Troy Lee Designs is pleased to announce MotoMX Racing as their new Mexican distributor. MotoMX will offer the complete Troy Lee Designs Moto, Bike and Sportswear collections, as well as Seven racewear and apparel collections to retailers.
Driver Scott Dixon locked up pole position on Sunday for next week's Indianapolis 500, averaging 226.760 mph on his four qualifying laps. Dixon, a three-time Indy 500 champion, last won in 2008 when he claimed pole position.
Troy Lee Designs rider Cole Seely felt the full wrath of bad luck at the opening round at the Hangtown Motocross Classic, giving him an opportunity to show his perseverance when the series lines up again next weekend in Southern California. Seely’s opening lap crash took him out of contention during Moto 1 of the first round, eventually forcing him to sit out of the remaining moto of the day.
Though he’s still a one of the younger pro’s on the national XC circuit, Russell Finsterwald has been a major presence on the American mountain bike scene for nearly a decade now. First as a junior rider, then as a top U23 racer for Subaru-Trek, and now as a pro for the SRAM/Troy Lee Designs Factory Team, Finsterwald has been on too many podiums to count and shows no signs of letting up.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway will feel more special than usual to Helio Castroneves this weekend.
The journey to designing the cover of the programs for the second annual Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis and the 99th Indianapolis 500 started with painting fuel tanks and pit walls at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.