Best Women’s Dualsport Riding Gear {for Fall Riding}

One of the best parts of riding a motorcycle is the feeling of freedom. Even if you are just taking it out for normal travel, a bike feels more independent than other vehicle types. This is even truer for dual-sport riding. In the fall, you may want to keep getting in some on- and off-road riding in. However, you will need the best women’s dualsport riding gear to take on the variable weather.

Dual-Sport Helmet

Helmets are important no matter what type of riding you are doing. They protect you in the event of a crash. It probably comes as no surprise that crashes are common on trails especially if you decided to kit out your bike with those awesome, cheap motorcycle aftermarket parts you saw. So, you will need a helmet that can handle both the trail and the street.

The Icon Variant Double Stack Helmet is a great example. It has a great ventilation system to help keep you cool even at a standstill. Additionally, it features the sun-visor of an off-road helmet while sporting a style that won’t look out of place on the street. This helmet is versatile enough to tackle the challenges of dual-sport riding and the fall weather.


Dual-sport jackets need to be able to handle the dirt of the trail while still offering the right protection for the street. Furthermore, in the fall they need to protect you against rain and cold without being too hot for the warmer days.

A jacket that gets this balance right is the Fly Women’s Georgia II Motorcycle Jacket. It has the CE armor you need for the street on the shoulder, elbows and back. It also is waterproof, meaning it can handle the trail and wet days. There is a full-sleeve, removable liner for extra warmth as the days get colder.


One of the challenges of dual-sport riding, especially in the fall, is that your feet are bound to get wet and dirty when off-road. However, you likely don’t want to wear traditional off-road boots. One solution to this is a pair of waterproof socks. For example, you could try the Klim Covert Gore-Tex Sock. It is a waterproof design with four-season comfort.

For boots, consider the Z1R Women’s Savage Boot. This leather boot has the grip and water resistance you need when off-road. However, it still features an eye-catching look that works great on the street.


If you are planning to take your dual-sport bike on the trail, you’ll want some appropriate pants. The Klim Women’s Artemis Pant is a great example. It is waterproof and perfect for adventure off-road. The venting will also help to keep you cool on warmer days.

Get Started

One of the best parts of the motorcycle experience is the number of enthusiasts both on the road and in the stores that support riders. Whether you want the best OEM parts of Yamaha Zuma or aftermarket parts for a YZF500R, you can find someone to help you find it. So, take advantage of that enthusiastic help to get kitted up for dual-sport riding in the fall.

About RJ Frometa

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