Riding in the Rain or Cold: Desert Dawgs for Yamaha RoadStar Now Available!
Just in time for the cooler weather – or the unpredicted rain shower! The Desert Dawgs Rain Guards and Wind Deflectors are now available for the Yamaha Roadstar!
Desert Dawgs keep feet and legs warm and dry in rainy or cold weather – without the hassle of a bulky fairing. Made of top-quality material by American craftsmen, Desert Dawgs are easy-on, easy-off. They require NO special tools or maintenance, and can be rolled/folded and stored in a saddlebag when not in use.
Jazz them up with chrome studs or go classic with the original style. And the Ultra Pockets... well, you never knew you needed more storage space!
Read more about the Desert Dawgs for the Roadstar here - or check out over 40 more fitments for Harley, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Honda, Indian and Victory motorcycles here.
- Tracey Cramer
More Height Options with Swivel-CAM Motorcycle Camera Mount
We've learned a few things about shooting video while riding a motorcycle. First and foremost: vibration sucks!
That's why we've done everything we can (short of repaving the entire world) to minimize vibration in our motorcycle camera mounts.
We've also heard from our customers. You say you love the multiple swivel and pivot points on our motorcycle camera mounts. But you want more height options.
We're happy to report that the (slightly) redesigned motorcycle camera mount (now dubbed SWIVEL-CAM to keep confusion to a minimum) is available in not one or two, but three heights!
We've included the multiple swivel and pivot points in both our "medium" and "tall" motorcycle camera mounts (previously only available on the "tall") and added a "Shortie" option for those who want to keep the camera close to the mounting location.
And (if we do say so ourselves), the Swivel-CAM hasa classy look that is (frankly) unmatched by other motorcycle camera mounts!
With wide variety of mounting locations (bar, reservoir, Can-Am, Goldwing, etc) this is the only camera mount you need! Check out full descriptions and features here.
- Tracey Cramer