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Here at 1Moto, We have spent hundreds of man hours searching Motorbike products on Amazon so that you can find a huge range of motorcycle products for not only yourself and your motorbike, but also your garage and home. Ranging from Adult to Junior, beginner to professional, we provide for all abilities and riding styles and all sorts of motorbike products for UK motorbike riders. We aim to deliver you consistent low prices on the world’s best quality and most popular brands for both the ROAD and the DIRT.
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Motorbike Protective clothing UK
Protective Clothing is always a necessity for those not only worried about their head…..but also their body when it comes to riding a motorbike. When it comes down to purchasing protection, there is always the hard decision over style/comfort, protection/movement and vice versa, luckily here at 1Moto we have we can provide multiple choices of Jackets, Pants, One Piece Suits and Two Piece Suits. Benefiting from Leather, Textile and Gore-Tex you will find premium Protective Clothing at affordable prices. Having the leading and most popular brands means you can expect the best comfort and protection whatever the riding style.
Motorcycle boots are essential for riding as they protect the most vulnerable area of the rider's body. A sturdy pair of boots should be high on every rider's wanted list and a little extra outlay now can repay itself several times over if the unthinkable should happen. We stock everything from waterproof touring boots to high-level racing boots and we have every top brand, including Alpinestars, Sidi, TCX and Daytona. We continually check our prices, but if you find them cheaper elsewhere let us know as part of our price match service. And if you want to spread the cost, we offer finance options on selected boots to help you get the kit you need. We also list all brands of motocross boots and trainer motorbike boots. We also like to provide the latest information from amazon to acter for all rider from all background and suiting all types of motorbike boots. Motorbike boots play such an important role in a riders day, If the motorbike is too big or bulky it can change the riders experience massively. So check out the best things we have found on amazon!
When it comes to choosing the best pair of motorbike gloves it is always so hard without being able to try them on for comfort first, The right motorbike gloves are one of the most important decisions us riders have to make. We have spent hundred of man hours researching the best motorbike gloves for all sorts of riders from all backgrounds. So here at 1moto we ensure we will help you find the perfect motorbike gloves to suit your needs. Those of you reading this who have been riding for a long time will understand how important a decent pair of motorbike gloves are. Every pair of motorbike gloves you wear will give you a slight different feel of the controls and helping keep your hands warm on those typical British days. Whether it's a fleece-lined glove to keep you warm and dry in winter, a short-cuff option for scorching summers or anything in between we are sure to have what you're looking for. At 1moto we cater for all budgets so we find the best motorbike gloves for all sorts of price ranges and some are the best prices you can find.
1moto understands how important a good motorbike jacket is for a rider, Everything down to the fit and move ability can enhance or destroy a riders experience, We have listed the best motorbike jackets uk for the less amount of money just for you! The motorbike jacket has earned an incredible statues over the past few years and currently on the market there is almost 2 thousand styles of motorbike jackets for UK riders. Want to get the best motorbike jacket? something warm on a cold day but perfect on a hot day? Well fear not , check out the 1moto page dedicated to motorbike jackets uk for all your needs. We have listed the best motorbike jackets in the UK we can find. There are waterproof motorbike jackets and those perfect for a hot day to allow that cool breeze to keep you chilled whilst sweating in bike gear. Visit our motorbike jacket page now.
We understand how all riders love a good motorbike helmet, A motorbike helmet is not just a fashion statement. The primary goal of the motorbike helmet is to ensure saftey to the head upon impact of collision. So saftey is vital and certain helmets we feel are not up for the challenge of the busy public roads. Some helmets provide additional conveniences, such as ventilation, face shields, ear protection, intercom etc.Motorcyclists are at high risk in traffic crashes. A 2008 systematic review examined studies on motorcycle riders who had crashed and looked at helmet use as an intervention. At 1 moto we have found all types of helmets to suit your requirements...
A full face helmet covers the entire head, with a rear that covers the base of the skull, and a protective section over the front of the chin. Such helmets have an open cutout in a band across the eyes and nose, and often include a clear or tinted transparent plastic face shield, known as a visor, that generally swivels up and down to allow access to the face. Many full face helmets include vents to increase the airflow to the rider. The significant attraction of these helmets is their protectiveness. Some wearers dislike the increased heat, sense of isolation, lack of wind, and reduced hearing of such helmets. Full-face helmets intended for off-road or motocross use sometimes omit the face shield, but extend the visor and chin portions to increase ventilation, since riding off-road is a very strenuous activity. Studies have shown that full face helmets offer the most protection to motorcycle riders because 35% of all crashes showed major impact on the chin-bar area.Wearing a helmet with less coverage eliminates that protection — the less coverage the helmet offers, the less protection for the rider.
Off-road / motocross
The motocross and off-road helmet has clearly elongated chin and visor portions, a chin bar, and partially open face to give the rider extra protection while wearing goggles whilst riding in motocross, and to allow the unhindered flow of air during the physical exertion typical of this type of riding. The visor allows the rider to dip his or her head and provide further protection from flying debris during off road riding. It also serves the obvious purpose of shielding the wearer's eyes from the sun.Originally, off-road helmets did not include a chin bar, with riders using helmets very similar to modern open face street helmets, and using a face mask to fend off dirt and debris from the nose and mouth. Modern off-road helmets include a (typically angular, rather than round) chin bar to provide some facial impact protection in addition to protection from flying dirt and debris. When properly combined with goggles, the result provides most of the same protective features of full face street helmets.
Modular or "flip-up
Many modular helmets are designed to be worn only in the closed position for riding, as the movable chin bar is designed as a convenience feature, useful while not actively riding. The curved shape of an open chin bar and face shield section can cause increased wind drag during riding, as air will not flow around an open modular helmet in the same way as a three-quarters helmet. Since the chin bar section also protrudes further from the forehead than a three-quarters visor, riding with the helmet in the open position may pose increased risk of neck injury in a crash. Some modular helmets are dual certified as full face and open face helmet. The chin bar of those helmets offer real protection and they can be used in the "open" position while riding. An example of such a motorbike helmet would be the Shark Evoline.
As of 2008, there have not been wide scientific studies of modular motorbike helmets to assess how protective the pivoting or removable chin bars are. Observation and unofficial testing suggest that significantly greater protection exists beyond that for an open face helmet, and may be enough to pass full-face helmet standardized tests, but the extent of protection is not fully established by all standards bodies.
As with the open face, it is not uncommon to augment this helmet's eye protection through other means such as goggles. Because of their inferiority compared to other helmet styles, some motorbike Safety Foundations prohibit the use of half helmets now. Notable UK manufacturers included Everoak,Chas Owens and, currently, Davida.