Where to buy riding gear for kids.

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by outdoornate65, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. outdoornate65

    outdoornate65 Adventurer

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    I've promised my 9 year-old son his first dirtbike in the spring, so with Christmas around the corner, I thought I'd start geting him decked-out in riding gear. He already has a decent full-face helmet but I want to get him a chest protector and riding clothes.

    Since I haven't really purchased too much gear in the past, I'm hoping you folks can point me in the right direction regarding where I might order him some gear. Looking for good quality and decent prices.

    Thanks,

    Nate
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    Paul_B Been here awhile

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    yukonjon Been here awhile

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  4. MK96xj

    MK96xj 100% Seat Time

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    Dirt gear for kids is abundent. You can get it at most MC dealers and online.

    If you are looking for Street gear however there is a new company that looks promising. I understand they will start selling this month.

    www.KinderRiderinc.com
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    Mucka Been here awhile

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    Look on your local Craigslist. Kids outgrow this stuff all the time.

    Russ
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    cyclegear.com
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    blackripley Been here awhile

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    I'm going to 2nd cyclegear, but if you can go into a store it will be better to check fit. As always fit is a big factor in the protection and poor fitting can cause injury too.
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  9. PMC

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    We have Bob's Cycle supply local
    You may want to try and find a shop/dealer within driving distance from where you are. Way easier
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