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Old 12-04-2012, 10:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just bought my cruiser and I am wondering where is the best place to get my gear and accessories.

I still need a jacket, chaps, probably motorcycle specific gloves, but most of all, I want to get some carrying capacity.

I think my list would be :
1. Tank bag
2. Tail Bag
3. Jacket (mesh, armored) and/or chaps
4. Sissy bar and pad
5. Sissy bar bags (luggage rack?)

I don't want a bagger - just the option to throw some luggage on and carry a few items then remove the luggage to just go for a ride. My motorcycle is my transportation. I can borrow a car, but otherwise its me and my bike.

So, where to get these things? Not many motorcycle shops in my area and the ones that are here are frikkin' expensive!

I've found jpcycles.com and motorcycle-superstore.com and amazon.com has some stuff too.

Any suggestions?
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JP cycles prices are usually way out of line. Try denniskirk.com.....excellent source for bandanas, finger-less gloves, $8.00 shades, etc.
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I would stay away from the fingerless gloves, hands get funny tan lines.
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Cycle Gear stores or online have lower priced gear. This site below has a lot of sales:

MotorcycleGear.com (the new name of New Enough) :: Motorcycle Jackets, Helmets, Gloves, Boots, Luggage, Parts and More!
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