MIG sources products that provide Australian motorcyclists with the best protection, the longest guarantee of quality, and the sleekest aesthetic. We import from leading European brands because we've tested their products extensively on Australian soil and there's simply nothing that compares. We're your one-stop shop for high-end motorbike accessories and gear.
We import motorcycle accessories from leading European brands. Made in Germany takes pride in bringing the highest-quality European solutions to Australia.
Schuberth is headquartered in Magdeburg, Germany, a picturesque town on the River Elbe. This is another leading brand for motorbike helmet accessories and ultra-tough, comfortable motorcycle helmets.
From its headquarters in the Alpine town of Burgberg, Germany, Held has built a reputation for innovation over 75 years of producing motorcycle gear. The brand is renowned for its uncompromising commitment to quality, and its gear protects riders all across Europe - and now in Australia.
MIG is the sole Australian importer of Held motorcycle gear. When you want the best, you come to us.
Daytona specialises in motorcycle boots. It's been producing the finest boots from its home in Lower Bavaria, Germany since the Frey brothers started up their business in 1963.
Made in Germany imports Daytona boots because of their gorgeous design, incredible toughness, and unmatched comfort.
Pinlock visors are among the best motorbike helmet accessories out there. They specialise in anti-fog measures, developed by British inventor Derek Arnold. Pinlock visors are manufactured and developed in the Netherlands.
IXS is a Swiss manufacturer that produces motorcycle accessories for all weather. Coming from Switzerland, that's almost a given: the country of mountains and lakes can experience a heatwave, a blizzard, and a cool afternoon within 50 square miles. The Swiss also have a reputation for producing high-quality products, and the IXS accessories you'll find in our store are no exception.
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