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Fall 2017

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TAKE IT WITH YOU Keep your stuff nice and dry with the 39.5-liter Suzuki Dry Bag ($99.95). The Dry Bag features an internal stiffening liner that holds its shape even when empty, simplifying packing, and versatile straps that are quick and easy to attach and release. The bag allows for two closure configurations: the rolled top transforms from a snug, tidy package to a carrying handle. While Suzuki says the Dry Bag fits the 2014-2018 V-Strom 650 and 1000, its versatility means it will work on just about any bike. Visit suzukicycles.com FUEL CONTROL Cobra Engineering's PowrPro Black just might be the most intelligent fuel injection tuner on the market. It uses accelerometers to read the bike's EFI delivery during acceleration to optimize the air/fuel mixture via its Continuously Variable Tuning (CVT) technology. It also offers fine-tuning outside the acceleration zone via an Android/iOS app, allowing the rider to monitor performance and make adjustments in real time. The plug-and- play PowrPro Black is available for most domestic and metric cruisers for $499.95. Not legal for on-road use in California. Visit cobrausa.com DO-IT-ALL JACKET Joe Rocket's new Alter Ego 4.1 jacket is ready for anything thanks to its MetaSport II Transitioning System. It starts with a standalone FreeAir mesh jacket with 660-denier RockTex panels, CE-approved shoulder and elbow armor and a removable high-density spine pad. To block wind and rain, add the outer layer that's made of waterproof 660-denier RockTex with Hitena reinforcement panels and the Cross-Linked ventilation system. To fight the cold, add the inner thermal liner. Available in men's regular and tall sizes in multiple colors for $249.99. Visit joerocket.com www.FavoriteRidesAndDestinations.com | ridermagazine.com PAGE 90 FALL 2017 ISSUE 02 / VOL. 02

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