Roadcrafter Tactical One and Two-Piece Motorcycle SuitsReady to go old school? The Aerostich Roadcrafter Tactical has a classic-era’s simplicity and utility look, similar to one of those one-color leather one-piece racing suits from the past. Or classic work coveralls.
Available in One Piece or Two Piece versions, the Roadcrafter Tactical – the worker rider’s apparel – provides complete protection with a bit less weight and some added freedom of movement.Beneath the monochrome simplicity, the Roadcrafter Tactical is technically modern with a fully seam-taped, 500 Denier Cordura GORE-TEX outer layer, and features a tightly woven Supernyl lining, making it easy to slip on quick over your street clothes.Includes all of all the pockets, vents, armor, details and everyday, all-weather performance of the original Roadcrafter’s design, but without the two-color ballistic nylon areas.There’s still plenty of crash and abrasion protection for commuting, touring and knock-around riding, without the Futurama look.Fully machine washable, the Tactical is available in seven colors, including black, grey, red, hi-viz yellow, tan or cobalt blue. Men’s 34 regulars and 36–54’s in short, regular or long. Women’s regular 6-20.Aerostich Roadcrafter Tactical Apparel Available:
Men’s Roadcrafter Tactical One Piece Suit #374 $897
Men’s Roadcrafter Tactical Jacket #376 $527
Men’s Roadcrafter Tactical Pants #377 $487
Men’s 2 Piece Roadcrafter Tactical Suit SAVE $80 #505 $934
Women’s Roadcrafter Tactical One Piece Suit #393 $897
Women’s Roadcrafter Tactical Jacket #395 $527
Women’s Roadcrafter Tactical Pants #396 $487
Women’s 2 Piece Roadcrafter Tactical Suit SAVE $80 #507 $934
KTM RC 390 and Gordon McCall of Quail Motorcycle Gathering
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Hello and welcome once again to Ultimate Motorcycling’s weekly Podcast—Motos and Friends.
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This week features Senior Editor Nic de Sena’s impressions of the new KTM RC 390. The entry-level KTM has always been an impressive motorcycle that has sold extremely well, however the factory has now taken the bike to another level, with top-spec features that are typically found on flagship machines. Clearly KTM has realized that even smaller engined machines should have high spec suspension, brakes and electronics packages. Nic tells us how well the new RC 390 is equipped, and what he thought of riding the smaller displacement rocket.
In the second segment I chat with automotive and motorcycle industry icon, Gordon McCall. Gordon is the Director of Motorsports at the Quail Lodge & Golf Club in Carmel Valley, California.
This weekend of Saturday May 14th sees the annual Quail Motorcycle Gathering re-start after its Covid-forced hiatus, and having attended every one of the previous Motorcycle Gatherings, personally I’m very happy that the event is back on the schedule. Gordon chats about the event and a little of what’s happening this year. It’s a great event and if you feel like a trip to the gorgeous Quail Lodge in Carmel Valley, you’ll get to meet Gordon, Roland Sands, and of course a large number of stunning motorcycles too.
From all of us at Ultimate Motorcycling, we hope you enjoy this episode!