5 Mandatory Equipment for Racer

Motorcycle racing is an event that is not playful because life can be the stakes. Therefore, motorbike protective clothing from head to toe is the main obligation that every motorcycle racer should prepare. What equipment is required by the motorcycle racer? Here are five things a motorcycle racer should have.

1.     The helmet

This is the most important piece of equipment. This is because the function is to protect the head of the motorcycle racer. As if the motorcycle racer, the ordinary person riding the motorcycle should wear a helmet, right?

The helmet used by racers can not be reckless. Choose a helmet with a basic material that is resistant to impacts, such as carbon fiber, fiberglass, Kevlar and polyurethane. Don’t forget to pay attention to comfort issues and visibility. Helmets that have a good ventilation system are also important because it affects the comfort of breathing the racer. Usually, the MotoGP racer prepares four helmets while competing, with one special helmet used for rain. The helmet can prevent any fog that can obstruct the racer’s vision.


2.     Racing clothes

The next thing to notice is the racing suit. The clothes used during motor races must cover all parts of the body that are resistant to water and fire. The racing suit is also designed for friction resistance which aims to protect the racer’s body when dropped.

In addition to the material that must be flexible and resistant, racing clothes must also have a protective section of the back and chest made of carbon fiber, Kevlar, and titanium. It aims to provide more security to the racer when it falls while competing. Don’t forget to use this shirt when you race!

3.     Decker

When you watch a motorcycle race, it’s a familiar thing there’s a racer that fell. Therefore, …

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