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Join the Leatt Family: Amateur Racer Support Program 2021

Leatt invites you to become part of their family next year by signing up to their Amateur Racer Support Program.

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – The inventors of the Leatt-Brace® have been dedicated to creating a full range of technologically advanced protective gear. Now they are calling all amateur motocross racers from the United States to apply to their 2021 Amateur Racer Support Program. Whether male or female, all amateur racers from the age of five and older are welcome.

PhotoDifferent people ride for different reasons. Yet there is a common denominator that binds everyone who puts their body on the line for the sheer enjoyment of experiencing life at a rush. This is what Leatt offers as a brand - they stand for the promise of things to come and equip their athletes with the confidence and the knowledge that they’re as safe as they could possibly be at that very instant that they decide to throw all caution to the wind and commit.

 

Leatt® enables you to push yourself harder, faster, further - and to come back safely every time, which is why they invite any young, talented and passionate riders to join their family, just like other Leatt® family members, Aaron Chase, Syzmon Godziek, Clemens Klaudela, Tomas Lemoine, Martha Gill, Amy Morrison and Reece Wallace. 

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If you are interested, please apply at www.hookit.com/brands/leatt/

About Leatt

Leatt® develops personal protective equipment and ancillary products for all forms of sports, especially action sports. The Leatt-Brace® is an award-winning neck brace system considered the gold standard for neck protection for anyone wearing a crash helmet as a form of protection. It was designed for participants in action sports or riding motorcycles, bicycles, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles and other vehicles.

 

For more information, visit www.leatt.com.

 

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