Take a look at some of the newest gear from our supplier Bikerheadz, from Schuberth and Scorpion to Bering, Rukka and Segura, and last but not least Falco, PMJ and Daytona. All the newest gear for the year.

With a new year comes brand-new motorcycle gear from every one of your favourite brands and manufacturers. One of our suppliers, Bikerheadz has chosen a novel way to show off some of the newest gear from their brand catalogue, taking inspiration from the fashion world which the motorcycle clothing industry sometimes does tip its toe in. Rather than show off crate after crate of jackets, trousers and everything in between, Bikerheadz has decided to hold themselves a fashion show. So, we sent our man with a camera Lewis, down with his invitation in hand to take some photographs of what we have in store for the rest of the year.
 

Outfit 1

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Outfit 1

    Shop the whole outfit here.


 

Outfit 1

    Shop the whole look here.


 

Outfit 1

    Shop the whole look here.

 

Alas, our fashion-focused day with Bikerheadz came to an end, but this was nowhere near all the products we saw. Click the link below to check our BikerHeadz Fashion Show Gallery and check out even more of the products from the event, and make a note of any that deserve to go on to your wishlist to treat yourself to later this year.

Click here to view the gallery.

Keep your eyes on Infinity Motorcycles, as we are constantly bringing the newest products from the best brands on the market to you, with free next day delivery to the UK on orders over £25. And with every purchase with Infinity Motorcycles you will earn points towards money-off vouchers, thanks to Club Infinity, if you are not yet a member join today, right here. When you buy with Infinity you can receive 0% finance on all orders £280 and over; or you can take advantage of our brand-new Klarna integration, so you can pay the way you want to. Slice It and spread the cost into 3 manageable payments, or buy now and pay 30 days later.

This article was written by Aaron Thomson, with images by Lewis Hooper, and edited by Jonah Son.