Essentials Of Motocross Clothing And Gear

The sport of motocross is a challenging and dangerous one. Jumping over dirt mounds and hills, flying dozens of feet into the air, the hard landings and the inevitable crashes. However, motocross gear and accessories make the sport just a little more comfortable and safer too. The essentials are good clothing with protector gear.

First on your list is a quality helmet, to protect your head and neck during impact, and to prevent or reduce head injury. A typical motocross helmet will possess elongated chin and visor portions, a chin bar, and a partially open face, to give you extra protection whilst wearing goggles. The visor will help keep the sun out of your eyes particularly important during jumps.

It will protect the head in crashes and collisions with other bikes, so it has to be strong, yet comfortable for the rider. Most motocross helmets are made of carbon, Kevlar, fiberglass or a composite material. The main goal of a helmet is to absorb impact should the rider crash, whether into another rider.

Motocross clothing together with protecting gear means safer riding, more fun and also more chanves of winning a race. A rider that is confident about his gear can only worry about the jumps and corners and dedicate mind to winning.

There is nothing more annoying for a motocross rider than a boot giving up in the middle of the race, helmet getting loose or feeling too heavy goggles filling with steam if you had any of that you will agree with us that you will do whatever it takes to prevent these. We carefully choose our motocross clothing for its hard wear properties, good brands and proven by racers properties.


The jersey that a rider chooses should be lightweight, comfortable and well ventilated. Typical material used in motocross jerseys are a mesh material. Mobility and comfort are the primary goals of a motocross jersey.


Gloves should be lightweight, comfortable and most of all provide ease of control, grip, tactile feel and movement of your fingers. Vents, silicone fingertips and patches of different materials are some typical features of motocross gloves.


Soft, flexible, comfortable, lightweight, non-restrictive and durable are some of the goals of motocross pants. Many pants are made from spandex with protective rubber patches for extra protection.

You should always feel like you can hit a wall and stay protected but also so agile you can outrun anyone. Your clothing needs to protect you but not limit you.

You must feel comfortable in your pants and jersey even after long race.

So go on get your gear a revamp and make sure you are enter next race more protected and more comfortable than you used too.