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LeoVince: 2011 Off-Road Sponsorship

Racing Sponsorship

Under its new 2011 Off-Road Sponsorship Program, LeoVince is offering X3 Exhaust Systems and X3 Carbon Fiber to novice and seasoned racers at a discount.

This is Leo Vince USA’s seventh year of offering sponsorship to off road riders in the US.

The program consists of tiered pricing discounts for X3 Titanium Exhaust Systems, X3 Stainless Steel Exhausts, and X3 Stainless Slip-ons.

LeoVince’s new X3 Carbon Fiber components will also be available to sponsored off road athletes with two tiers of pricing. Individual items like chain guides, skid plates, and disc covers will all be available and additionally a deeper discount will be offered to riders for the purchase of complete bike specific kits.

Tim Calhoun (EVP of LeoVince USA) says, "For the last seven years we’ve always paid attention to grass roots racing in the U.S. dominating amateur road racing and growing our off-road and Supercross support efforts in the U.S."

"The 2011 program is considerably stronger in that our riders can now choose titanium systems or stainless steel depending on their needs and budget. We also will introduce a new LeoVince two-stroke silencer and also offer riders our great selling new line of technical carbon fiber components that are available for most 250 and 450 off road bikes, the first of its kind to be offered by an exhaust manufacturer."

Riders interested in submitting an application for sponsorship should logon to for more information and to download the application.

Email to receive the form as well. Visit LeoVince online at or contact them directly at 510-232-4040.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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