Speedmaster 2.0 Back Protector

Speedmaster 2.0 Back Protector


C.E. Level 2 Back Protection

To achieve maximum protection without sacrificing mobility, the Speedmaster 2.0 replaces rigid plastic with a combination of 3D sculpted and articulated high density foam armor, impact and shock absorbing ventilated foam backing, slim sculpture design and ample adjustability; making this one of the most comfortable and non-restrictive back protectors available today.


  • C.E. LEVEL 2 APPROVED (EN1621-2)
  • 3D molded, articulated, high density, foam armor (no rigid plastic) for unrestricted movement without sacrificing protection
  • Impact and shock absorbing, high density foam backing
  • Fully adjustable shoulder straps with 2 pivot points for added mobility
  • Double, ultra-wide adjustable waist straps for a secure fit
  • Lightweight and breathable ventilated honeycomb design for added heat and humidity dissipation
  • Slim design resulting in an extremely mobile, non-restrictive fit

MSRP Starting @ $74.99

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2 Types of Riders

I've always heard that there are two types of riders: those who have gone down, and those who WILL go down. I became one of the latter the first sunny day of the season. I was out test riding a friend's Italian Death Missile when the vehicle in front of us stopped short on the highway. My instincts kicked in and I hit the brakes as if I was on a bike with twice the weight and half the braking power (as I normally am). The front wheel locked. After an unsuccessful attempt to regain control, I dumped the bike and became intimately connected with the pavement. It is a surreal experience sliding down the road on your back as your Ducati runs away and hits the concrete median.
The EMTs on the scene couldn't believe I made it out as unscathed as I did. My Blaster Jacket and C.E. Back Pad took the brunt of the impact. My ER nurse said the gear is the only reason I'm alive today. My injuries consisted of a fractured hand and mild road rash on my knees. Had I listened to that little voice and put on my Rocket pants that morning, my knees would have been saved. It just goes to show that even a very experienced rider can make a newbie mistake after a split second of inattention. More importantly, there is no substitute for good gear. I'm healing up and will be riding soon with a new batch of Joe Rocket gear.

Ben, WA