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.
Youngsters getting into the dirt bike sport need to have the right setup and gear. Different bikes are designed for different size kids and skilled riders. Let me guide you through the decision of which 50cc dirt bike would best suit your kid
Getting your kids set up with a good pair of boots should be your a priority purchase. Some of the best kids dirt bike boots won’t even cost you a leg, but they could save one.
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.
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.
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.