Leather vs Textile: What’s better for motorcycle riding? Are you overwhelmed by the different styles and designs of leather or textile motorcycle jackets? We don’t blame you. From waxed cotton, textiles, leather to denim and everything in between, we want to clear...
Merla Moto is proud to announce we have officially certified two of our womens motorcycle jackets, theFly By Night Jacketand the Isla Jacketin accordance with the requirements of the Personal Protective Equipment Regulation (EU) 2016/425 (including as amended to apply in Great Britain). These two products have achieved a Class AAA Rating, which is classified as the highest level of protection against the highest level of risks.
Every year on the first weekend of May, women from over 120 countries worldwide celebrate International Female Ride Day, where female motorcyclists come together to ride, meet and share their mutual passion of the motorcycle industry.
We’ve stated that the Venus jeans are “the best motorcycle jeans Australia has to offer”, and now we’re going to prove it to you with some hard facts. Here is a list of just some of the reasons we think you’ll love Venus.
Fabienne loves the empowerment, freedom, individualism and adrenalin that she finds through riding. Above all else, she loves that unique sensation of being completely enthralled in the moment when riding a motorcycle.
Motorcycle jacket care will keep your leather looking better for longer. All leather, including nubuck, should be sprayed with a leather protector before being worn to better equip the jacket with resistance to weather conditions.
Staying snug in the full fleece lining with a soft Nubuck exterior, the Byron’s effortless style warrants no compromise on quality or practicality. Once out of the surf, you’ll be dressed for the day in no time by throwing on a pair of your favourite jeans and sneakers to go with your Byron.
A motorcycle jacket is an investment. An important investment in your safety but it doesn’t have to mean a trade off in style. We styled the Dakota four ways to create looks that go from sun up to sun down...
Growing up in a small town in Alabama, Bill was on his first bike at age 10, a “puke green” 1977 Honda Express. At the time, everyone lusted after the latest BMX and motocross was everything, but I was glued to Dirt Rider Magazine.