This week we had announcements from MultiTool & Baja Rally, Tom Morris becoming the series director, and Indian Motorcycle working with Vet’s.
Tom Morris to become the Director of the 2018 Crandon World Cup
This week it was announced that Tom Morris (a veteran of the Off-Road Industry) will be becoming the Competition director of the Crandon World Cup. Check out their press release below.
CRANDON, Wisconsin (July 25, 2017) – In preparation for its Labor Day weekend Crandon World Cup event, Crandon International Raceway today announced the appointment off-road racing expert Tom Morris as Competition Director.
Scheduled for Sunday, September 3rd, the Crandon World Cup is an independent, non-denominational short-course off-road race open to all PRO-class racers from around the country. Part of the televised Red Bull Signature Series, a collection of the most innovative and progressive events in action sports, the “Super Bowl of Short Course” will be part of a 48th annual Crandon World Championship Off-Road Race weekend that in 2016 attracted 49,600 fans to the 400-acre facility. Read More…
NeverStopRiding Interviews – Rugged Radios
We caught up with Rugged Radios president Greg Cottrell and spoke to him about Rugged’s new Bluetooth interface, Alpha Base Headset, and customer service.
Indian Motorcycle sponsors Veteran Ride to Sturgis 2017
Indian Motorcycle, America’s First Motorcycle Company, has again joined forces with “Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis,” a nine-day journey that provides veterans a chance to use motorcycle therapy as a way to decompress from the challenges of post-war life. Through the “Hero’s Ride of a Lifetime” program, well deserving veteran heroes can be nominated to join the ride from now until May 21. Read More…
Multitool-USA sponsors the Baja Rally
Bajarallymoto.com announced a sponsorship deal with Multitool-USA Racing to support the 2017 edition of BAJA RALLY, North America’s fastest growing off road rally-raid for motorcycles and UTV’s, October 9-14. Read More…
Polaris Announces Second Quarter Results
Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) today reported second quarter 2017 sales of $1,364.9 million, up 21 percent, from $1,130.8 million for the second quarter of 2016. Adjusted sales, which excludes the impact from Victory Motorcycles® net sales for the second quarter of 2017, were $1,358.8 million compared to $1,130.8 million in the prior year period. Read More…