Riding through a New Zealand cyclone with a group of friends, we arrived—totally saturated—at an out-of-the-way hotel wondering how in the world our gear would get dry by the next morning. Fortunately, the hotel manager donated an additional room where we spread out our gear and turned the heater up full blast. That was a miracle save, but what can you do if your gloves, jacket, helmet, or boots get wet? With plenty of time, you’d just find a warm, low-humidity space to dry them out. But lacking that, blowing air through them can speed up the process big time. Options range from a foldable hair dryer you can easily pack, and dedicated helmet- and leathers-blower systems for use at the track.