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MASSIVE CLEARANCE SALE! - NEW LOWER PRICE!!

DaytonaMotorSport

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Price have been reduced even more.

Leather Jackets- from $99,
Textile jackets from $60,
Textile adventure Jackets from $40,
Half Helmets from $50
Boots -$35
Kevlar Jeans from $60
ALL prices have been reduced for oil filters, cleaning products, oil, gloves, LED lights, horns, Kevlar jeans, textile pants, gloves, helmets and many more. Get your gear or products at great prices before we run out

Please do not message for sizing in stock. Either call Daytona Motorsport at 905-605-7666 or stop by as stock changes quickly.

Daytona Motorsport
pickup at 4000 Steeles Ave West, unit 6,
Woodbridge
Monday - Saturday 12pm-6pm

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Evoex

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Is this entrapment?

well yes officer i know i'm only supposed to be travelling for essentials but you see there's 80% off @Daytona right now..
 

DaytonaMotorSport

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Is this entrapment?
Motorcycle maintenance, gear and service is all essential to keep our roads and riders safe!

Please be sure to wear a Mask and stay safe!
 

Klaatu

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Going out of business sale ?
That's what I was thinking. I'm worried that we are going to lose one or more bike shops before this lock-down is over.
There is rent relief and some business grants out there.
 

bigpoppa

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I wonder if 'streetz' is CE rated
 

retrojax

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How are those kevlar jeans, compared to the ~$150 daniese ones I usually find on sale @ Fortnine/GP?

Currently riding with regular jeans...but definitely on the hunt for some protection.
 

Evoex

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How are those kevlar jeans, compared to the ~$150 daniese ones I usually find on sale @ Fortnine/GP?

Currently riding with regular jeans...but definitely on the hunt for some protection.
good for you, wear gear!

Kevlar is where it's at, excellent abrasion resistance, your denim will shred in a second if you go down. You'll want the armor to absorb impact on your contact points (knees). Downside is on hot days they will trap the heat so get ready to sweat some.

If i were you i'd take a spin by GP Bikes in whitby sometime, they have a lot of brands you can check out and compare. Or Daytona perhaps, not familiar with their stock levels.
 

Priller

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How are those kevlar jeans, compared to the ~$150 daniese ones I usually find on sale @ Fortnine/GP?

Currently riding with regular jeans...but definitely on the hunt for some protection.
Not all riding jeans are created equal. Some toss in a thin strip of kevlar over the butt and knees, others are much more robust. Be wary of CE approval, too, as it often is limited to the knee armour they install. Seams are always a weak spot (no different from a lot of mesh gear), so look for double or triple stitched seams.

As a general rule, I've found that there's a scale between comfortable and protective, especially in summer. I have pairs of Bull-It and Resurgence jeans that feel as tough as most textile pants (and test results seem to bear that out), but they're like being wrapped in a blanket and are uncomfortably hot off the bike in warm weather. Other jeans are much closer to fashion jeans, but the trade-off is protection.

Most riding jeans will be an improvement over regular jeans, though. As @Evoex says, go try some on and see what works for you. There's lots of reviews online if you're unsure about which are best...
 

robertv19

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How are those kevlar jeans, compared to the ~$150 daniese ones I usually find on sale @ Fortnine/GP?

Currently riding with regular jeans...but definitely on the hunt for some protection.

Check out Resurgence Kevlar riding jeans. I was knocked off my bike last fall and slid about 20-30ft. The Kevlar did its job...no road rash whatsoever. The hip pad saved me from some bruising and I just replaced them as they a bit at the hip where I hit the ground. Well worth the $200.

Rob
 
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pfbmgd

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Any of the black boots waterproof ? If they are do you have size 11 ?
 

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