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RACE RECAP: MXGP Sardinia

RACE RECAP: MXGP Sardinia

WHO: OGIO
WHAT:  MONSTER ENERGY KAWASAKI MXGP PRESS RELEASE
WHERE: Sardinia
GEAR: Rig 9800
Check out below on what team KRT MXGP had to say on the first race back of the season!
Words from Team KRT MXGP
"The Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team was back in race action this weekend on Sardinia with both Clément Desalle and Romain Febvre easing back into racing mode.

Five weeks prior to the opening round of the FIM MXGP World Championship several major teams were present at the race, the first opportunity of the season to ride under racing conditions; it was the first time that this race has been part of KRT’s winter preparation and proved a useful shakedown. Clément Desalle enjoyed a strong ride up the leaderboard to fourth in the MX1 race, setting similar lap times to the leader on the rough sandy track of Riola Sardo; Romain Febvre was content to enjoy track time as he felt the inevitable effects of arm-pump following the long winter break from racing.
January 28, 2020 by OGIO Powersports
RACE RECAP: ANAHEIM 2 SUPERCROSS

RACE RECAP: ANAHEIM 2 SUPERCROSS

WHO: OGIO
WHAT:  ROUND 3 of the 2020 Supercross Season!
WHERE: Anaheim, California
GEAR: Rig 9800

250 West

There were certainly fireworks blazing this past weekend at Angel Stadium of Anaheim! While some came out on top, nobody left without some serious bumps and bruises. Let’s just get this out of the way, the 250 SX Main event was intense, exciting, and full of huge surprises. Jett Lawrence is for real and while his speed wasn’t a huge surprise, controlling the lead till the final lap, absolutely was. 

January 22, 2020 by OGIO Powersports
RACE RECAP: ANAHEIM 1, SUPERCROSS

RACE RECAP: ANAHEIM 1, SUPERCROSS

WHO: OGIO
WHAT:  ROUND 1 of the 2020 Supercross Season!
WHERE: Anaheim, California
GEAR: Rig 9800
The 2020 AMA Supercross World Championship kicked off this weekend in Anaheim, CA. This historic Supercross race freezes the 2 wheeled racing world, enticing race fans around the globe to tune in and find out who will etch their name in the record books alongside the best to ever race American supercross. This year had a pair of Yamaha's upfront in both the premier and regional championships. We’re proud to say OGIO swept the 250 class with Justin Cooper earning his career first-time Supercross win taking the victory over his STAR Racing teammate Dylan Ferrandis followed by Geico Honda’s Christian Craig rounding out the podium in 3rd (after Forkner penalty docking him 2 positions to finish 5th).
January 07, 2020 by OGIO Powersports