I got my first dirt bike when I was 13. The 1999 Honda XR 100 served me well until I grew too tall and moved up to the KDX 200cc a few years later. Prior to the Honda, I raced offroad go-karts. Let’s just say 4 wheels wasn’t my thing. But what I’m trying to say is that I’ve been through a lot of different bikes and an equal amount of helmets. With that said, this is my buyers guide for the best youth dirt bike helmets for every budget.
Category: Off Road
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Whether it be helping your child over the rocky terrain, watching your kid hold on for life as they grab some airtime, or you’re looking to buy a nice gift. A top quality pair of dirt bike gloves is going to make the world of difference. These are the 6 best gloves every kid will love.
We all know dirt bikes can be an expensive hobby and many of us have a strict budget when buying gear. If that is the case – first try saving on the less essential areas than your head. Check out these awesome dirt bike helmets under $200 that meet all the right safety measures and desirable features.
Allowing your child to ride without goggles is like leaving him/her alone in the house. It’s pretty much just asking for trouble. Equipping your kid with a half decent set of goggles will ensure their eyes (one of our only five senses) are protected well into their adult life. Here are my top 5 recommended youth dirt bike goggles.
I’ve been riding with the same chest protector I had in school. Since then, I’ve taken a couple big hits from low hanging tree’s, flung up rocks and all the rest of it. My chest protector is now split right across my upper chest/shoulder area. Needless to say, I’m on the market for a new chest protector / roost guard. Let me guide you through my thoughts and criteria as to what makes the best chest protector for us and the kids.