Spectra Chrome hit this KTM SX-F 450 with their world renowned spray-on chrome system. While this isn’t the first time we have seen it (Mike Cinqmars was famous for his red chromed bikes), it is still eye catching.
Spectra Chrome left no area of the bike un-plated or unpolished.
Brian Deegan was everywhere we looked at the show, thanks to his numerous sponsorships in rally and short-course racing. From Ford to Maxxis, the General is a major part of their marketing campaigns.
Akrapovic is more than just a moto exhaust and trick titanium stand company, as their legacy is deeply rooted in the European auto wold.
There were no bikes to be seen in the Honda area of the show, but they did have this American Le Mans car on display. It appears that the partnership between Honda and Muscle Milk is much more widespread in Honda’s American racing program than just moto.
For those of us who cannot afford a full race truck, Traxxas has a number of signature RC trucks up for purchase. The one shown here was for Ryan Villopoto’s Supercross championship.
With cars and trucks of every possible style, there is something for everyone at Traxxas. RC cars are a good way to kill time at the track, or for those that can no longer ride, a good way to keep the racing urges under control.
In just a few short years, GoPro has risen from niche product to one of the most popular products in the world. Despite this, they still know that racing is a considerable part of their market.
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