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Old 06-09-2012, 09:46 AM   #151
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I have kids helmet for sale:
http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=790559
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Old 08-05-2012, 05:38 PM   #152
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Hello

This thread is a great idea and just what I was looking for

My daughter (now 14) is back to riding this summer and is in need of boots (size 5 youth), riding pants small jr slim (she is small) and she will be most of the way there. If anyone has any deals let me know.
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Old 08-05-2012, 09:43 PM   #153
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My son is growing so fast,I hate buying gear.He rides pillon with me on the road.Would dirt bike gear be good for the road?He's 9, 4'8" tall,120lbs,and built like a linebacker.
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:59 AM   #154
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I am looking for a M textile Jacket for my 8 year old Daughter. The only one I can find is the First Gear one. If I can't find anything else I'll go with that, but I'd like to buy used since she's gonna grow out of it in a year or two.
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Old 10-05-2012, 09:17 AM   #155
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Check out babybiker.com

Awesome stuff there....all kinds for all kids.
Thanks for the link MoBill, all kinds of pint size stuff there.
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Old 03-12-2013, 04:46 AM   #156
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The season is new, raining now so the salt dust and gravel is getting washed from the road. Time to re-ignite this thread!

A lot of the gear available is for moto-x, which is awesome, except I need road gear for my oldest. We have a jacket and helmet, but I'd really love to find some pants!! Or be able to find her a suit that offers some rain shedding ability.

Boots may be easier, at her age a small women's size will fit.

So, road gear, any out there?

Oh, if the right suit comes along, her old jacket, serviceable but a tad long in the tooth, would be provided free to a new home if postage were paid.

So, anyone got anything???
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Old 03-12-2013, 07:14 AM   #157
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Anyone looking for youth street gear should checkout www.kinderriderinc.com

A new company that supports only kids gear.
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Old 04-07-2013, 07:52 AM   #158
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Just bought jacket and pants from http://kinderriderinc.com

And I'm pleased with them. Fit like described, quality is good, decent armor. Not road tested yet (waiting for the kid's new lid to arrive later this week). I'll report back once we get a few miles on the stuff.

I bought the gloves too but have to exchange them for a smaller size.

Oh and photos coming when we do our first ride. Promise.
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Old 04-08-2013, 06:44 AM   #159
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And I'm pleased with them. Fit like described, quality is good, decent armor. Not road tested yet (waiting for the kid's new lid to arrive later this week). I'll report back once we get a few miles on the stuff.

I bought the gloves too but have to exchange them for a smaller size.

Oh and photos coming when we do our first ride. Promise.
Thanks for the good review and looking forward to some pics.

The replacement gloves are shipping today.

Mike at KinderRider Inc.
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:00 PM   #160
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I am looking for a street jacket and pants for a 12 year old. Size youth 12-14. Mesh or textile. Mesh is probably preferable.
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:08 PM   #161
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I have a green, 3/4 kid's helmet. It is little; toddler-size up to maybe age four. I used it a bit for my daughter in the Ural hack when she was little.

Free to whomever needs it.
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Old 04-03-2014, 03:33 PM   #162
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WTB: MX Boots

I'm looking for size 3 MX boots. I have a pair of size 1 available for sale/trade.
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Old 04-24-2014, 06:30 AM   #163
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Ocelot SX3 Youth Boots - Sz 1

FYI, I just put a post up in the gear flea market for a pair of Ocelot SX3 Youth Boots - Sz 1.
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Old 04-24-2014, 04:45 PM   #164
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KinderRider Jacket

I Recently purchased a jacket from KinderRider for my son and figured I would post an initial review here.
I have been trying to acquire gear for both of my kids, with the younger being the more difficult to find legit gear for.

I Purchased the jacket online direct from them, kinderriderinc.com. They replied quickly with an order confirmation, and a subsequent email with tracking info. It was sent out the same day & I received it in like 2 days I think.
The pictures on their website were a little less than informative, so I figured I would post some detailed ones here. Based on initial impressions so far, I will likely order a pair of the matching pants for him. The sizing seems about right; my boy is 8, and the jacket I ordered is a Medium/8-10
For an investment in a legit kids jacket, it seems to be worth it so far. Worst case, when/if he outgrows it in a few years, I'll post it here or the FM and maybe get some of that back, depending on the condition.

( I could use a pair of youth boots if anyone has an extra pair, size 3 maybe)




Pretty slick jacket and seems to be put together well. The label for the jacket and quilted liner both indicated that they are made in Pakistan.

The tops of the shoulders unzip to reveal a mesh vent, very similar to my Tourmaster. Also has reflective piping along the opening.


The main zipper also has a double flap closure with velcro & snaps. Again, similar to most textile jackets.


Inside pocket, just behind main zipper.


Collar with "neoprene" type edging and velcro closure.


The inside is lined with a windproof/water resistant liner, which is permanently attached. Where the mesh vents are located on the exterior of the jacket, there are coordinating "holes" made into the liner that allow air to pass through directly to the rider.


Large back "armor"

Also has armor in the shoulders and elbows

Shock cord drawstring to cinch waist.


Some design went into the sleeves ( I think I have seen a kids BMW suit have a similar feature) with some slight adjustment to them. By unzipping the zipper, the sleeves "telescope" out about an inch or so as the rider grows.



The cuffs have velcro adjustment, as well as a spandex type material inner cuff to keep out wind/dust


The back sports their KinderRider logo, a horizontal rear exhaust vent and a kidney pouch. The back also also has various spots of reflective material.




Quilted inner liner zips out and has inner pocket and buttons to secure the sleeves in the cuffs







Initial testing seems to be going great...


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Old 04-24-2014, 05:56 PM   #165
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Poor kid! You could have at least taken the sticker off the sunshade!

Thanks for the review.

I've been considering ordering a full set from KinderRider for LittleStains. We've got a kids sized Tourmaster Jacket now though...but its good to know the quality of KinderRider seems to be good!
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