- Nov 1, 2007
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I know kids sometimes don’t want to wear the gear or say it’s uncomfortable, but it’s WAY more comfy than a cast or stitches.
Huge +1 on this. I buy almost all of my daughters' sports gear there.Play it again sports, you can pick like new kids gear as they grow out of it so fast. Name brands for half price. Boots, chest, gloves, pants,jerseys, ect. When they grow out of it in 6 months trade it in on bigger sizes.
We buy new helmets and neck donut tho.
Canyon Lands?Welcome to the beginning of the madness. View attachment 846579 View attachment 846580 View attachment 846581 Great advise from all posts above! Make sure every piece of gear is on him before the bike is started, every single time, and have fun riding with him. And damn, I just sold a sweet pair of size 3 Gaerne boots for $25, used gear is great for getting him set up.
I believe that's actually the SK3 (Steve Kirk III) foundation- or does the Caselli do it too? A lot of D37 riders donate their used gear to it and some of it is actually brand new !If you are near Rialto/Colton check Neanderthal Cycle Salvage, they always have a ton of used gear for cheap. The smalller kids' stuff never get used much and so used is usually still clean and nice. Also when the District 37 races come to town some of the nice ladies from the Kurt Caselli foundation always have a lot of donated gear available. They are at Glen Helen next weekend, then 29 Palms in April.
Personally I wouldn't spend money on actual motorcycle boots for a kid this age. It definately makes learning to operate the bike harder.