Womens Off-road gear

Kurt Caselli Foundation X Babes in the Dirt 4

We are honored to announce that Kurt Caselli Foundation will be partnering with us for Babes in the Dirt 4 to provide an on site ambulance throughout the weekend. We are so grateful to have the support of such an amazing organization!

Having an ambulance with 2 trained paramedics on site this year allows us to treat any minor injuries on site and ensure speedy treatment for any more serious injuries. They have also included yellow caution flags to flag any hazzards on the track.  Thank you so much to KCF! We have listed some tips and tricks to keep you safe throughout the weekend and make sure that you don't get to meet the paramedics.

1. Ride your own ride! Make sure you are not riding over your head or on terrain that you are not comfortable on. 

2. The vast majority of trails at Hungry Valley are 2 way trails. Take the corners slow and keep an eye out for on coming bikes, buggies, jeeps etc.

3. Buddy system: never hit a trail on your own. Ride together to make sure everyone gets back to camp safely. 

4. Post your turns: If you are leading a ride, make sure to stop and wait at any fork in the road s that the rider behind you sees which direction you go. 

5. All the gear all the time! Proper riding gear can mean the difference between a broken bone and a light bruise. Gear up!

6. Stay hydrated

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babes in the dirt

Kurt Caselli is among the most decorated off-road motorcyclist in history; his career highlights include three AMA National Hare and Hound National Championships, three championships in the World Off Road Championship Series (WORCS), AMA Sportsman of the year in 2007, and multiple International Six Days Enduro medals. After Kurt's death in 2013, along with his mom, sister and fiancé The Kurt Caselli Foundation was established in his memory with the mission of “Protecting And Supporting The Lives Of Off-road Riders”.  To date the Kurt Caselli Foundation has raised over $800,000 and set’s it’s goals on providing safety in 3 areas.

Our 3 prong MISSION is

-Race Course and Race Safety Prior to event.

-Rider Safety During Events

-Injury Management After

We also give away two scholarships per year to athletes that are looking forward to the next chapter in life in school.

Our 2018 Projected Safety Spend Goal is $120,000

Our latest initiative was donating this Kurt Caselli Safety Vehicle to the GNCC Racing Series to help medics get to riders quicker.

Equipped with

-S.O.S Back Board insert to quickly secure the rider.

-Safety Lights

-Radio Communications

-Defibrillator

-Immobile Vaccum Body Board

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Babes in the DIrt 4 Gear Demo Presented by Fox Womens

We can't stress the importance of safety gear when it comes to riding, especially riding dirt. Lucky for Babes in the Dirt, Fox Womens makes the best protection out there and will be demoing gear at Babes in the Dirt 4. Stop by their booth to get suited and booted but please know, there are limited amounts of gear and demos will be rotated hourly so no hoggin' babes! Try it, love it, and return to give everyone a chance to experience the line up. 

 "Ready to go over the handlebars....again" - Brittany Wood | Photo by Genevieve Davis 

 "Ready to go over the handlebars....again" - Brittany Wood | Photo by Genevieve Davis 

WOMENS 180 BOOT

Specifically sized for Women, the Womens Comp 5 uses a Womens last (fit in the foot area) and specific shorter overall height on the smaller sizes. Support and coverage comes from a durable plastic shinplate, medial guard and toe cap.

"The boots are probably the most comfortable women’s MX boots I've ever ridden in."  -  Dirtrider.com

"The boots are probably the most comfortable women’s MX boots I've ever ridden in." Dirtrider.com

The V1 helmet uses an injection molded polycarbonate shell, internal EPS liner and removable washable comfort liner and cheek pads and meets ECE 22.05 and DOT standards. This proven design provides reliable protection from debris and falls. Optimal airflow, a plush liner, and an exceptional fit contribute to the helmets phenomenal comfort.

For an excellent fit, the Fox V1 Race Helmet is engineered in three shells and four EPS dimensions and comes in 6 sizes ranging from XS-XXL. By providing different specifications for each helmet size, you achieve a more accurate and precise fit. The varying sizes and fits mean you can more easily find your perfect match.

There is no reason a full-face motocross helmet should overheat, turning the interior into a sweaty mess. The Fox V1 Race Helmet features an advanced ventilation system to keep you cool, calm and focused. With nine intake and four exhaust vents, the helmet provides a rush of fresh air as you ride and allows heat and moisture to escape. The combination of circulating air and a soft helmet liner will help keep you comfortable even in the scorching heat.

R3 Roose Deflector

The Womens R3 uses an anatomically correct injection molded plastic chest plate to achieve the perfect fit on female riders. Shoulder, back, and bicep coverage uses the same durable plastic that is used on the chest plate. It has fully adjustable and removable padded arm guards. This comes in sizes S/M and M/L.

Please visit https://www.foxracing.com/us/info/sizechart for more information on sizing.