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Mountain Bike Neck Braces

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Neck Braces for Mountain Bike Riders looking for advanced neck protection

If you're a downhill mountain biker, injuries to the neck and spinal cord are serious business. If you're doing any sort of aggressive downhill racing, consider the added protection of a Leatt neck brace. Read more about mountain bike neck braces below...

MTB Neck Braces for the more serious racers

Neck braces are a relatively recent addition to downhill racing protective gear, but cross over from the motocross world where neck braces have been embraced for many years. Some riders feel they don't need it. Whether neck protection is right for you depends on the type of riding you're doing, where you're riding, and how you ride. A bicycle neck brace restricts any extreme movement of your neck during a crash. In other words, it prevents your head from tilting too far forward, backward, or to the side, all of which can damage the spinal cord. A spinal cord injury can, at best, keep you off the bike for six to eight weeks or, at worst, put you in a wheelchair. Why take the risk of serious injury? The neck braces you see here are the best available and they are in-stock, ready to ship. Do it and be done with it.

Wonder how your neck brace will fit with your bicycle body armor?

We've tested the interaction between different pieces of protective gear. Check out our article on bicycle neck brace and armor compatibility to see how a Leatt neck brace works with different models of body armor.

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No matter your choice of neck brace for mountain biking, we stand behind every product we sell and will work together with you to get you the right protection. We offer a great selection—in stock—from brands you trust, and with no hassle returns. Complete your outfit with other MTB protective gear, like a bike helmet, elbow pads, body armor, knee pads, and gloves. Whether you’re an experienced downhill rider or about to hit the trail for the first time, we're here to help.