Dainese leathers archive app for iPad and iPhone launched
Dainese leathers archive app
In its Vicenza headquarters lies an historic room, the Dainese leathers archive. The archive holds leather suits dating back to Dainese’s earliest days of development right up to the present day. Most will never see this room, but now thanks to the dedicated app, its digital doors will open.
The app will give motorcycle fans the chance to look back over Dainese’s impressive history and see its evolution of protection over the years. From the first back protector and knee slider to the present and Dainese’s pioneering D-air® Racing airbag suit. Race enthusiasts can also check out the suits of the motorcycling legends that Dainese has protected over its 40-year history, including Agostini, Sheene, Roberts, Schwantz, Rossi and many, many more.
The app for iPad is available now for free on iTunes, make sure to download yours to become part of the legend. The app for iPhone will be available very soon.
Dainese D-Air Street Airbag System. After successfully implementing their airbag technology in the racing suits it was only a matter of time until a street-oriented version was created. Here’s the Dainese D-Air Street system offering almost full coverage of the torso.
Crocker v-twin, 1938 Crocker Small Tank Model—Caveman Chuck Coker (Flickr.com) The history of Crocker motorcycles kicks off in 1882 with the birth of Albert Crocker. Little is known of his earlier childhood days, yet the tale picks up with his engineering studies and subsequent hiring from the Aurora Automatic Machine Company of nearby Aurora, Illinois,...
The Motorbike has become more and more popular over the years for a number of reasons including the fact that they are more economically friendly, fuel efficient, and they provide for an exciting and exhilarating riding experience that many find hard to resist. With so many Motorbike manufacturers competing for the top spot, it’s hard...