Dual Sport Gear, Parts, Accessories and Tires

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Dual-sport gear is constructed be protective and indestructible for the hardcore off-road adventurers who roam across the open roads and deep into the backcountry. Dual-sport adventurers need versatile gear for pushing the limits across uncharted territories and digging into rugged riding terrain. Motorcycle Superstore has you covered with all the dual-sport gear for your next excursion, from tires to tail and tank bags to tool kits for that emergency repair or adjustment. We carry a large assortment of weatherproof luggage, all-weather riding gear, “hybrid” helmets, dual-sport-capable tires and even conversion kits to help you create the ultimate all-terrain dual-sport machine. Browse our selection of dual-sport gear, parts and accessories from the best brands in the business like Moose Racing, Alpinestars, REV’IT!, Sidi, Tour Master, Baja Designs, Klim and many more. Gear up for awesome, long days in the saddle tackling terrain ranging from asphalt to desert sands to snow, and long nights in the harsh back woods.

Latest Reviews - Adventure Touring Product

Scooby D. (New Berlin)

Cost Benefit


I've been wearing this jacket for a month now. I ordered the Hi-Vis Green and love how people notice me. This was a great fit for me; I'm 5'7 185 Ibs and ordered a large. I have worn this in 20 degree weather, rain and some snow. It's warm and water tight. It also has good ventilation. This jacket is great value at a great price. I highly recommened this jacket. You won't be disappointed.

charles (desoto )

Air flow
Cost Benefit

fly trekker

Has taken my comfort level as high as possible. No need for goggles, far more comfortable for anyone that wears glasses.

Will (Toledo)


Tire Spoon

I chose this one due to it being the only reasonably priced spoon. Its thickness is good but overall length makes it only useable on bicycle or dirtbike tires.

T. Reedy (Huntsville)

Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

Nice for the Price

I put this tire on my R1200GSA and I've never regretted it. I have just under 7,000 miles on it and it just now is showing some chord. I ride what I would call aggressively safe. About 50% of my riding is on gravel and dirt roads. I replaced my "Hied" tire with the Shinko. For the price I don't think you can beat it. I've run fully loaded and empty in all kinds of surfaces along with lots of highway miles and I'm getting ready to order a front and back Shinko for the summer riding. I got a year out of the rear. I would recommend this tire to anyone who is riding the big beemers. Just keep your pressures up near max and you will be happy. I was.

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