Renthal 7/8" handlebars re-wrote history when they became the first aftermarket aluminum handlebar to be fitted as O.E.M. on a Japanese motocross motorcycle. All Honda CR/CRF and Kawasaki KX/KXF models (except minis) are fitted with a Renthal 7/8" handlebar as original equipment. The exclusive aluminum alloy and the advanced manufacturing processes Renthal uses result in a handlebar which is more than capable of withstanding the extreme rigors of motocross and supercross riding and racing. The following features are integral to the Renthal 7/8" handlebars: 7/8" (22 mm) external diameter to fit most standard-sized clamps and controls. 7010 T6 aluminum - which Renthal has exclusive rights to - is a specially developed alloy for the manufacture of handlebars. High impact strength, lightweight and excellent vibration dampening. Shot peened surface finish to help prevent fatigue failure. Knurling - grip end only - increases bonding between bar and grip. No knurling in clamp area, this could cause stress on the riser and lead to fatigue failure. Anodizing - a 15 step anodizing process forms an integral coating giving protection against corrosion. Renthals copyrighted, bonded lightweight single bolt clamping system for the cross-brace* greatly increases strength whilst still allowing flex. Laser-etched positioning grid. The highest quality - 35 individual steps / processes required in the production of each bar and 58 separate quality checks made. A specially developed injection-molded crossbar pad is included with every handlebar. * Note: The cross-brace is fitted to all Renthal 7/8" MX handlebars and the streetfighter handlebars. Renthal. We build championships.
Every few years a product hits the shelf that turns the off-road industry on its head. Leatt has done just that with their revolutionary Leatt Moto GPX Club neck brace. The Leatt Moto GPX Club neck brace was designed to prevent these extreme movements of the rider's neck in the event of a crash: hyper flexion, hyper extension, lateral hyper flexion, axial loading, and posterior hyper translation. The Leatt Moto GPX Club neck brace was designed to re-direct the helmet in the event of a crash so that the brace absorbs and re-directs that energy in a safe manner instead of the neck taking the majority of the impact which could result in a serious injury. Designed by medical professionals with the motorcycle enthusiast in mind. The glass-reinforced nylon fiber and Kevlar body was shaped in a way as to not effect the riders mobility or visibility. With the use of glass-reinforced nylon fiber and Kevlar Leatt was able to create a brace strong enough to absorb significant impacts and stay light at 850 gram so that the rider did not experience fatigue while using the brace on their motorcycle or ATV. Sizing Guideline: Small: 4-16 years old (thin build) Medium: 16 years + (average to bigger build)
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