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Cobra Mini Quads Clean House @ This Summer's 11-Round National ATVA Motocross Series
ATVA Series champs on Cobra mini quads include: Cody Tittle (90cc), Brett
Musick (70cc), Alex Szymborski (70cc), Alex Hammond (50cc) and Nolan Cochran (50cc)

HILLSDALE, Mich., (Sept. 18, 2007) - American-made Cobra mini quads wrapped up the major summer national Moose Racing ATVA Motocross Series, presented by Parts Unlimited, by capturing five overall titles in the junior quad classes - recording more 1st place and podium finishes than all the other brands combined!

"Our little guys really stepped up and raced great this summer on the Cobra ECX line of mini quads," said Sean Hilbert, President of Cobra. "This is only our second year of full production with the Cobra quad line so we're not only ecstatic regarding continuing the heritage of the Cobra mini cycle's success with our quads , but also with the reliability of these little competition quads. All reports point to an even more successful year to come in 2008."

Leading the way for Cobra on the ATVA tour this summer was Cody Tittle. The Florence, Ala., native won the overall 90cc Production Senior class, taking six 1st, two 2nd and one 3rd place podium finishes in each of the nine rounds he raced. "I feel that for the 2008 season I'll be able to win a lot of Nationals with this Cobra, it has a very fast motor," he said. But to do so in '08 Cody will have to contend with his younger brother, Cole Tittle, who finished 3rd overall in the 90cc Production Junior class. Noteworthy: Cobra's Chase Horton finished 2nd overall in the 90cc Production Junior class.

In the ATVA 70cc Shifter class West Virginia's Brett Musick took the overall title, winning six of the 11 races he entered on his #209 Cobra ECX70. Tying for 2nd overall in the class was Cobra's Cole Tittle and Horton, each with 193 points. Fourth overall was Michigan's Alex Szymborski who, along with Musick, Tittle and Horton had a class win. Rounding out the top five in the 70cc Shifter class was Cole Sepsi (Milan, Mich.).

Szymborski then stepped up in the 70cc Production class and was nearly perfect, winning nine of 11 races and placing 2nd in the two he didn't win. Connecticut's Zach Gyola was 2nd overall (one win) and Indiana's Troy Smoot was 3rd overall. Rounding out the top five in the 70cc Production class were Bradley Rose (Ripley, Tenn., one win) and Adam Szymborski in 4th and 5th, respectively.

In the 50cc Production Auto class Cobra mini quads again swept the top five overall spots. Winning the overall title was Florida's Alex Hammond. Hammond won six of the eight rounds he entered, finishing 2nd in the two he didn't win. Second place overall was Sepsi, who won two rounds; 3rd overall was Tyler Peters (Chippewa Lake, Ohio, one win); 4th Adam Szymborski and 5th Nolan Cochran (Gastonia, N.C., one win).

Finally, in the 50cc Stock class, Cochran took the overall win with five 1st place finishes and seven 2nd place finishes!

Next up for Cobra mini quads will be a report on the overall Grand National Cross Country Series, aka the "GNCCs." Four rounds, beginning this weekend in Unadilla, N.Y., remain on the series schedule which wraps up Nov. 23 in Cranberry, Pa., with the GNCC ATV Awards Banquet.

About Cobra Motorcycles
Cobra, founded in 1993, produces the most successful line of competition mini quads and mini cycles in the United States with more than 100 national titles in the last decade. Based out of Hillsdale, Mich., Cobra's mission is to build premium products for the serious racer. For more information on Cobra products, please visit our website at

Photos: Cole Sepsi (Milan, Mich.), courtesy of Scott Sepsi

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