Alpinestars 2020 Collection Roll Out And Ride Day

New designs and colorways for the Supertech, Techstar, and Racer gear.

Alpinestars provided us with a set of Supertech gear at its 2020 Collection Roll Out and Ride Day. This is one of the new colorways of the top-of-the-line gear for 2020—black/orange/red fluo.Jeff Allen

As the days become longer and hotter throughout the summer months, our 2020 testing season is now in full swing. Alpinestars invited members of the media, sponsored riders, and friends out to Milestone MX Park in Riverside, California, to introduce its 2020 collection. After a brief presentation, we suited up in a fresh set of 2020 gear and spent the rest of the day ripping around the vet track—which was privately rented by Alpinestars—and main track alongside some of the Alpinestars' top athletes including Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Jason Anderson, Monster Energy/Yamaha Factory Racing's Justin Barcia, and Monster Energy Honda's Ricky Brabec.

Justin Barcia putting the hammer down at Milestone MX Park.Jeff Allen

For the intro, Alpinestars provided us with a set of its top-of-the-line Supertech motocross gear. For 2020, the Supertech is offered in black/orange/red fluo, bright red/navy/off white, gray/navy/yellow fluo, and orange fluo/white/blue. The Techstar line returns with four styles: Venom, Factory, Factory Metal, and Graphite. Just below the Techstar is the Racer lineup that includes the Tech Compass, Tech Flagship, Braap, Supermatic, Tactical, and Graphite designs. For more information on the Italian brand's 2020 collection, visit its website at

Alpinestars athletes Barcia (left) and Ricky Brabec (right) having some friendly competition on the track.Jeff Allen
2018 AMA Supercross champion Jason Anderson focusing ahead while doing motos on his Husqvarna FC 450 Rockstar Edition.Jeff Allen
Alpinestars athlete Aaron Colton is a master of the streets, and no stranger to the motocross track either.Jeff Allen