3 Tips to Save Money on Motorcycle Gear in the New Year

New Year, new gear! Many of you might be in the market for new motorcycle gear - read our tips that will help save you money.
3 Tips to Save Money on Motorcycle Gear in the New Year, StreetRider Insurance, Ontario

Whether you’re buying new gear for style, comfort or necessity, motorcycle gear can be costly.  It’s important to know these tips before you break the bank.

Three Tips on How to Save Money on New Gear

#1 Buy Used Gear

The most obvious way to save when buying gear is to buy used pieces. There is a huge market for this within the motorcycle community, however, it may take a little longer to find exactly what you are looking for. But, be careful when purchasing older motorcycle gear and ensure there is nothing wrong with it. You can get almost all gear used at a good price, but we highly suggest you never buy a used motorcycle helmet for safety reasons.

#2 Shop Online

Shopping online can also help to save money as there is a wider variety of gear and it is easier to find deals when you have access to it all at once. However, if you are buying clothing, you may consider shopping in person to ensure the fit is right for you and to avoid the hassle of returning items later.

#3 Buy Good Quality

This is the best way to save your money. When you buy good quality motorcycle gear, even if it means it’s more expensive, it lasts the longest and eliminates the need to continuously replace it. If you only buy the cheapest gear possible, you may find yourself having to replace it often, and subpar quality gear might not provide proper protection.

If you’re like us and ride often, you’ll get a lot of use out of your motorcycle gear, so focus on quality. Be patient, do your research, and always be on the lookout for money-saving deals!

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