Motorcycle Rain Gear – Take it with you.

We have found that if your going to ride over 300 miles be prepared, it will probably rain. Take your Motorcycle rain gear with you.

During all of our Rallies and all our Rides we have found that Rain Gear is a must. Every time we have been to Sturgis, it has Rained, Snowed, Sleeted and even the mist can get thick. They even had to pull out the snow plows one year so we could get back to our campsite. Imagine 100’s of bikers waiting to get back to their site because they left in the morning with sunshine and came back from the ride cold and wet. It happens.


During the Lonestar Rally, Yep it rained. Poured down horrible big drops. Even flooded the campsites with a few inches. So make sure that gear is on the bike rolled up tight so you have it.

Nelson-Rigg Stormrider Rain Suit

  • Soft polyester outer shell with PVC backing; jacket has full-length zipper with Velcro flap
  • Two large outer pockets and cooling vents; soft inner collar with hood
  • Elastic waist and adjustable cuff with Velcro tabs
  • Reflective striping on both jacket and pants for visibility
  • Pants feature elastic waist band and cuffs with 17″ zipper gussets and elastic boot stirrups

I really like the reflective part, I like to be seen. Cheapest place I have found this is Amazon.

Xelement RN4764 Women’s (Looks Good)

100% Oxford Nylon
Lightweight and water-resistant (note not waterproof, you will eventually get wet)
Reflective piping on chest, arms, back and legs
Breathable mesh lining on jacket
Front zipper closure

Harley-Davidson Women’s Moxie Rain Suit Waterproof Jacket/Pants


Made of 100% Nylon
Waterproof, lightweight,  100% poly-mesh fixed lining. Hood with bungee cord and toggle.
Zippered front with storm flap and elastic cuffs .
Pants have heat-resistant shields on inner legs, elastic waist with adjustable tabs and stirrups.
Includes a convenient storage bag.

Viking Cycle Motorcycle Rain Gear

Waterproof fabrics.
Elastic hem, cuff sleeves, and waist.
Reflective Piping.
Heat shield on calf’s.
Removable stirrups (can be a good idea)

These are just some of the Gear that I suggest. Just remember if its not raining here, it is raining somewhere else and you are probable going there.

Just a note. I have found Amazon has the cheaper prices on Rain Gear. No need to break the bank just stay dry.






Natalene Emery

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