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News, releases, events, and updates from the off-road industry.

AMSOIL GNCC Racing WXC Highlights

The 2017 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) series, presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, came to a close this past weekend, October 28 and 29, in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Despite the chilly temperatures, the AMSOIL Ironman GNCC boasted the largest rider turnout of the season with 2,398 total riders, 96 of which were female.The ATV WXC championship was still up for grabs between Yamaha's Traci Pickens and Pirate MX/Axis/Texiera Tech's Angel Knox with only one point separating the pair as they lined up on Saturday morning. With two former champs going head-to-head all eyes were on the second row as the green flag waved. Pickens was the first to the holeshot line, with Knox and Ye Olde Cycle Barn's Alicia McCormick in tow.

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Coastal Racing ATV and UTV Team Report

Ironman GNCC
The Coastal Racing/Answer/Maxxis/Waynesburg Yamaha ATV and UTV Team wrapped up the 2017 Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series over the weekend with the iconic Ironman GNCC finale in Crawfordsville, Indiana. It was a positive ending to a successful season as the team captured a total of three top-five finishes in four classes - highlighted by a College A (16-21) National Championship from Drew Landers and a National No. 2 plate for XC1 Pro ATV rider Brycen Neal. XC1 Pro ATVNeal got off to a rough start as he broke his steering stabilizer arm on the opening lap, causing him to begin the race in the 7th place position. Despite the issue, Neal was able to calculate his moves and climb into a top five position by lap three. From there, Neal held strong to finish 5th overall for the day - giving him a solid 2nd place position in the Overall National Championship standings. "We wrapped up the final round this past weekend with a 5th place finish," Neal said. "I broke my steering stabilizer arm on the first lap and that's super sketchy to race with but we were able to bring home the number 2 plate for the year and couldn't be happier with some of the bumps in the road we've faced this year."

WPS Becomes Exclusive Distributor of Scorpion Sports in the USA

Santa Fe Springs, CA - Scorpion Sports, Inc. is proud to announce a new business partnership with Western Power Sports (WPS) that will move all sales and distribution of new and current Scorpion Products to WPS as of October 16, 2017.

New Moose MUD Polaris shop tool kit

Moose is now offering a shop tool kit to use on your Polaris UTV just like the OEM kits at a more affordable price. So if you feel you can take on a shop project and you want the same quality kit to perform the job! Get the Moose Polaris kit to do the job.

AMSOIL Heading to SEMA with Thirteen New Products

AMSOIL has launched 13 new products since SEMA 2016 that cover a broad range of applications including automotive, diesel, motorcycle and more. The following will be on display in the SEMA New Product Showcase and in the AMSOIL Booth #24859 located in Central Hall.

New Channellock Cutting Plier

8" High Leverage Center Cutting Plier
Channellock, Inc. will introduce the new E458 8” High Leverage Center Cutting Plier to automotive professionals and DIYers at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, October 31 – November 3 at Exhibit Booth #10233 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Design Engineering Incorporated at 2017 SEMA Show

DEIs New Gold Series Product Line
If you have not made plans to stop by the DEI booth at SEMA to learn about DEI's new GOLD series product line, we hope you will definitely put DEI on your to do list.

Johan Eriksson’s Latest Creation To Be Unveiled At SEMA

The unveiling of the Dodge Charger RTR
What: The unveiling of the Dodge Charger RTR – the latest creation from famed Swedish customizer Johan Eriksson. Where:  The CTEK booth...

Hardesty Leads Alumi Craft Racers To LOORRS Championship Sweep

LOORRS Championship: Hardesty and Alumni Craft Racers
Darren “HotSauce” Hardesty Jr. took his second straight Pro Buggy championship in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. His flag to flag win in the final round of racing at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, AZ put an exclamation point on the battle for the championship. Eliott Watson finished second, and Sterling Cling was third. The points championship podium was an all Alumi Craft affair. In fact, Alumi Craft racers took an amazing 31 out of 39 possible podium positions this season. Seven times Alumi Craft racers swept the podium; racing on a diverse assortment of tracks. Alumi Craft racers achieved incredible speed and consistency all year. 


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