Re: Abdominal protection
My tummy isnt protected, But dressing for the crash is the way to go. i bought a leatte stx neck brace recently to go with my chest,back,leg,arm,and forcefield action shorts (i shit you not), protectors. whats the certification of that vest ?
the spidi defender is CE 2 certified
it sounds like you have the same idea as me... well done for being safety conscious!
i was going to go for the neck brace but decided against it, ive got a spidi neck dps vest instead, so i get all the movement and comfort as usual and if anything goes wrong, the airbag sets off, top notch stuff!
the vulnerable areas i am most concerned about now are tummy/abdominal and hips... they say a strike to the hips is often what causes back injuries and not direct hits to the spine because it is twisting of the spine that causes the bad injuries!
350Z 2006 (Azure GT - Remapped, Plenum Spacer, Performance Friction Discs, Ferodo Pads DS2500, Braided Lines, HKS Plugs, HKS Filter, MREV2)
Yamaha R6 2009 imported from usa - (R&G Crash Protection - Upper Bungs,Lower Bungs,Cotton Reels, Bar Ends, Fork Protectors), hot-bodies rear tail, Carbon Rear Hugger, Carbon side tank, Carbon Upper covers, Carbon Front mudguard, HEL braided Lines, PCV, MJS headers & mid pipe, M4 carbon slip on, power commander V, Sprint Steering damper, Puig Double Bubble, running Michelin pilot power 3's.
Yamaha R6 2011 (R&G Crash Protection - Upper Bungs,Lower Bungs,Cotton Reels, Bar Ends, Fork Protectors, Exhaust Slider, Tail Tidy) - STOLEN AS OF 02/12/11 - NOT FORGOTTEN