The Leatt Corporation is excited to announce that it will provide the Leatt Brace to all the participants of the KTM Junior Supercross in Las Vegas, Nevada, this Saturday night at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Geoff Patterson of Leatt Corporation explains, “As we come to the end of a historical Supercross season with many top pros wearing the brace, we asked KTM if we could bring this revolutionary safety product to the KJSC level of Supercross racing. We will be providing each rider with a brace for them to take home after the race. Each brace will have the riders name and number custom imprinted on it so the rider can further experience what it is like to be a professional Supercross racer for the day.”
Since its introduction into the United States in 2006, the Moto GPX has changed the way motorcycle riders look at protection. After David Bailey's “Stand for Something” video, safety became the number one thing on the motorcycle communities minds. Never before has this industry seen such an acceptance of a product like the Leatt Brace Moto GPX. Dr. Chris Leatt, and his team, created a product that has already saved the lives of many, many riders.
The KTM Junior Supercross Challenge is in its 11th year as a popular Supercross intermission exhibition. Not an official competitive race, the KJSC is dedicated to the excitement and representation of the sport of motorcycle riding as a family activity. KJSC riders are selected among qualified rider entries submitted through KTM North America’s dealer network. Families are central in the support and presentation of KJSC riders throughout a Supercross weekend.