How should I dress for 4 Wheeling?

As a Powersports motorcycle enthusiast, you know your gear is essential for safety and comfort while riding. However, things can get a little more complicated when it comes to four-wheeling. So, how should I dress for 4 Wheeling?


At Waynesville Cycle, we believe that safety should always come first. Here are some tips to help you choose the right gear for your next off-road adventure.

Helmet: A proper helmet is the most critical gear you can wear while riding a four-wheeler. Make sure it’s DOT-approved and fits you snugly.

Goggles: Dirt, dust, and debris can quickly find their way into your eyes while off-roading. Goggles protect your eyes from these hazards and also provide clear vision.

Gloves: Gloves provide grip and protect your hands from blisters, cuts, and scrapes. Choose a pair with reinforced palms and fingers for added durability.

Boots: Sturdy, closed-toe boots protect your feet and ankles. Look for a pair with good ankle support and a non-slip sole.

Clothing: Loose-fitting, comfortable clothing that covers your arms and legs will protect you from sunburn, scratches, and cuts. Long-sleeve shirts and pants made from durable materials such as denim or Cordura are great options.

Protective Gear: If you plan to ride on rough terrain or at high speeds, consider adding additional protective gear, such as body armor, knee, and elbow pads, or a chest protector.

Accessories: Remember to bring essential accessories like a hydration pack, a first-aid kit, and a tool kit.


When it comes to off-roading, safety should always be your top priority. At Waynesville Cycle, we offer a wide range of high-quality gear and accessories for all your off-road adventures. Visit our store today to find the right gear for you!