Mooresville, NC (June 2012) – If a motocross rider were asked to describe what their perfect pair of gloves would entail, most would respond with something along the lines of lightweight, flexible, and reliable; but also reinforced, durable, and aggressive. With the new Risk Racing Carbide Motocross Gloves, riders no longer have to dream about their perfect glove, because that glove has now become a reality.
The Carbide Motocross Gloves are constructed from the best materials available on the market:
• 3D Stretch I-Span for superior movement
• Airprene Fabric for maximum breathability
• Silicone Coated Single-Layer Palms and Fingertips for the best possible gripping potential
• Lycra Knuckle Reliefs for increased flexibility
These innovative, lightweight gloves are sewn with the fingers in a pre-curved position, to prevent tightening of the gloves as the rider flexes and bends their fingers to grip the handlebars more tightly in those intense moments pushing for the holeshot. The Carbide Motocross Gloves also feature reinforced thumb panels to make them more durable, allowing them to hold up against heavy abuse when the rider is competing in a race, trail riding deep in the woods, or practicing on a local track.
With some help from the experts at Novik, Risk Racing has created a motocross glove that features the most innovative solutions in comfort, style, and performance. The guys at Novik say it best: “Since we strive to provide customers with a unique line of products, it was only natural for us to work with Risk Racing to make the ultimate pair of glove. The Carbide Motocross Gloves help protect the rider’s hands, while allowing them to be comfortable and competitive.”
Ask for a pair of Risk Racing Carbide Motocross Gloves at your local MX dealer (retail price: $29.99) or find them online at www.riskracing.com
Rain was the forecast the weekend and first part of the week heading into the 2012 Loretta Lynn Amateur Regional Championship SouthEast round, that was to be held the Mill Creek Motocross Park in Pell City Alabama. Worried the rain would follow us into the race weekend, a quick check of the seven day forecast showed what was to be a great weekend for amateur racing!
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UNDERSTANDING HOW HEAT & HUMIDITY INFLUENCE SPEED & ENDURANCE
As we exercise, our bodies burn the calories that that we consume (i.e. carbohydrates, proteins and fats). It is the breakdown of these calories and muscle movement that causes heat to build up and raise our core body temperature initiating the demands of the body to maintain its ideal body temperature of 98.6 degrees. There are several ways that the body dissipates heat (skin and exhalation for example); however, the most complex system involves your ability to sweat. Read more to see the full details!
MotoE is proud to announce the addition of CrossRut Rider Development as MotoE's Official Performance Facility in Georgia. Riders who join the CrossRut staff will have access to premium MX training thru MotoE's Complete Racing & Nutritional Program; Riders will also receive a weekly conference call with Coach Robb and endless communication with his MotoE staff.
The dream and vision of CrossRut Rider Development is to offer a Christian-based MX training facility that is family oriented and provides a "safe place" to train. At CRD we offer complete training for the Motocross Athlete on the bike, in the gym, at the table and in everything life brings our way. Our goal at CRD is to offer the very best, comprehensive MX training available. CrossRut Rider Development host two tracks, gym, rec room, media room, bathrooms and showers, bunkhouse along with RV hookups. More program elements (including a complete turnkey program for international riders) are being added every week, so stay tuned for some exciting updates in the immediate future.
For more information about this facility and availability, please visit www.crossrut.com