Dirt Bike Wrist GuardsA dirt bike wrist brace secures the lower part of your forearm in the event of a crash. A wrist brace is designed to prevent hyperextension. Typically, you put your arms out to stop a fall and invariably you stop - hands hit first. Without a wrist guard your hand can snap back, at worst breaking your wrist, and at the very least stretching tendons that could keep you off the bike for an extended period of time. Wrist braces can feel constraining at first so if you’re not used to wearing one we recommend starting with basic protection until you get the feel of riding with one. Wrist braces also help stabilize and prevent further hyperextension of a previously injured. See our Dirt Bike Wrist Guards page to see all available options. Back to Top
Motocross Elbow GuardsIs there any body part that sticks out more than your elbows? Your elbows get no protection from fenders so they are one of the most vulnerable parts of your body to roost. If you fall over with your bike, your elbows hit the ground first and trail riding offers hazards like tree trunks and tree limbs – that feels like a baseball bat right into those bones. Elbow guards provide impact and abrasion protection from anything the track or trail can throw at you – including other riders. See our Dirt Bike Elbow Guards page for all available options. Back to Top
Motocross Knee GuardsKnee Guards do for your knees what elbow guards do for elbows. Your knees are closer to the ground and are more susceptible to roost and injury from banging into other riders. Even falling over into soft sand means your knee taking the weight of a 400lb bike. Knee guards protect your knees from crashes and other impacts encountered on the track or trail. See our Dirt Bike Knee Guards page for all available options. Back to Top
Motocross Knee BracesCornering is one of the hardest skills to master on a dirt bike. Drop your foot and glide around that curve but then your foot grabs a piece of track. A knee brace could be the difference between riding through it or surgery. A knee brace is designed or prevent or reduce the severity of knee injuries. It helps provide stability and limit movement for weak or injured knees. See our Motocross Knee Braces page for all available options. Back to Top
Motocross Ankle SupportThere are more than two dozen bones that make up your feet and ankles. Those bones are not designed to take on the impact riding a 400lb dirt bike can bring. Your leg often acts as a kickstand to prevent a fall and your ankle takes the brunt of the hit. An ankle brace prevents hyperextension and helps stabilize and limit the movement of an already injured ankle. See our Dirt Bike Ankle Braces page for all available options. Back to Top
The key to enjoying the sport of motocross is preparedness. Arming yourself with appropriate motocross protective gear can be the difference between a bruise and a life altering injury. Like any high impact sport, the proper protective gear is crucial to a lifetime of enjoyment.
Written By: AndrewT