BPMX/Home Dept/Yamaha signs with Shot Race Gear

Shot Race Gear From France signs first US Team

BPRMX - Home Depot - Yamaha Team Photo L-R Team Manager Scot Steffy, Rider Scott Champion, Team Mechanic Jose Cordova, Trainer Rick Johnson, Rider Chris Alldredge, Head Mechanic Andrew Bauer, Team Owner Steve Oslund.
BPRMX – Home Depot – Yamaha Team Photo L-R Team Manager Scot Steffy, Rider Scott Champion, Team Mechanic Jose Cordova, Trainer Rick Johnson, Rider Chris Alldredge, Head Mechanic Andrew Bauer, Team Owner Steve Oslund.

 

BPRMX is proud to announce that SHOT Gear will be the Official Gear Company of the BPRMX – Home Depot – Yamaha Team for 2017. Shot gear from France is now being distributed by MTA Distributing here in the U.S.
"We are excited to venture into the premier motorcycle series in the U.S. with the BPRMX – Home Depot – Yamaha team. As a new line of gear here in North America, we are focused on building our brand through Supercross and Motocross. BPRMX gives us a great platform to make our first step into racing. With Chris Alldredge and Scott Champion, the team has huge potential to be a serious contender in 2017. We are looking forward to a great relationship with the entire team and cant wait to get this season started." Said Jason McCune from SHOT Race Gear
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Scot Steffy team manager for BPRMX said. "We couldn't be more excited to be part of the SHOT Race Gear family for 2017. With SHOT being a big part of our program, it allows our riders to look their best with top quality gear that is distinctive and functional each time they throw their leg over the bike. Great Fit, Style and Support!"
Scott Champion
Scott Champion

2017 season has seen a lot of changes to the BPRMX program and with the partnership with SHOT & MTA, look for the BPRMX – Home Depot – Yamaha effort to be a big player in the West Coast title chase.

Chris Alldredge
Chris Alldredge