Products 31 Jul 2020

Detailed: 2021 FLY Racing range

Innovative new MX21 line launched with latest technology and upgrades.

FLY Racing has officially introduced its 2021 line, taking an innovative step forward with this latest collection that is headlined by a new Formula CC helmet, Zone Pro goggle and Lite racewear in addition to a host of revamped and upgraded products on release.

Developed in association with professional racers and FLY Racing athletes including Blake Baggett, Zach Osborne, Justin Brayton and more, combined with ongoing research and development completed by FLY Racing, the MX21 range is the brand’s most advanced yet.

In a pursuit to establish itself as the best brand in motocross, FLY Racing is powering ahead, not standing still in a bid to constantly progress and deliver class-leading products that not only meet the highest of performance objectives at the high-end, but also cater for a wide range of riders with its catalog of products distributed exclusively through Western Power Sports (WPS).

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Formula Carbon helmet

Beginning with the helmets, FLY Racing’s Formula Carbon helmet boasts the Adaptive Impact System (AIS), which is a high-performance ecosystem of structural designs and energy mitigating materials including RHEON Impact Energy Cells that maximize absorption of low-speed linear and rotational impacts.

Initially introduced last year, the top of the line Formula Carbon helmet is priced at $649.95, featuring a 12K carbon fiber shell that is extremely lightweight at only 1290 grams, as well as Conehead EPS Technology for a softer liner and those cones help manage or absorb an impact force more efficiently. Six critical zones have been fine-tuned for a progressive response to low-speed and high-speed impacts.

Expanded volume EPS means strategic areas of the helmet have more impact-absorbing EPS, while an expanded Polypropylene (EPP) chin bar creates an additional element of impact mitigation. A clavicle shell relief zone is utilized, there’s a custom molded rubber trim with integrated nose guard, lightweight custom visor screws and titanium alloy D-rings, quick-release cheek pads, True Functional Ventilation (TFV), plus a premium helmet garage and extra visor included.

Formula CC helmet

In addition, FLY Racing has now also released a brand new Formula CC helmet that has a tri-weave composite shell comprised of carbon fiber, DuPont Kevlar and fiberglass, producing a lightweight shell with superior penetration resistance at $449.95. It weighs only 50 grams more than the Carbon version. A step down in price, the Formula concept has been applied to the CC model and sharing the same remarkable technology.

Both the Formula Carbon and Formula CC helmets are available in a variety of colors and produced to the highest of standards with exclusive technology, while the introductory-level Kinetic helmet also remains available and is a staple for riders of all skill levels.

Zone Pro goggle

Eyewear has been a major focus for FLY Racing entering 2021 and the brand has now added the exciting new Zone Pro goggle to its range at $64.95. It’s constructed by a polycarbonate lens with premium anti-scratch and anti-fog coatings, combined with a lightweight, yet durable polyurethane frame. The engineered frame design increases field of view providing massive peripheral vision.

The Zone Pro also boasts a quick change replacement lens with pre-installed tear-off posts, premium molded foam that is tapered and provides superior moisture management and a tight seal, outriggers for an optimal fit, a 45mm adjustable double buckle strap with non-slip silicone, plus a removable FLY nose guard.

These come with a microfiber goggle bag and there are optional accessories and lens colors available. It’s an important move for FLY Racing with the introduction of the brand new Zone Pro goggle, which sees the brand arrive at the highest end of eyewear performance

Less serious riders will still be able to purchase the existing and highly-popular FLY Racing Zone goggle with a lot of shared features for $39.95 in a mixture of colorways, as well as the entry-level Focus goggle, again with a wide range of colors on offer.

Evolution DST racewear

FLY Racing’s 2021 racewear is packed full of exceptional new color options and upgrades, led by the Evolution DST line-up that features Durable Stretch Technology to combine freedom of movement without ever compromising on durability. This line is the number one choice of professionals who wear the brand, including the matching Evo DST gloves at $39.95.

The Evolution DST jersey is $59.95 features laser-cut perforations for ventilation, a full mesh back that’s also integrated in key areas, zero-cuff arm openings and multi-directional Lycra neck and shoulder panels.

The pant is $199.95 and it’s constructed of DST HEX-Stretch fabric, ventilation in key areas for air-flow, leather ergonomically pre-shaped knees with Dupont Kevlar stitching, an advanced Lycra lining and a familiar BOA Fit System that offers fast micro-adjustments and a ratcheting closure, a full-floating durable 900D seat surrounded by stretch material and an exclusive zipper lock system.

Lite racewear

MX21 sees the revolutionary Lite racewear redefined again, accelerating into the next generation with a lightweight, high-performance offering that has been overhauled by the design team at FLY Racing with significant features and upgrades for the new model year. There are multiple styles and colors available, in addition to a striking special edition variant.

The Lite jersey ($49.95) has laser-cut perforations, zero-cuff arm openings with reinforced mesh gussets, mesh ventilation panels, plus a multi-panel construction for maximum performance and comfortable fit. An all-new low profile streamlined taped collar is utilized, complimenting the extended tail and an athletic fit.

Combined, the latest FLY Racing Lite pant ($149.95) features a newly-introduced lightweight four-way stretch fabric with minimalist design, mesh panels on the back of the pre-shaped knee, hips and lower leg, low profile stretch leg cuffs with removable elastic band, leather heat shield panels with DuPont and Kevlar stitching.

FLY Racing has unveiled a front-positioned BOA Fit System that offers on-the-fly micro-adjustability with ease via a dial closure without a zip at all, which enables the Lite pant to tip the scales at less than one pound. It’s also designed with a full-floating seat surrounded by stretch material, plus you can match your Lite gear with the Pro Lite gloves at $29.95.

Kinetic racewear

Kinetic Mesh racewear

The ever-popular Kinetic line has also received a number of updates for 2021, offering a mid-level standard fit that is recognized as the ‘workhorse’ in FLY Racing’s range, while still producing enough performance to win at both the Supercross and Pro Motocross level of the sport.

Priced from $38.95, the jersey has a tagless comfort-stretch collar, relaxed shorty elastic sleeve cuffs, a multi-panel 900D construction, mesh ventilation and extended tail. The pant is from $119.95 and includes a comfort mesh liner, multi-directional stretch rip-stop panels that is new to Kinetic, an internal pocket, laser-cut perforations, as well as leather heat shield panels with DuPont Kevlar stitching.

Soft-flex protective rubber badging creates massive vents for airflow, it has ergonomically pre-shaped knee, full-floating seat surrounded by stretch rip-stop material, zipper lock system and a ratcheting closure, as well as FLY’s unique Adaptive Waist System (AWS) that provides a custom fit and loops the entire way around your body. It’s a true belt system and another step forward.

Again, the FLY Racing Kinetic range is available in an assortment of graphics and colors – the K121 and K221 – including a Rockstar edition and also a bright new special edition upon launch. There’s also the returning Kinetic Mesh racewear, which has superior breathability with a dual-mesh construction and is priced the same as the regular Kinetic gear sets.

Women’s Lite racewear

FLY Racing also caters for female riders with the Women’s Lite jersey ($38.95) and pant ($149.95), which both boast a pro fit and are available in two different colors. This racewear is purpose-built and is packed with premium features, meaning the days of compromising are well and truly over.

There are also the entry-level F-16 jersey and pant lines available for both men and a specific women’s version, available to suit budgets while managing to over-perform on every step along the way. Standard-fitting and highly durable, many riders depend upon the F-16 line for their weekend activities.

A wider assortment of gloves (and there are yet more) include the Lite ($21.95) and Women’s Lite ($21.95) models, alongside the Kinetic K121 ($29.95) and F-16 gloves that are once again available in a male or female variation to suit those gear sets.

FR5 boot

The FLY Racing boots are currently led by the FR5 boot and including fresh color options that are more on trend, which is $249.95 and were worn by Chris Blose on his way to the Australian Supercross Championship in the SX2 category with Penrite Honda Racing last season. These are joined in the range by a Maverick boot at an entry-level price point.

Youth riders are also of high importance in the FLY Racing range, featuring a long list of options as the new generation power ahead. These include a Formula Carbon helmet, Formula CC helmet, Kinetic helmet, Zone goggle, Kinetic K121, Kinetic K221 and Kinetic Mesh racewear alongside the Youth F-16 line and mixture of gloves to match.

For a complete look at the entire 2021 FLY Racing line, including class-leading off-road gear, protection, apparel, luggage, hard parts, casual products and more, visit the brand’s official website at www.flyracing.com or stop in at your chosen FLY Racing dealership to learn more.

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