1. Motocross Gear
  2. Kids Motocross Gear

Kids Dirt Bike & Motocross Gear

ONeal Racing Rider Boots

Product Recommendations

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

Mark (Edmonds, WA)

Fit
Finish
Durability
Features
Cost Benefit

About the right size

I like this bag and for the price I couldn't find anything better. Still I wish that it had a boot compartment at each end of the bag. Putting both boots in the one compartment isn't quite big enough for my knee high boots. Seems to be well built and the gear section is about the right size.

mike (palm harbor, FL)

Fit
Finish
Durability
Features
Cost Benefit

best for the little guys

Even though they feel very, very light they got the approval of our family orthopedic Dr. He set them to minimal knee return to straight. (whatever you call that) and my 10 year old wears them everytime with no complaints. Only gripe is the velcro tends to want to pull off on some inner pant linings. So we just put a small piece of duct tape over them. Very adjustable and comfortable.

Dawn (Oakville, ON)

Fit
Finish
Durability
Features
Cost Benefit

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.

Back to Top