Triple Crown Industries Signs More Partnerships for 2012 Road Racing Season
NEWS February 23, 2012
Photo by Brian J. Nelson
From a Press Release Courtesy of Triple Crown Industries:
Triple Crown Industries will be contesting the 2012 AMA Pro Road Racing season as the
Kneedraggers.com Triple Crown Industries racing team, after signing a partnership with the renowned web based aftermarket supplier.
“We are very excited” said Dave Brite, team owner of Triple Crown Industries “To have such a great company backing us up this year really shows how far we have come as a team. We have a strong lineup of riders, an amazing crew and now a top flight sponsor to help make this a great season”
“The original sportbike website Kneedraggers.com is really proud of this new partnership” says Pat Dowd of Kneedraggers.com “We have been working with Austin for a few years now and to have the chance to continue with him and the entire Triple Crown team is very exciting. With such a solid line up of riders from Austin, Paulie, Sam and Barney in AMA Pro GoPro Daytona Sportbike to Stefano in Motorcycle-Superstore.com Supersport its going to be a great year.”
The team has also signed major partnerships with Galfer USA who will be supplying the teams braking systems. Yamaha Motors USA who will be supporting the team with parts and technical assistance, and lastly all our team riders will be wearing the new Xpeed XCF3000 Carbon fiber helmets.
Kneedraggers.com Triple Crown Industries would also like to thank the many technical partners who are integral to making this a competitive season for the team and its riders. Graves Motorsports, Factory Pro, Motion Pro, Chronic Motorsports, ACT Racing Apparel, Full Spectrum, Attack Performance, BlackheartMX, Tucker Rocky, and Wilson’s Cycle where the team will be based for 2012.
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GoPro Daytona Sportbike Riders
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#20 Paul Allison
#175 Sam Rozynski
#34 Michael Barnes
Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport Riders
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