News Truth Soul Armor Sponsors JCR Honda Team

Truth Soul Armor Sponsors JCR Honda Team

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JCR Honda Racing

Truth Soul Armor, a spiritually inspired clothing company with deep roots in the action sports world, announces sponsorship of the world renowned JCR/Honda Off-Road racing team for the 2011-2012 racing seasons.

The two companies have a long history together, as TRUTH has been one of Johnny Campbell’s personal sponsors for over a decade.

Johnny Campbell (JCR Owner) says: “I am ecstatic that TRUTH MX has come on board with JCR/Honda for the next two seasons. Their style is awesome and is a natural fit with JCR. We will be working closely with TRUTH MX on co-branded products, such as T-shirts and other apparel.”

Jeff Ray says: “JCR/Honda is one of the most successful Off-Road racing teams of all time and led by the greatest Off-Road racer of all time, who is also a dear friend of TRUTH. This is a natural fit and we are very fortunate to once again be officially associated with JCR/Honda.”

Attached is a JCR Honda Team photo shoot, featuring Truth Soul Armor.

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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