There are no set rules
Shirts and Tops
about what kind or style of motorcycle shirts you need to wear. You don't have to wear skulls and daggers to ride a bike. Wear what makes you comfortable and allows you to express yourself.
If you like skulls and such, go for it. If you prefer butterflies and roses, that's great too! The point is to wear what you like and what is practical for motorcycle riding.
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Here are some helpful tips when selecting a shirt:
- Avoid loose frills, ribbons and trim that could distract you or get caught in a moving part of your bike. Distracting yes, dangerous... definitely.
- Avoid sequins around your neckline. Those babies will heat up in the sun and cause a nasty reflection and possible burn. If they are too close to your skin, they can also cause abrasions due to your bike's vibrations.
- Stay away from any materials such as beads, buttons, or other rough materials in places that will rub you the wrong way. Because of your bike's vibrations and the wind, you need to be aware of anything that will cause friction on your skin. Not only can it be painful, but it is very distracting. You don't want to be messing and fidgeting with your clothes and lose your focus. Even tags in the back of your shirt can be annoying. Lose the tags.
- Don't wear shirts that are too big or too loose. The wind will whip right through them and you will look like a balloon. This is also dangerous because it can cause you can lose control and that is definitely not a good thing. Just stick to tops that are more of a tight fit and sleeves that have snug cuffs. That should help keep the air out. Plus, you will avoid the flapping and irritation of your shirt beating you up as you go down the road.
a lot of styles and designs on the market to choose. And luckily, there are more women's motorcycle shirts now than ever before. That's great news to us. But remember, you don't have to limit yourself to black, white, skulls and roses. If that's not your thing, no problem. More and more designers are opening up to all different types of prints and colors. As long as you wear something that is suitable for motorcycle riding, you'll look great.
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