Heated riding gear is the perfect way to extend your riding season and stay warm through the cooler times of the year. No longer will you have to wonder if you have layered and bundled up sufficiently to combat the chill from the wind that can bite right through your clothes. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we have a great selection of heated riding gear accessories to pair up with your gear to make sure that you are warm and toasty as you cruise down the trail.
We have a large variety of wiring accessories to make sure that your Firstgear or Tourmaster heated riding gear is keeping you just as comfortable as if you were sitting next to a cozy fire. Choose a dual heat-troller if you would like to plug multiple heated items in at once (such as gloves and a jacket) but set them at different temperatures for riding; or a single heat-troller kit to have all of your gear staying at the same temperature. We even have remote control heat controllers that can be mounted for easy access to adjust the temperature of your gear while riding. Adapters, connectors, extension cables, heat-troller pouches – whatever you need, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC can help.
Also, for a helpful tutorial and review of our heated gear and accessories, check out our video to see how to work the gear and wiring for your next chilly ride!
Kat in UT
I'm dislike the cold and have been known to use the heated seats on in my car nearly every month of the year. Recently, I planned an 800 mile motorcycle adventure touring trip to Jackson, WY only to find the weather on the cold and wet side. Off to RMATV to quickly order some "heated gear" and WOW! I couldn't be happier! I bought the Firstgear heated jacket, Firstgear portable heat-troller and the Firstgear glove liners. Installing the troller was a piece of cake as it comes with the wires and fuse ready to bolt to the bike battery. Mounting the troller to the bike was simple as it comes with sticky dual sided Velcro that adhered to my tank bag! From there I simply had to put on the jacket, plug it into the troller and occasionally turn the knob for heat as I drove down the road. The temp was down to 34 degrees Fahrenheit with a 65 mph wind chill factor and all I could think of was "Aaaahhhhhhh! This is a nice and toasty tour!" :-)Read All Reviews