Spidi Track Touring Leather SuitNew for 2012, Spidi has released the two-piece Track Touring leather suit, which is no available in authorized dealers.
The leather suit is designed with input from MotoGP riders Andrea Dovizoso and Cal Crutchlow (Monster Tech 3 Yamaha), and World Superbike’s Marco Melandri (BMW Motorrad).The Spidi Track Touring suit features Italian 1.2mm fullgrain cowhide leather, a mesh inner liner, Flex Tenax areas for a better riding comfort, Clarino details on neck and wrist area and many mesh vents.The Spidi Track Touring is equipped with Spidi Biomechanic protectors EN 1621-1 certified (Test Report 15,2kN) on the shoulders and elbows, and Spidi Forcetech protectors EN 1621-1 certified on the hips and knees (adjustable) (Test Report 22,5 kN). The Track Touring suit can also be upgraded adding the EN 1621-2 certified Warrior Back P rotector Lev.1 (Test Report 16,6 kN) and the prEN 1621-3 ready Warrior Chest Protector (Test Report 16,6 kN).Particularity of this touring suit is the special fit between the two pieces, which allows the jacket to be worn by itself without looking too short, as it usually happens on a two piece suit.Spidi’s attention to quality took the Track Touring suit to be enriched by premium details such as YKK zippers on front, wrists and ankle and by the possibility to ad the Spidi Hydroback system, fitted inside.2012 Spidi Touring Track Suit Technical Features:
Italian cowhide 1.2 mm thickness
Mesh inner liner
CE Forcetech protectors on elbows
CE Biomechanic protectors on shoulders
CE Multitech protectors on knees and hips (height adjustable)
YKK zipper on torso, wrists, ankles.
Perimeter zipper for attachment to pants
Flex Tenax areas for perfect fitting
Warrior Back protector Level 1 or 2 ready
Warrior Chest Protector arrangement
Clarino inserts on neck area Neoprene inserts on neck and wrist area
This week, Senior Editor Nic de Sena rides the all new Ducati Monster. Big changes have been made by Ducati–has the company ruined the considerable heritage of the iconic Monster–or are the changes worth it? In the second part of the show, we chat with Nick Ienatsch, Founder and Head Instructor at the Yamaha Champions Riding School. He says: “We aim to change your riding life by introducing you to Champions Habits: The techniques, approaches, skills, and the mindsets of the best riders in the world. These Champions Habits are the foundation of safety and consistency to whatever speed you ride, in any venue on any bike. Street riders, this is just as much for you as track riders. The best way to make safe riders is to make good riders.“ We hope you enjoy this episode!