Heart Rate Monitors play an important role in the world of motorsports. Dirt biking, enduro trail riding and motocross heart rate monitors are no exception. In this guide we cover three best options of different riding styles.
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Not every smart watch has all the right features needed for dirt bike riding. I’ve picked out a few that will work well for both enduro trail riding and motocross laps.
Mounting your phone in the right place on your Harley offers a level of convenience that’ll leave you wondering why you never did it sooner.
This guide serves as a summarized form of all our kids dirt bike gear reviews. I’ll provide you with my recommended gear for each category. If you’d like more details on any piece of gear, I’ll also include a link to the full review should you wish to check out some of the alternative options. I’ve offered my gear suggestions with best value for money item at mind. The complete list of gear will cost you just over $1000.
The problem with a dual sport helmet is that they are more a jack of all trades, master of none. This is especially true when it comes to fulfilling specific needs riders like myself are looking for. One of my frustrations is the constant noise, or rather lack of noise reduction.
As the name implies, Dual sport helmets offer the advantage of being compatible across multiple riding and sport disciplines. Combining this advantage with a built in bluetooth piece makes a bluetooth enabled – dual sport helmet, the best multipurpose helmet a rider could own.