Belstaff »

Belstaff is a British luxury brand with a rich motorcycling heritage. Founded in 1924 this is a brand with a real story to tell, throughout the ups and downs of the last 80 years it has maintained a steadfast following, always in the hearts and minds of the British biker. The new custodians of Belstaff remain committed to motorcycling and are proud to offer the Belstaff Pure Motorcycle collection.  

Roland Sands Design »

Founded in 2005 by Roland Sands, the RSD brand continues to grow into new segments while maintaining its core beliefs. Roland's roots in design and racing made him an unlikely standout in the world of custom motorcycles and product design. 
Roland Sands Design Apparel is riding gear designed with a parallel of fashion and function, neither a burden unto the other.
Authentically Californian, unmistakably Roland Sands.

Rokker »

The Rokker Company is based in Switzerland and has a strong belief that passion to ride a motorcycle is inseperable from style. They understand that the feeling of freedom is to be safe and comfortable on a bike as well as looking good between the rides. Rokker have established themselves as a high quality motorcycle clothing manufacturer thanks to using the best protective materials and a strong appreciation of aesthetics with a keen eye for detail.

Stylmartin »

The Stylmartin brand has state-of-the-art production facilities that can meet the challenges of the market and deliver the finest of craftsmanship that the 'Made In Italy' footwear tradition stands for.


Austrian brand ESKA have been manufacturing gloves and only gloves since 1912. This specialisation, unparalleled knowledge and experience, together with the best design, selection of the latest technical materials and adherence to the strictest quality control standards leads to the production of motorcycle gloves of the highest quality. 

BowTex »

BowTex leggings are a new product on the market.  The idea is simple, they are kevlar protective long johns.  Worn under jeans, they will offer protection on the bike but allow you to retain an off the bike look.  Or worn under motorcycle trousers/jeans instead of your usual long johns or under layer they are an extra insurance policy.