Comedian Dan Whitney, best known for his blue-collar character “Larry the Cable Guy,” gained international attention for his now-mainstream catch phrase, “Git-R-Done.” Whitney says his trademark expression simply means, “Whatever you gotta do, don’t complain about it, just get ’er done.” More often than not, motorcyclists are “get ’er done” folks. They study a problem, figure out a solution, or, if necessary, fabricate a fix themselves. The five products featured here are proof of that practical nature.
Givi S920M Smart Clip: $115
The S920L is a universal smartphone holder, compatible with many motorcycles. The tough, weather-resistant design secures mobile devices ranging in size from 144 x 67mm to 178 x 90mm—minus a case or sleeve. Givi says the mount does not interfere with the phone’s camera lens, so you can shoot on the go.
Are you prepared for whatever Mother Nature might throw your way? Tourmaster Epic Air Touring Boots use a waterproof, breathable OutDry barrier—no folds, seams, or tape to create friction that could lead to blistering—combined with side-entry zippers, hook-and-loop closures, and full-length gaiters to keep feet comfortable and dry all day.
AGV’s X3000 Gloria pays tribute to 15-time world champion Giacomo Agostini while meeting the comfort and safety standards expected by today’s riders. Available in XS–XXL sizes, the fiberglass shell incorporates Ago’s favored flat-on-the-gas-tank contoured chin bar. The graphics—Olympic rings separating white from red—are reminiscent of his classic leathers.
MotoGP-style Puig Downforce Spoilers integrate neatly into the sides of any late-model Kawasaki ZX-10R, ZX-10RR, or ZX-10R SE fairing to provide additional aerodynamic downforce at the front of the motorcycle—not to mention a decidedly more aggressive look—for improved braking stability and acceleration on the street or racetrack.
Aerostich Riding Gear Garment Bag: $53
When you own an Aerostich Roadcrafter, wearing it every time you ride becomes second nature. But what do you do with your one- or two-piece suit when you aren’t hammering your favorite roads or are flying to a distant riding destination? A Riding Gear Garment Bag keeps your suit safe and protects other apparel from bugs and road grime.