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It’s all too easy for the right line through a tight corner to take an unexpected turn. For this reason, youth motocross knee braces are an important part of every kid’s riding kit. The design, durability and safety enhancements offered by these knee braces can spare young riders from a season-ending injury. That’s a huge bonus when the child in your life is showing signs of progress and confidence. Don’t let an easily avoided knee injury derail them — have ‘em put on youth MX knee braces for every ride and they’ll show the rest of the pack who’s in charge.
The question of if you should wear knee braces for motocross is a resounding "yes." However, there’s a big difference between guards and braces. While both are important for dirt riding, and we do encourage you to read up on both products here, braces are the next step up. By stabilizing the knee and leg, a youth knee brace worn during motocross can help prevent hyperextension as well as torsional and lateral injuries. Through a combination of stiff hinges, lock outs and straps, Cycle Gear’s selection of youth knee braces will help prevent a twist in the wrong direction during a motocross race. The time it takes for a knee injury to heal versus the cost of investing in these braces make them a no-brainer for your child.
Dirt riding, whether it’s on the MX track or through the woods along a trail, has its risks and rewards. Taking your son or daughter out for a weekend ride is a rewarding experience for all involved. It’s why we support the regular use of youth braces to help avoid the risk. These products can deflect debilitating damage so you’ll both get to saddle up for next weekend’s adventure. If you’re a grand parent or family member who is gift shopping, reach out to Cycle Gear’s customer service department for more insight into which type of safety gear is most appropriate.
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