Dirt Bike Gear
Trials boots need to be flexible enough to allow movement and a good feel for the bike, but still remain stiff enough to provide support. Trials boots need a sole that Read more . . .
Dirt Bike Hitch Hauler
Dirt bike hitch haulers are a great alternative to pickup trucks and trailers for transporting your dirt bike. They're low enough to the ground to make loading and Read more . . .
Tie-down straps may sound kinky, but there's nothing kinky about a damaged dirt bike or pickup truck, not to mention the possibility of causing an accident Read more . . .
Entry-Level MX Boots
With the 2019 gear starting to hit the shelves, there's a good selection of entry-level motocross boots under $200 that offer the beginner dirt bike rider good protection Read more . . .
The TCX brand of enduro and motocross boots isn't as well-known to American riders as other Italian MX boot manufacturers, but they've Read more . . .
If necessity is the mother of invention, then survival is the father of ingenuity, and a paracord bracelet is a good piece of equipment for dirt bike riders to have on Read more . . .
Leatt Neck Brace
Riding a dirt bike can be dangerous, especially if you decide to compete on the motocross track. The most important piece of safety gear is a helmet, and a neck brace may seem Read more . . .
A good multi-tool is an important part of any dirt biker's basic tool kit, but with an almost overwhelming selection of tools available on the market Read more . . .
Finding gear for observed trials riding is not as easy as finding motocross or trail riding gear. While some dirt bike gear is somewhat interchangeable, Read more . . .
Motocross Boot Toe Cap
What are those pieces of crimped metal on the toes of some motocross boots? Those metal pieces are called toe caps and they weren't put there for looks. They're an important Read more . . .