1. BikeMaster Multi-Tool With Sockets
Yes, you absolutely should have a complete motorcycle tool kit in your garage. But hauling it around in your saddlebag is a bit impractical. Instead, every rider should have a good pocket-sized multi-tool, and BikeMaster has created a good one: their Multi-Tool with Sockets has just about everything you might need for a quick roadside fix. It includes 6 hex wrenches (sizes 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, and 6mm), a combo 8 – 10 – 15mm open end wrench, three sockets (8, 10 and 15mm) and a socket driver. Not bad for something that can fit right in your pocket!
2. BikeMaster Tire and Tube Flat Repair Kit
Deep down, all riders share one fear: getting a flat in the middle of nowhere. This tire repair kit is great for roadside emergencies. Along with a complete array of tire and tube repair accessories (a complete patch kit as well as the necessary hand tools for the job), it comes with 4 small CO2 canisters to re-inflate a flat. And it can be used for tubeless tires as well.
3. Icon Urban Motorcycle Tank Bag
The Urban Tank Bag is one of the most innovative, and useful, tank bags ever designed – a magnetic-mount tank bag, backpack, and helmet carrier, all in one. Now you can take your essentials along for the ride without having to worry about where to store them when you’re off the bike. Simply untuck the exclusive shoulder straps and helmet cradle, and you’re good to go.
The Icon Urban Tank Bag is made out of water-resistant 420 denier ripstop nylon, with four powerful magnets embedded inside padded compartments to hold the tank bag in place, all padded by an outer lining of neoprene to prevent scratching your motorcycle’s finish. A roomy 16” X 14” X 8” expandable compartment holds all your gear, but the best part is, integrated shoulder straps turn this bad boy into a backpack so you can take it wherever you go off the bike too!
4. Sena 20S Motorcycle Bluetooth Communication System
Sena is one of the most dominant names in the world of Bluetooth communication devices for motorcycle riders, and they’ve been making and refining these things from the very beginning. They have a diverse product line with something for every kind of rider, but their Sena 20S is their state-of-the-art model, with the latest Bluetooth 4.1 technology, up to 8 riders on a single network, and an impressive 1.2 mile range.
The 20S includes a cool feature called “audio multitasking,” which creates a seamless blend of your audio transmissions, so it doesn’t create an annoying abrupt “break” when switching from one feature to another, and the jog dial and hands-free voice activiation make this one of the most user-friendly devices there is in the sometimes overcomplicated market of Bluetooth communicators. A communicator is an essential gadget for riders these days, and with 4.9 stars in our on-site reviews, the Sena 20S is one that is guaranteed to please.
5. Garmin 220 Zumo GPS System
If you want a GPS system for your bike, get the one that was designed by bikers, for bikers! The Garmin 220 Zumo is a compact, waterproof GPS system with a bright touchscreen that’s easy to use, easy to see in day or night, and lasts up to 8 hours on one charge. The 220 Zumo’s interface is extremely easy to use (since the last thing you need is a GPS system you’ll be messing with while riding), and even better, it will pair to your Bluetooth headset and give you turn-by-turn spoken directions. In your car, you can fiddle with your phone or a map to find your way, but on a bike, you need a device like the Garmin 220 Zumo, it’s a lifesaver! Click Here…