FLY Racing 2015 line includes MX, adventure gear

Publish Date: 
Jul 8, 2014

BOISE, Idaho – FLY Racing’s 2015 gear line will be available beginning in August, and the collection includes updates on motocross lines as well as an offroad gear collaboration with Johnny Campbell.

The Evolution 2.0 Spike racewear comes in four color options: white/red, black/blue, black/teal and black/hi-visibility yellow. The jersey ($49.95) has an open cuff with a Lycra gusset to help reduce arm pump. Mesh ventilation panels keep air flowing, and a silicone-printed extended tail helps keep the jersey tucked in.

The Spike pants ($169.95) have a magnetic fly closure, vents, leather panels inside each leg, and a fully vented knee. FLY’s new 2D buckle system is, according to them, the flattest buckle system ever made in MX pants.

For riders who want something a little less flamboyant than the Spike line, the Evolution 2.0 Clean line offers simpler graphics in black/orange and black/gray options. The pricing is the same as the Spike gear.

The Evolution glove ($36.95) is color-coordinated for the jerseys and pants, with red, black, teal, yellow and orange options.

The Patrol Offroad line is geared toward the trail and adventure rider. Available in camo and black, the line includes a jersey ($32.95), pants ($119.95) and jacket ($149.95).

All three pieces have reflective print to make the rider more visible, ample vents and adjustable sizing. The pants are a new over-boot design with zip-off lower legs, the 2D buckle system and three pockets.

The jacket is also convertible: the sleeves zip off and can be stowed in a rear cargo compartment. There are six other pockets and a mesh liner inside the nylon shell.

The JCR Offroad continues the offroad and adventure theme in a collaboration between FLY Racing and offroad racer Johnny Campbell. The jacket ($399.95) and pants ($299.95) are constructed of Three Thirty XD material for durability and flexibility, and everything is covered by a waterproof, breathable HydraGuard X10 shield. Taped seam construction and waterproof zippers add to the wet-weather precautions.

The jacket has seven intake vents and six exhaust vents, SAS-TEC elbow armor, a Cool-Max mesh liner, a removable insulated vest, an integrated water bladder pocket with an internal hose management system and ten pockets.

The JCR Offroad pants have two intake and two exhaust vents, four pockets, leather leg panels, reinforced nylon panels in wear zones and the 2D buckle system.

FLY Racing’s full 2015 lineup of racewear, protective gear, helmets and casual wear is already on their website, and they have a video featuring their sponsored racers giving the gear a tryout.

From a press release.