Neck braces have become one of the most controversial topics in the sport. As far as opinions of their effectiveness, there are two clearly defined sides of the fence. What you won’t find, though, is anyone who doesn’t want additional safety and protection for kids on motorcycles. But what’s the best solution?
Atlas, which, by the way, makes the full-sized brace worn by Ryan Villopoto, has a new product specifically for kids. It’s called the Broll and it combines elements of a neck brace and neck roll. Because kids keep going faster and jumping higher, Atlas wanted to build a product that can help keep them protected, specifically designed for the lower level impact forces they encounter, along with ease of use across various sports like motocross, downhill mountain biking, bmx, etc.
The Broll is crafted out of Atlas’ flexible and unbreakable High Impact Polypropylene, along with new lightweight and super tough injection molded padding. Features include 8mm of chest size adjustment, dual back supports that sit around—not on—the spine and fold for storage. They can accept custom graphics too.
Cost is $99.99. Go to AtlasBrace.com to learn more.