ATV Riding Gear Category

Trail Tested: Columbia Nail Gun II Pant, Carabineer Mountain II Parka

Trail Tested: Columbia Nail Gun II Pant, Carabineer Mountain II Parka
Columbia Nail Gun II Pant, Carabineer Mountain II Parka Just one rain-soaked ride in cold temperatures should be enough to make one realize the importance of dressing for inclement conditions out on the trail. Others, like myself, have needed countless bone-chilling misadventures to learn that, no matter...
March 11th, 2010 | Filed under: Products, Riding Gear | Read More

Trail Tested: Olympia Air Throttle Gloves, ATV Stuff Rack Mini-Cooler

Trail Tested: Olympia Air Throttle Gloves, ATV Stuff Rack Mini-Cooler
OLYMPIA AIR THROTTLE GLOVES For more than 60 years, Olympia Sports Company has earned a reputation for high-quality, reasonably priced powersports gloves that fit great and last a long time. The company’s new model 790 Air Throttle glove is an interesting product with wide application that definitely...
December 16th, 2009 | Filed under: Accessories, Products, Riding Gear | Read More

Moose Expedition Gear

Moose Expedition Gear Sometimes we stumble across a product that we like so much that we want to tell all of our friends and relatives about it. Add the Monarch Pass pants and jacket from Moose to that list. The uninsulated Monarch Pass gear is durable, waterproof riding gear that doesn’t have the...
June 17th, 2009 | Filed under: Riding Gear | Read More

Half Helmets

Let’s face it, a helmet is the single most important piece of riding equipment you can wear. And we know that some people argue they dislike helmets — namely motocross helmets — because they are heavy, and frankly a pain to put on and take off. Add to that, in the summer months they’re too hot...
April 4th, 2006 | Filed under: Riding Gear | Read More

Moose Racing’s Qualifier gear

In addition to protective equipment such as a helmet and goggles, wearing the right clothing can make for a more comfortable experience. Although denim jeans and a plain cotton shirt are often the choice of many, there are better options. So ditch those dungarees and dirt-stained shirts and opt for riding...
January 12th, 2006 | Filed under: Riding Gear | Read More

Boot Camp: We Try Out Eight Pairs of Boots

There’s nothing worse than cold, wet, stinky feet. And, after a good mud bog aboard an ATV, it doesn’t take long to destroy a pair of boots and your precious feet. While your feet can recover from a rugged day pounding through the slop, your soggy socks and favorite boots might not survive a short...
January 12th, 2006 | Filed under: Features, Riding Gear | Read More