Atlas Brace Technologies brings safety, innovation, comfort, and design all into one neck brace. The Atlas Brace design features a dual chest and back support, which distributes the force of an impact onto a larger surface area, while at the same time transferring the pressure off of the sternum and spine area. Suspension was also designed into the front chest supports to absorb impact and prevent possible injuries.
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Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA has partnered with Strider Sports International to release a Yamaha branded Strider Bike for toddlers. For the initial introduction, the bike will only be available exclusively at authorized Yamaha dealerships.
The perfect gift for children 18-months through 5-year-olds, the STRIDER helps toddlers safely learn balance and coordination before pedaling, which develops amazing confidence and bike handling skills. The officially licensed Yamaha Strider features authentic Yamaha and GYTR® stickers and a Yamaha #1 number plate.
The Johnny Campbell Racing Team of Kendall Norman, Quinn Cody and Logan Holladay sealed another chapter in Baja racing history this past weekend by securing the overall victory in the 44th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 desert race. Armed with the No. 1x JCR Honda Racing CRF450X, the three riders covered the exceptionally rough and rugged 705-mile course in the fastest time of all 278 starters in the race to give Honda its 22nd overall motorcycle win in the world-famous Baja 1000 race, and also its 15th consecutive victory. It was the sixth overall career Baja 1000 win for Norman and his fifth straight, while Cody picked up his fourth career Baja 1000 overall motorcycle victory and his third straight. For Holladay, a Hollywood stunt rider, it was his first SCORE Baja race win.
Tentative Area Qualifier and Regional Championship Schedules Announced for
2012 Red Bull Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn Ranch
Morgantown, W. Va. (November 21, 2011) - MX Sports, producer of the 2012 Red Bull Amateur National Motocross Championship presented by Amsoil, announces the tentative 2012 Area Qualifier and Regional Championship Schedules. Taking place in 32 states throughout the country, this season's schedule of 50 Area Qualifiers will begin February 18-19 and run through Memorial Day weekend. The 12 Regional Championships will take place in six major geographical regions throughout the United States during the month of June.
November 21, 2011 (Wortham, Texas) - Bell Powersports is proud to announce it's support of the 12th Annual FMF/Honda of Houston AMA Texas Winter Series and the return of the BELL GOLDEN HELMET AWARD.
This award will be going to the top scoring amateur rider in the series. The winner will receive two Bell Moto 9 helmets FREE in addition to a one year contract with Bell Powersports and trackside support at events which Bell Powersports attends. The winner will also receive a one of a kind, custom Tagger Design painted BELL helmet as the trophy.
2011 Tagger Design Bell Golden Helmet Trophy
American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) announced today that the company is proud to provide support for their amateur riders competing on the Suzuki RM-85 and RM-Z models in the 40th annual 2011 Thor Winter National Olympics to be held at Gatorback Cycle Park in Gainesville, FL, the week of November 21-26.
Also known as the “Mini O’s,” the highly anticipated Thanksgiving-week event attracts amateur riders from around the world. ASMC will be paying contingency in all the premier classes at the Mini O’s, and will also have their Amateur Support Truck on hand to provide parts-and-service as- sistance. Details on ASMC’s 2012 Suzuki Contingency Program will be announced and available soon on www.suzukicycles.com.
Five outstanding motorcyclists took their place in history Friday, Nov. 18, at the 2011 AMA Visa Card from Capital One Motorcycle Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, presented by KTM, held here at the Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa.
Hosted by actor and motorcyclist Perry King, the event kicked off the AMA Visa Card Legends & Champions Weekend. It honored the Hall of Fame Class of 2011: magazine editor Phil Schilling, motocross promoter Stu Peters, industry leader Fred Fox, motorcycling pioneer Norbert Schickel and roadracing champion Doug Polen.
In addition to the class of 2011, the induction ceremony recognized the outstanding careers of two existing Hall of Fame Legends: world champion racing icons Roger DeCoster and Kenny Roberts.
Jeff Heininger, chairman of the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation, which raises money to support the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, welcomed a sold-out crowd to the induction ceremony and voiced appreciation for their support.
"The vision of the Hall of Fame induction ceremony is only possible with partnership," Heininger said. "You need only to look around this room tonight and see the realization of this vision. I'm honored to be a part of this effort."
FMF/KTM's Kailub Russell posted his first career overall win at the ITP Powerline Park GNCC, round 12 of the Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series, but not without a fight from the rest of the talented field of pro racers. Powerline Park in St. Clairsville, Ohio is home to some of the most grueling obstacles on the 13-round circuit, specifically the "Powerline Mudhole" that served as the deciding factor of an intense battle between AmPro Yamaha's Thad DuVall, New Zealand bad boy Paul Whibley and Australian superstar Josh Strang. Relive all the action and find out who made the podium this Sunday on VERSUS, airing at 5:30 p.m. EST.
Stay up-to-date with RacerTV's coverage of the 2011 GNCC Series on VERSUS, airing all the way through winter. Click HERE to see a complete list of viewing times.
The short off-season period is hardly a slow time of year as the Honda Red Riders gear up in preparation for the 2012 AMA Supercross series, an FIM world Championship, which is set to launch on January 7 in Anaheim, California. With all the team rosters filling out, here’s a preview of things to come.
- Team Honda Muscle Milk
The American Honda team will roll into 2012 with our new sponsor Muscle Milk, featuring riders Trey Canard and Justin Brayton aboard the 2012 Honda CRF450R. In addition, the team enjoys the support of GEICO, Pro-Honda Oils, Dunlop, Troy Lee Designs, Yoshimura, Renthal, DID, Twin Air, Moto Tassinari, Hinson, Throttle Jockey and VP Fuel.
Alongside Team Honda Muscle Milk, American Honda again welcomes Ashley Fiolek into the factory semi. Fiolek won the 2011 Women’s Motocross Championship—her third title—and will again take on all comers in 2012.
In addition to the factory Honda team, several other teams and riders will compete aboard Honda CRF250Rs and CRF450Rs.