Just some thoughts on gear... It's worth noting that there are substantial design differences between gear built for the track, the fast street, and the street. You'll find for example that jackets for track and fast road use have shorter sleeves, this is by design to accommodate gauntlet style gloves; as well as a more aggressive cut in the arms and arm holes making the jacket comfortable when in a racing tuck. In a similar vein the armor and protection is different, with track and fast road gear needing thicker leather, or more exotic skins - like kangaroo - for more abrasion resistance in high speed slides. The armor in these suits is designed for high-G initial impact and "tumbling". For general street use comfort is very important and the overall loads are very different. Just my 2 cents worth on some things to keep in mind when looking at gear.
There is some debate on what is an acceptable age for motorcycle tires. For many riders who do little riding a tire will need to be replaced due to age rather than wear. Tires off-gas and harden over time. I've read that even when you buy tires you have to check the date code to make sure you're not getting excessively old new stock. Buying 1 year old tires is ok, but once it gets around 3 you probably don't want to touch them. I replace tires yearly. It's probably over kill but I really like traction and tend to need it especially for Deal's Gap runs or track days. Once a tire gets to be around 5 years old, it's significantly hardened. Last fall, I went riding with an accomplished rider/racer who was running on 6 year old tires. He knew better but thought he could compensate for the age and lack of traction with skill. On an on-ramp from Cherry Hill Road to Route 29 at about 25mph he tucked the front and I saw him and his bike sliding across the street in my rear-view. "It was like riding on bowling balls" he said. His bike was pretty beat up and has been down since. One year, on a trip to Deal's Gap, I decided to try to run 2 year old tires instead of a fresh set. bruce(https://miles-by-motorcycle.com/bruce) reported that he could really tell the difference in the traction. The older tires, with about 3000 miles on them, were noticeably less grippy. As a result, the idea that a dealer would sell a bike with 5 year old tires seems very wrong to me. You got a new PR3 for the front. What was the tire you got for the rear? We can absolutely stop by Cycle Gear on Saturday if you like on our way to get your bike. No problem. I was in there today and they have improved their selection a bit. If you have Bohn Armor lowers getting some cortech kevlar jeans, which I don't think CycleGear sells, might be a good bet. I prefer dedicated riding leathers or textiles, but YMMV. You may want to consider looking for the matching pants to your V-Pilot. (Yes, buffalo(https://miles-by-motorcycle.com/buffalo) , he got a used near-new-quality V-Pilot and is doing what we always talked about, getting it armored up using Bohn Armor.) Cycle Gear has really cheap gloves that seem to work ok. As for Helmets, AGrip(https://miles-by-motorcycle.com/252) seems to like her HJC which was very inexpensive. If you think you need a medium I would suggest just ordering from Revzilla if you can't find something at CycleGear you like. They absolutely rock. For helmets I always recommend that people get a helmet that is both DOT and Snell approved. That gives you, based on everything I've read, the maximum protection. The protection of a less expensive helmet is only some small percentage points less than the high end helmets. Once it's DOT/Snell approved you're just paying for less weight and fit/finish.
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