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Youth Dirt Bike and Kids Motocross Gear Department

Youth Dirt Bike and Kids Motocross Gear Department

Every supercross and motocross champion gets his start here. From Ricky Carmichael to Ryan Villopoto, the origins of speed come from simply riding a dirt bike as a kid. And even if championship titles aren’t on the agenda, the best kids dirt bike motocross gear is available from Motorcycle Superstore. Look over top brands like Fox, Thor, Alpinestars, Answer, Fly and O’Neal to find quality helmets, boots, pants, jerseys, gloves and riding armor. From creating a replica look of your favorite rider to protecting against roost and crashes, youth motocross gear is light, flexible and tough enough to survive it all. So when you need to kick start a lifetime of dirt bike riding fun, Motorcycle Superstore is the place to do it.

Latest Reviews

Blake (Raleigh, NC)

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Good bag for cheap price

Purchased this bag about a month ago for weekly riding excursions. This bag's material is pretty thin, but surprisingly spacious. I can fit all my gear, my helmet bag, my camelbak, and my boots. There aren't many compartments, but one Velcro slot I use on the side for goggles. I've had one small tear in the boot compartment, but otherwise this bag is doing well. I didn't expect it to last a lifetime, but hey for $40, if it lasts a full year of riding that's a great deal!

Dawn (Oakville, ON)

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Great socks!

Ordered these for my son for racing as he complained the knee braces bothered him. We LOVE these socks. They stay up on his legs and he says they are much more comfortable than the regular riding socks. He also said they dont make him any hotter which was a concern of ours.

Perry (Grass Lake, MI)

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Good Elbow Guards

Good elbow guards to go with the knee guards, just wish the straps were a little different design.

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