Measure around the broadest part for your chest, place the tape measure loosely under your arms and make sure it feels comfortable and not too overtight.
Standing straight, measure around your waist at the height of your 'belly button', making sure the tape measure feels comfortable, not overtight or too loose.
Measure just above the widest part of your hips and bum, around the top of your hip joints.
Motorcycle trousers are designed to sit higher than everyday trousers. Standing straight up, measure from your waist (i.e 'belly button' as above) down to the centre of your ankle.
Measure from the lowest point between your legs to the centre of your ankle
It's easy to find the right shoe size, just place both feet (in your normal riding socks) on a piece of paper and carefully draw the outline of each foot. Make sure you keep the pen pointing straight down to get a true outline! Then measure the lengths of both outlines from the top edge of your big toes to the back edge of your heel.
If your two feet measure differently, take the longer of the two measurements and that's your size - all measurements in centimetres (cm).
Remember to wear your normal riding socks and if you ride around the year you might want to make a bit of allowance for thicker winter socks.
It's easy to find the glove size to fit you. Measure the circumference of your hand in a loop as shown, at the widest part of your palm bringing the tape measure all the way round until it joins back at the beginning.
Sometimes its useful to also measure your hand length. This is from the tip of your longest finger to the line where you hand joins your wrist - as shown.
Remember if you are planning to wear under-gloves as well, you may want to go up a size for comfort.
If you fall in-between sizes, choose the larger one.