What every motorcycle rider should know about CE clothing… and doesn’t!

To find out how the most recent A, AA and AAA standard for motorcycle clothing compares against the old Level 1 / Level 2 standards, watch my video interview with personal protective clothing expert Paul Varnsverry.

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To find out how the most recent A, AA and AAA standard for motorcycle clothing compares against the old Level 1 / Level 2 standards, watch my video interview with personal protective clothing expert Paul Varnsverry, who has sat on the standards committees since the beginning.

Find out how the manufacturers have pushed for the test requirements to be lowered, thus allow existing garments with barely any abrasion resistance to pass the A standard – a standard that can be achieved by ordinary Denim – and thus qualify as ‘protective’.

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Watch, learn and then SHARE this video around your circle of biking buddies. How much protective kit we choose to wear is an individual choice…

…but it’s only right we make an INFORMED choice.

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Author: Kevin Williams / Survival Skills

Motorcycle trainer, motorcycle author, motorcycle safety consultant, motorcycle forum moderator, former courier and ever a recreational rider. Is there a common theme here?

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