BMW GS Enduro Carbon (I won this for free after filling in an online survey for BMW), very light and comfortable. Fitted with a Sena SMH10 bluetooth intercom for communication on events.
BMW GS, best gloves i’ve found for dual sport use, bought my first pair in 2006 and currently on my third pair. MX style but leather for good protection and a decent price too!
Currently Klim Traverse, not exactly cheap and fitted with D3O armour that you have to buy separately but comfortable, waterproof and breathable with plenty of ventilation zips! Not lined so usually worn over a Dare2b fleece (see below).
Soon to be replaced by an Adventure Spec Linesman Jacket (with RallyMoto logos of course).
The Linesman Jacket isn’t waterproof so will be teamed up with a cheap Dare2b cycling waterproof over the top, I have a load of their walking and cycling kit as they sponsor a cycle race that I’m the Assistant Race Director for so although I’ve received loads of kit for free over the years (shame they don’t make motorcycling gear), I’ve always been impressed by the design and quality even if they are a budget brand (albeit the ‘posh’ label of Regatta Clothing). This jacket I bought myself off their clearance website for the ridiculously low price of £12! Waterproof and breathable and has not let me down so far.
Klim Traverse if wet, nicely cut and reasonably well ventilated but again expensive. I bought mine (and the jacket) at the same time as the bike so I got a healthy discount and they even threw in some of the D3O armour for free. So either used with the integrated armour or over Pod K4 Knee braces (due to having torn both Right ACL and left MCL in the past)!
If it’s dry and especially when hot I wear Klim Dakar over boot pants, again with integrated armour, they are comfortable and very well ventilated although my pair are looking distinctly second hand as a result of having been worn on the Tuareg Rally in 2015 where they took a hammering but still going strong. In case of unexpected rain I have a pair of the ubiquitous British Army goretex overtrousers, another bargain at only £20.
Again I am due to get some replacement trousers in the shape of Adventure Spec as soon as Mr Lomax pulls his finger out 😂
TCX 2.1 Pro. Another favourite, I have worn these since 2011 after injuring my foot on the very first RallyMoto training weekend due to wearing too flexible adventure style boots. Now on my second pair and they are in need of replacement but sadly no longer manufactured, so the jury is still out on their replacements. Possibly AlpineStarts Tech 7s (I tried the 10s and they were uncomfortable by comparison).