season, but is still widely available and listed as new still on the company’s website. The Trixie is a simple, understated 1.2mm, mid-weight leather jacket that works in all three seasons, spring, summer and fall.
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Handlebars, Shocks & Footpegs for Short and Tall Riders

Plus, lighting to improve your ride

5/1/2012
Just like the three bears' beds for Goldilocks, our stock motorcycles are just not right sometimes. Often it's a matter of adjusting the handlebars, the footpegs or the shocks. Fortunately, Harley-Davidson is aware that not all riders are built the same, so over the last few years, engineers in the P&A department have been designing various parts to accommodate shorter and taller-than-average riders. We also included something every rider should have—a set of auxiliary riding lights from Motolight.
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