Leatt Athletes to Race Motofest at the Georgia Dome
We are proud to announce that we will have eight #LeattFamily members participating in Motofest for Round 7 of AMSOIL Arenacross at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.
Motofest is one of the world’s greatest motocross festivals and this year the Monster Energy Supercross and AMSOIL Arenacross will be celebrating 25 years of racing together by competing in the same city, at the same venue, and on the same day.
Taking place on 24-27 February, it is an event that is not to be missed.
Racing the AX Lites East Class is Team Babbit’s Isaac Teasdale who is currently sitting 3rd in points.
Isaac will be fully suited up in Leatt wearing their Carbon 6.5 helmet, 5.5 high performance off-road pants, 5.5 Ultraweld jersey, premium GPX Lite gloves, C-Frame Pro Knee Braces, GPX 6.5 neck brace, and 4.5 chest protector.
Leatt athletes Carson Mumford and Joshua Varize will be racing superminis at the Georgia Dome.
Loretta Lynn’s Mini Sr 1 (12-13) Class Champion, Carson, will be sporting Leatt’s GPX 6.5 neck brace and C-Frame Junior knee braces aboard his Amsoil Factory Connection Honda CRF150R. Team Orange Brigade’s and Loretta Lynn’s 65 (10-11) Limited Class Champ, Joshua Varize, will protected by Leatt’s GPX 6.5 neck brace and Junior Adventure chest protector.
Another few noteworthy mentions to race Round 7 are Zach Dobbs, Jack Chambers, Bailee Garner, Kolton Dean, and Alec Green.
The Leatt C-Frame Pro Carbon Knee Braces offers premium, medically certified knee protection whilst still allowing for natural knee movement and comfort. Although no knee brace can protect one fully from injury, this knee brace offers a higher level of protection than other traditional ‘cage type’ designs.
The low-profile design and shin bone plate equipped with a load distribution pad that fits inside all boots, ensure a comfortable fit. Designed to break during impact, the knee brace’s C-Frame chassis protects the shin and thigh bones.
The brace’s three-point force distribution with super stiff C-arm mono hinge construction, as well as its reduction of forces that limits knee injuries, make it a vital piece of protective equipment.
Read more about Motofest here.