Corona, CA (April 24, 2012) – Pro Taper would like to congratulate Star Valli Rockstar Yamaha’s Ryan Sipes on returning to the top step of the podium. It had been since last year’s East Coast Lites series, but the likeable Kentucky kid rode 15 solid laps to beat out a stacked field of competitors in Seattle. Expect Ryan to build on this momentum and continue to put his Pro Taper equipped Yamaha out front at the remaining Supercrosses, as well as this summer’s Motocross championship.
Geico Honda’s Eli Tomac had an eventful night, but still managed to finish ahead of championship rivals and take back the West Coast Lites series lead. Eli currently sits four points ahead with two rounds left. Do not expect Tomac to ease up until the final checkered flag falls in Las Vegas.
The West Coast Lites series continues this Saturday April 28th in Salt Lake City, UT. Be sure to tune in to Pro Taper’s social media sites for updates throughout the day.
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Founded in 1991, Pro Taper revolutionized the motorcycle industry with the introduction of the 1 1/8″ Taperwall handlebar. Since it’s inception Pro Taper has set the standard in which all other motorcycle handlebars are measured against.
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