DP Brakes Announces Impressive Off-Road, SX and AX Sponsorship Lineup for 2020 Season

DP Brakes Announces Impressive Off-Road, SX and AX Sponsorship Lineup for 2020 Season

Written by  DP Brakes and Clutches North America on Thursday, 23 January 2020 15:34

BUFFALO, NY. - DP Brakes, world leader in sintered braking technology, has announced its Off-Road, SX and AX sponsorship lineup for 2020.

Larry Mills, president of DP Brakes and Clutches North America, said, “We are very proud to once again be sponsoring an impressive number of high profile teams, and individual riders, for the upcoming Off-Road, SX and AX racing season. These riders and teams will compete in AMA National Supercross, AMA National Arenacross, Amsoil GNCC Series, NEPG National Enduro Series, Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series and Endurocross National Series. The lineup is proof of our commitment to the sport.”

According to Mills, teams and riders are as follows:

Phoenix Honda East Coast SX, AX and Off-Road Team
Team Babbitt’s/Monster Energy Kawasaki AX and Off-Road Team
Am Pro Yamaha Off-Road
Coastal Racing’s Husqvarna Off-Road Team
Team Beta USA Off-Road
Tely Energy KTM Off-Road Team
Raines University Racing Yamaha Off-Road Team
Lojak Racing Yamaha Off-Road
Gnarly Routes KTM Off-Road Team
Plus individuals, Andrew Matusek, Jimmy Jarrett, Steve Leivan, Brian Garrahan, Evan Earl and many more!!

WXC Riders Individual riders, Becca Sheets and Shelby Rolen

Plus, numerous individual Pro level and amateur riders throughout North America!!

“Many of these competitors have chosen to use DP Brakes year after year, and have provided us with great feedback so we can maintain our leadership in sintered brake technology. We wish them all the best in 2020,” stated Mills.

For more information on the complete line-up of DP brake pads, shoes, clutch kits, and rotors contact DP Brakes North American Headquarters/Tony Mills International Inc. at 4401 Walden Avenue, Lancaster, NY 14086, (716) 681-8806, or visit them on the web at www.dp-brakes.com.

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