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Heated Riding Gear Accessories from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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!

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  • Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 Short Extension Cable

    Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 Short Extension Cable

    randy in MN


    needed it for longer hook up,did the job..

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  • Gerbing Panel Mount

    Gerbing Panel Mount

    F. ROBERT in NY

    The solution to my problem was these

    Who wants wires dangling? My heated gear included a battery hookup that resulted in a dangling connection wire for my jacket. Then I bought heated pants. Great, except that the pants connection was on the right side and the jacket connection was on the left. My solution was to install one of these panel mount power connectors on each side of the bike, and use a short, coiled cord to connect each item.

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  • Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 38" Power Lead Wiring Harness

    Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 38" Power Lead Wiring Harness

    Lynn in UT

    Power lead

    This is super handy to run my elec jacket and also to trickle charge the battery when the bike sits a while. Also purchased the Synergy 2.0 elec jacket from Rocky Mtn ATV and this is the best heated jacket I have every had. Doesn't seem to draw much current and low is as high as I have had to run it. Have the gloves to go with it and they plug in easily and again, low is the most I have to put them on as they are warm even w/o elec being on.

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  • Firstgear BMW - Style Plug Coax Adaptor - 18"

    Firstgear BMW - Style Plug Coax Adaptor - 18"

    Tim in NY

    I plugged it in then my heated jacket and it worked as described & does not wiggle out with road vibration.

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  • Firstgear Heat-Troller DC Coax Plug Y-Harness, for Motorcycle Gloves/Socks

    Firstgear Heat-Troller DC Coax Plug Y-Harness, for Motorcycle Gloves/Socks

    BRUCE in NJ

    Firstgear Heat-Troller DC Coax Plug Y-Harness, for ...

    Well, you need this if you don't have the jacket liner and want to power your gloves.. it is well made and durable but one side was longer then the other...last time i checked both my arms were the same length !!!... and there was a lot of extra cable hanging out of the back of my jacket (i would imagine it is a one size fit all..some use it to run down the legs to power socks, some through their jacket to power gloves) which needs to get tucked in somewhere... yesterday, after stopping for gas, it must have come untucked and all of a sudden i felt like i got hit in the side with a baseball or something... the extra cord must have hit the chain or rear tire and it pulled hard on my jacket before breaking in half... didn't cause any problems other then not having the option of heated gloves for the rest of the day... just be careful to secure the slack if you go with this option... i'll probably get another anyway, even though i do have the heated jacket liner now, for times that i want to ride without the liner... but the liner is pretty sweet to have everything wired into it, and the option to power just the gloves or both the gloves and liner...

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  • Firstgear Portable Heat-Troller - Single

    Firstgear Portable Heat-Troller - Single

    BRUCE in NJ


    ALONG WITH THE FIRSTGEAR HEATED GLOVES, THIS IS MY FAVORITE GEAR PURCHASE OF THE YEAR.. MAYBE EVER ...I'VE BEEN RIDING FOR 38 YEARS AND HAD NO IDEA HOW GOOD THE TECHNOLOGY OF F.G.'S HEATED GLOVES ACTUALLY IS... AT FIRST I THOUGHT THEY WERE TOO EXPENSIVE, TO HAVE TO BUY BOTH GLOVES AND CONTROLLER, BUT AFTER USING THEM, THEY ARE WORTH EVERY PENNY... WHAT SETS FIRSTGEAR APART FROM THE REST IS THE WAY THIS CONTROLLER WORKS... IF YOU HAVE IT AT 50% THEN IT CYCLES ON AND OFF EQUALLY, USING HALF THE POWER..from the manufacturer : ." The Heat-troller is more efficient than a rheostat because it makes very little wasted heat when turned on. For two 16 Watt grips, the Heat-Troller makes less than 0.1 Watts of (wasted) heat at 50%. A rheostat would make about 16 Watts of wasted heat at the same 50% setting...The efficiency of the design allows over 98% of the power from your battery to reach your heated clothing. As a matter of fact, we tested the simple on/off switches designed by other companies and in one case found it to lose 25% of the power from the battery by the time the current reached the vest. "

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