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Pro Armor

Pro Armor racers Wimmer & Creamer Podium at Steel City ATV Motocross

Another round complete in the AMA ATV MX Series and another excellent performance by  Pro Armor racers at Round 5 this weekend at Steel City.  Josh Creamer and Dustin Wimmer continued their domination again this weekend going 1-2 aboard Pro Armor equipped and Yoshimura powered Suzuki R450s.

Both racers really showed they have put in the hard work and preparation to be champions after Creamer came from 13th to 1st in the first moto and Wimmer having a similar performance starting out 12th and battling to a 3rd place finish.  The second moto definitely started better for both racers with Creamer again finishing top of the box and Wimmer following a close 2nd.  Creamer sits just 3 points ahead of Wimmer heading to Round 6.

Other notables riding for Team Pro Armor were Nick Denoble with his best finish this season.  Nick had his first top five overall in his short Pro career and has steadily improved his finishes over the past two rounds.  “My Revolution™ nerf bars are the best I have ever used.  The foot pegs are not only super aggressive and provide plenty of grip but are extremely comfortable,” Denoble said.  Nick moved into 9th place in the Championship hunt and is improving every round.

Cody Miller came back for his 2nd race of the series and really rode well with an 8th place overall.  Greg Gee rounded out the top ten this weekend to remain in the top ten in the Championship race.  Keith Little rode strong again this weekend as he continues with his MX-periment which has him riding all four different brands, definitely not an easy task adjusting to each ride.  Jeremy Lawson faced his worst finish of the season as he battled some difficulties but is still in the top ten.  We fully expect to see him back in the top five at Round 6.

We would like to congratulate all of the racers for another great weekend.  It is always nice to hear from all of the racers about how much they love the Revolution™ nerf bar set-up.  If it wasn’t for the feed back we receive from all our riders and racers we would never be able to develop and produce quality parts for all your needs.


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