Pro Circuit press release: At Pro Circuit, we’re committed to providing our customers the best two-stroke exhaust products. For over 35 years, we’ve built championship winning two-stroke pipes and silencers for all kinds of makes and models. Our latest release includes $249.95 Works and $249.95 Platinum pipes.
Plus the $329.95 Ti-2 kevlar silencer, $134.95 R-304 silencer, $134.95 304 silencer and $159.95 Type 296 spark arrestor silencer for the 2017 KTM/Husqvarna 250 and 300 models that offer significant performance and horsepower gains across the entire RPM range. Bolt on a championship winning Pro Circuit pipe and silencer and be ready to smoke your competition. For more info go to www.procircuit.com.
Glen Helen press release: Following immediately on the heels of former MXGP racer Josh Coppins, Daryl Hurley, Daryll King, Kurt Nicoll and Javier Garcia Vico signing up for the World Vet Motoctoss Championship, World and AMA National Champion Greg Albertyn will be joining in the fun on Nov. 5-6. For more info go t0 www.glenhelen.com.
RedLabel press release: RedLabel Custom Graphics is proud to release a New Factory Husqvarna Line of Custom Graphics. REDLABEL has 8 Color Options to start with and then you can customize your kit from there, for free. Free custom work for every order at www.redlabel.mx. Full Custom Bike Bike Kits are $189 which includes Free custom work, free hub stickers and free mini plates with every order. Use coupon code “Red Label 10-Off” to get a 10% discount on your first RedLabelCustom Graphics Kit.
For more info go to www.champfactory.com
Malcolm Smith press release: What’s in your tool box? A claw hammer, dried-out JB Weld and an old ratchet with half the sockets missing isn’t going to cut it when you finally get around to that routine maintenance you put off all summer long! While the legendary Malcolm Smith might have been able to beat Baja and stay on gold medal pace at Six Days with nothing more than bailing wire, duct tape and a plug wrench, the rest of us need some real tools to get the job done. Enter Malcolm Smith Racing Hard Parts T-Handles.
“While T-Handles may not be the greatest invention since sliced bread, try working on a bike without them,” says Malcolm Smith Racing Hard Parts brand manager Jason Gearld. “T-handles definitely belong in your tool box!” Durable chrome vanadium construction and a full range of metric sockets make this tool set a must for any dirt biker, he adds. “The mass of a T-Handle creates a flywheel effect to more efficiently spin the wrench, while the handle itself offers added leverage to break loose stubborn nuts and bolts,” says Gearld. “Deep six-point sockets in the most common sizes should make it possible to make just about any repair short of splitting the cases.”
Features for the MSR Hard Parts T-Handles include: Chrome vanadium tool steel construction for corrosion resistance and durability. Includes 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 17mm socket sizes, as well as #3 Phillips. Comes with heavy duty vinyl carrying case. MSRP $46.95.Click here for more details go to www msracing.com.
Dubya USA press release: Dubya USA is pleased to announce the expansion of their Vintage wheel building/restoring and custom spoke manufacturing services. Dubya USA has a wide variety of rim and spoke options and has the capability to cut and thread butted or straight spokes to fit any wheel. Hubs can be powder coated, painted, Cerakoted or simply sand blasted. Call Dubya USA for pricing and options at (714) 279-0200.
BPRMX Home Depot Yamaha press release: BPRMX Home Depot Yamaha press releaseis proud to announce Chris Alldredge has joined the team for the 2017 season. Alldredge had this to say, “I’m super excited to be getting back on Yamaha’s with the Barn Bros Racing Team this coming Supercross season. After riding the Yamaha motorcycle for most of my amateur career, it’s nice to be back on the bike that I had so much success on. And I can’t thank the Barn Bros team enough for giving me another opportunity to show the Supercross world what me, and the team, are capable of doing.” For more information, visit www.bprmx.com.
ProTaper press release: From kids on KTM 50s to Senior Class racers in their 50s, now is the time to get the holeshot on your 2017 racing season. ProTaper is proud to announce the opening of our 2017 Sponsorship season! Now is your chance to become a member of ProTaper’s racer support program. “Our products are race proven and champion-approved,” says Brand Manager Paul Perebijnos. “From the Micro Handlebars run on the KTM Junior Supercross minis to the Fuzion and EVO bars used by professionals like Jason Anderson and Jeremy Martin, ProTaper has your bar needs handled.” But ProTaper has plenty more to offer when it comes time to upgrade your riding experience, including grips, sprockets, chains and brake pads. And did we mention colors?
“ProTaper is proud to sponsor top athletes around the globe in Supercross, MXGP, EnduroCross and the Off-Road arena. Top pros including Jason Anderson, Jeremy Martin, Colton Haaker and Max Nagl all pick ProTaper.” ProTaper not only sponsors professional athletes but racers of all levels from grassroots local level amateurs to national and world champions. “We encourage all racers who want to give ProTaper a positive representation both on and off the track to submit a request for sponsorship.” The gate drops on ProTaper Racing’s 2017 Sponsorship Program now through the end of November. To be considered for the 2017 ProTaper sponsorship program, please choose from ONE of the following methods to apply:
· Submit a digital application through MxSponsor at: http://mxsponsor.com/companies/pro-taper
· E-mail your complete resume with your contact information, including your results for the past two seasons, career highlights, and your upcoming race calendar to: RacerSupport@ProTaper.com
· Mail your complete resume with results for the past two seasons, career highlights, and your upcoming race calendar to:
ProTaper Rider Support
1621 Alton Pkwy Ste. 100
Irvine, CA 92606
Honda press release: The Ride for Kids and Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation will be making its annual appearance for the 2016 Los Angeles Ride for Kids charity event on October 29th. American Honda Motor Company will commemorate its 25-year anniversary by serving as the presenting sponsor and teaming up with Ride for Kids to host the event at its Torrance headquarters. Local communities are highly encouraged to work together by coming out to support the event and help eliminate the challenges of childhood brain tumors. Ride for Kids is the longest-running, most successful motorcycle charity event in the nation. Since 1984, motorcyclists have raised funds to help children with brain tumors, which are the top cause of cancer death in children.
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation was created in 1991 by the founder of Ride for Kids, and is now the leading nonprofit funding research into childhood brain tumors. The events also fund free educational resources, college scholarships for brain tumor survivors and emergency financial aid for families. More than $125,000 was raised during the 2015 Los Angeles Ride for Kids event, consisting of a massive turnout that witnessed the gathering of nearly 700 supporters. For 2016, donations have already exceeded $90,000 and the overall goal is to continue the events growth by raising $145,000.
The 40-mile motorcycle ride will begin at the Honda headquarters in Torrance before makings its way towards “Crafted” at the Port of Los Angeles. All participants who are looking to join the ride aboard their motorcycles should come equipped with the necessary safety gear that is required by state law. The event will provide plenty of fun-filled activities for families throughout the day, including a costume contest, entertainment, giveaway of a new motorcycle and other prizes. For more information on how you can get registered or make a donation to the Ride for Kids event visit www.curethekids.org.
WHAT: 2016 Los Angeles Ride for Kids
WHEN: Saturday, October 29
REGISTRATION: 8 a.m./Ride Begins – 10 a.m.
WHERE: American Honda Motor Company, Inc.
1919 Torrance Blvd.
Torrance, Ca. 90501
For more info contact Jon Ortner at (805) 895-5390 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org