ATV Riding Gear Category

Alpinestars and Yamaha Partner to form AYC

Alpinestars and Yamaha Partner to form AYC
Cypress, CA. – Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA and Alpinestars have joined forces to create an exciting new apparel collection available only at authorized Yamaha dealerships. The Alpinestars Yamaha Collection (AYC) will feature best-selling Alpinestars styles with fresh new designs. The first Yamaha-blue...
September 17th, 2010 | Filed under: Accessories, Headlines, Manufacturer, Product, Riding Gear | Read More

New Arctic Cat Camo Suit Released

New Arctic Cat Camo Suit Released
Arctic Cat Camo Jacket Thief River Falls, Minn. – Beat the elements and maintain your cover with the new Arctic Cat Camo Suit. Made with a waterproof/breathable Advantage Timber-camouflage shell and fully-taped seams, the suit keeps you dry, comfortable and concealed. The soft-touch fabric maintains...
June 10th, 2010 | Filed under: New Products, Riding Gear | Read More

Alpinestars Tech 8

Alpinestars Tech 8
Alpinestars Tech 8 This popular boot now features upgraded materials, technology and performance for improved comfort throughout. A bio-mechanical calf and shin articulation system improves flexing. Top features include full-grain leather components, a soft leather inner bootie, gel inserts for ankle...
June 7th, 2010 | Filed under: New Products, Products, Riding Gear | Read More

Scott Airborne MX Helmet

Scott Airborne MX Helmet
Scott Airborne MX Helmet Already known for high-quality riding gear and goggles, the Airborne is one of Scott’s three first forays into the helmet market. The top shelf Airborne is available in three bold designs, very lightweight due to carbon fiber construction, extremely comfortable racer-tested...
June 1st, 2010 | Filed under: New Products, Products, Riding Gear | Read More

Scorpion VX-9 Youth Helmet

Scorpion VX-9 Youth Helmet
Lake Forest, CA – November 24, 2009 — Rug rats rejoice! The Scorpion VX-9 youth helmet offers all the features and benefits of its VX-14 off-road older brother, but made specifically to fit kid-sized craniums. Knowing how fast mini riders can grow, one helmet can be transformed from small to...
December 1st, 2009 | Filed under: Riding Gear | Read More

Troy Lee Designs SE-2 Helmet

With improved intake and exhaust ports, as well as a better mouthpiece for better ventilation and safety, Troy Lee Designs’ SE2 is a step up from the previous SE-series. Hardware is made of durable titanium, the visor design is all-new and two visors come standard, and the liner is thicker for a more...
September 26th, 2007 | Filed under: Riding Gear | Read More

Off-Road Goggles

Revision Eyewear, developers of purpose-built eyewear for the military and tactical users around the world, designed its newly released Desert Locust Goggles to exceed the U.S. Army’s stringent requirements for ballistics, optics and durability. Originally developed for the elite members of the U.S....
December 14th, 2006 | Filed under: Riding Gear | Read More

CS ATV Cocoon/Rack Bags

Available in green, red and Mossy Oak camo, the ATV Cocoon is wearable protective gear for an ATV rider. It’s designed to both protect the rider from the elements and retain the engine’s natural heat to keep the rider warm. It installs with studded snaps and fits most major ATVs and this design helps...
June 23rd, 2006 | Filed under: Riding Gear | Read More

Ducks Unlimited Line

For the duck hunter in all of us comes the Ducks Unlimited line of ATV accessories. Available from any Tucker Rocky dealer, the line includes a loading ramp, soft bags (pictured), hand warmers, a 6-ply radial tire, winch and fin grips. The bags will come in either black or Advantage Max 4 camouflage. Contact:...
April 22nd, 2004 | Filed under: Riding Gear | Read More

HJC CL-21 Flame Helmet

One helmet we liked at this year’s Indy Dealer Expo was the CL-21 Flame model from HJC. As far as half helmets go, this one has many advanced features. It is DOT approved and has a removable, zip-out ear flap with a brushed nylon finish. The visor attaches to the helmet with three snaps. But it...
April 22nd, 2004 | Filed under: Riding Gear | Read More