Motorcycle Racing News AMA Sportbike: Josh Herrin Hires Mojotown

AMA Sportbike: Josh Herrin Hires Mojotown

AMA Sportbike News

AMA Daytona Sportbike racer Josh Herrin, #8 Team Graves Yamaha, has hired Mojotown Multi Media Agency to produce his website and future line of gear and accessories.

Michael Aron (Mojotown) says: “I am really pleased to be working with Josh. He’s an exciting rider to watch, and has a lot of heart. His new site, herrin8.com has everything a racing fan is looking for…race info, swag, photos, and a blog where Josh can talk about his experiences and connect with people.”

Josh Herrin says: “I went with Mojotown on the recommendation of some industry friends, plus I’ve seen the Mojotown dude around and I dig their vibe. I was looking for a cool company with a solid track record, and Mojotown kept popping up on my radar.”

After the Peter Lenz tragedy, Josh and Michael joined forces with graphic artist Chris Kruzel to launch the Peter Lenz memorial site which sold Kruzel-designed #45 decals for the Lenz family. The combined effort raised funds to help the family deal with their loss, plus helped cement the working relationship between Josh and Michael.

The Team Graves Sport Yamaha rider is currently in a heated 3-way battle for the 2010 AMA Daytona SportBike Championship with Danny Eslick and Martin Cardenas.

The 2010 season is about to be wrapped up this weekend at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama. The racing has been especially exciting this year, with well-matched bikes, gutsy riding, and a few ill-timed crashes.

Michael Aron says: “Josh has the perfect logo – he’s a bulldog – he does NOT let go. I expect him go far with his career, and I’m happy to be part of that. Everyone at Mojotown wishes him the best of luck this weekend!”

About Mojotown:

Mojotown is best known for website design and motor sports marketing. Owner Michael Aron is an accomplished road racer with vast experience in the sport on many levels. A few of Mojotown’s clients include: Mat Mladin, Fast by Ferracci, Top 1 Oil, Rich Oliver, HMC Ducati, and Suomy to name a few. Early in 2009, Michael expanded the design agency to include the Mojotown Motorcycle Gear Shop, a boutique retail store located in San Rafael, California. The newest venture has enjoyed success as the biggest little gear shop in Marin County, where riders of all ages and abilities can find friendly service and quality gear, parts, and accessories.

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