Don’t you think your mom has had enough? You ride motorcycles, after all, which means she’s been shelling out a ton of money your whole life so you can go race while she sits worrying you’ll visit the emergency room before you make it home. Obviously you can’t quit riding or she will become a disinterested, cell-phone absorbed soccer mom, so you need to keep this thing going. Maybe get her a nice gift that reminds her of you? We suggest Moto Mom socks. They’re ultra-breathable, have a double padded heel, the elastic is reinforced, and the fabric is even moisture wicking and odor blocking.
Comfy socks that eliminate the stank generated from pacing nervously pacing back and forth waiting for your moto to end safely… Yes please! They’re also perfect for newly pregnant moms looking for a creative way to tell their dirt-bike-loving-husbands they’re about to be dirt-bike-loving dads. That tip is free of charge, right there.
Knee-high versions ($14.00) will keep her toasty at the track during the winter months, while the ankle versions ($10.00) are perfect for hanging out in the living room on Saturday night while you try to Tweet yourself onto the live supercross broadcast. More info can be found at themotodistrict.com.
Next up is a product that, while meant for street excursions, could revolutionize bench racing and training. UClear Digital’s products have actually been in the trenches lately with trainers like Gary Bailey, Aldon Baker and Coach Seiji. Without getting too technical, the HBC200 Force is a helmet-mounted intercom capable of connecting an unlimited number of riders, or privately communicating with whoever you choose. It’s boom free and voice activated too, so you don’t have to choose between pulling a tearoff or insulting your buddy as you sail over the triples. It’s also water and temperature resistant, so you can still use it when it’s wet out, and free firmware upgrades keep you fully upgraded for the life of the unit.
The trainers use it to yell at tell the riders what they’re doing right or wrong on the track. For you, well, can you imagine talking trash to a buddy at mid race?
It’s also useful even if nobody else has one—you can Bluetooth your phone to it to take calls or listen to the Racer X Podcast while commuting to work on your dual-sport. That’s cool! Pick a single unit up for $219.95 or save forty bucks and buy a double pack for $399.95. To learn more, visit uclear-digital.com.