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Motocross Exhaust Systems
Pro Circuit continues to improve upon their championship-winning products and is excited to provide a special sneak peak of the all-new Ti-5 titanium exhaust system. Designed for optimum performance, riders will enjoy increased horsepower while still meeting both AMA and FIM sound requirements.
A staple in the racing community, Pro Circuit is expanding an already reputable line of exhaust systems with the addition of multiple KTM applications.
Now, the owners of KTM 250, 350 and 450 SX-F motorcycles will be able to enjoy all of the industry-leading style and performance gains found in every Pro Circuit exhaust system sold.
AMA National Hare & Hound
The AMA National Hare & Hound series returned to Lucerne Valley, California for round number 6. The Vikings MC tested the racers on 80 miles of fast, rocky terrain.
Kendall Norman’s race started off with a slow start on the JCR Honda, having a multiple kick start, leaving him to play catch-up right off the start.
Motorcycle How To Video
Many motorcyclists are do-it-yourselfers, completing easy tasks such as oil changes, new spark plugs or a set of grips.
And for most performance hungry off-road motorcyclists, an aftermarket exhaust is usually one of the first major bolt-on parts. This is a relatively easy task, and there are many YouTube videos out there for installation tips.
Motorcycle Pit Chair
Pro Circuit, the company that brought you Ricky Carmichael, Ryan Villopoto, and Jeremy McGrath, and currently brings you Dean Wilson, Broc Tickle, Tyla Rattray, Blake Baggett, and Josh Hansen, now has a Pro Circuit Racing Pit Chair for you to relax in between motos of your own.
Motorcycle Industry News
Pro Circuit Racing Inc,, a leader in aftermarket motorcycle parts and accessories, has enlisted the services of Next Level Sports Management in an effort to increase the company’s marketing and public relations presence within the industry.
Kawasaki’s Lites class motocross weapon, the KX250F, is a stellar example of just how far racing technology has evolved. The production machine is extremely light with an explosive four-stroke engine and superlative handling. Kawasaki’s Trade/Enthusiast Media Supervisor Russ Brenan saw the potential of adapting the track-specific machine to handle single-track trails and off-road riding, resulting in this impressive in-house project.