Introducing MDX - You don't crash in one direction, why should your lever bend in one? The new V-1 MDX is not a 'flex' lever. The V-1 uses the new multi-directional or MDX platform. Like no other lever before it, the V-1 MDX moves forward, up and down. Eliminating the need for expensive, complicated perches. MDX, because you don't crash in one direction. Invincible technology - Covered by patent 6,047,611. No other lever has this level of technology in it. No cables to break, just good solid hardware. Available for Clutch and Brake applications. Specifically made to have tight tolerance to fit OEM application model perches. Guaranteed - We will back every V-1 MDX lever with an unprecedented five year warranty. Light - The V-1 MDX lever weighs in at a svelte 123 grams. Color availability may vary by application.
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 GPX Club II neck brace. The Leatt GPX Club II neck brace was designed to prevent these extreme movements of the riders neck in the event of a crash: hyper flexion, hyper extension, lateral hyper flexion, axial loading, and posterior hyper translation. The Leatt GPX Club II 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 grams 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).
July 11, 2012
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2012 Fox 180/HC/Dirtpaw Combo - Rockstar
The HC/180 continues to set the standards for value, style and performance. The HC jersey features moisture wicking polyester fabric and sublimated graphics while the 180 pant features durable 600D polyester fabric, sublimated graphics and leather knee panels. New styles include 4 colors of the new dynamic Undertow allover print, 3 options of the race graphic and the tough in your face Chapter. 180 Pants Sturdy 600D polyester main body material for superior durability. Dynamic stretch characteristics in high-movement areas. Large leather knee panels resist abrasion and heat. All-new TPR logos and bold color blacking for extra style. Constructed in the perfect attack position for ready-to-race performance. HC Jersey Polyester construction supports enhanced airflow and movement. Clean, fade-free graphics resist the elements and wash easily. V-Neck collar and rib knit cuffs ensure an excellent fit. Back panel drop tail stays tucked in during long motos. Race=proven contour moves naturally with the ride. Dirtpaw Graphic Gloves A high performing glove without the high price tag. The freshly-renovated Dirtpaw uses a completely padded knuckle, padded palm and superior flex-point comfort to remain the top choice for the entry-level rider.