Fly Racing was established in 1998. Born from Western Powersports, the brand was focused on just two things: handlebars and helmets, specifically for motocross. These accessories were designed with an emphasis on affordability and durability – premium quality at a less than premium price. As the brand grew, so did its reputation, and new products like riding gear, goggles, boots, protective gear, and casual apparel were added to Fly Racing’s lineup. Today, some of the most popular and recognizable gear comes courtesy of Fly Racing.
Headquartered out of Boise, Idaho, Fly Racing uses the incredible terrain around them to put their gear to the test. On the world-class trails and their own personal MX track, Fly Racing experiments with new ideas and materials to ensure that their products are consistently up-to-date and high-performing. This quality can be trusted, too, as it’s been on display by top Supercross riders who have all counted on Fly Racing’s lightweight durability for some of the most intense racing in the world.
Fly Racing is still creating new and innovative product lines in accordance to the same standards of quality. Their unique designs, constructions, and colorways have paved their way to becoming one of the top manufacturers in the industry.
donald in CA
Tried my new Auroa II's on a 42 degree morning. They kept my hands warm enough but they were a little cool and had me considering putting on my glove liners. Later in the morning, between 45 and 55 they were excellent. For bulky street gloves they still provide better dexterity working the controls than any of my previous Southern California "winter" gloves. They look significantly better in person than they do in the photos too. As with all gauntlet style gloves, they are a little snug at the wrist area, going on your hands, even though the fingers are just the right length, So far, I'm very happy with them.Read All Reviews
gianni in bukidnon
love the ventilation on this one, but the leather pads on the knee sometimes folds in an awkward way and would be irritating when clipping the bike with your legs.Read All Reviews
Wesley in NY
Couple things I noticed with these pants. 1) The zipper doesn't go down far enough. You know when you are trying to put your pants on and your zipper is like 1/2 way down and you have a hard time getting them over your butt? That's just what it was like. However, I had the zipper all the way down and was trying not to rip it open by forcing them on. You can see in the picture there is more room to increase the length of the zipper. No, I'm not fat........ 5'10" and 180 with a nice shaped butt. At least that's what the ladies say! :-) 2) The pocket is a little small. 3 1/2" x 5 1/2". I guess big enough for keys are something like that. You probably don't want to carry a lot of things in the pocket anyway in case you fall on it. I can live with it. 3) Fit was great 4) Very comfortable to wear. 5) Sizing was correct. 6) Fit inside my boot and over my shin guards no problem.Read All Reviews