Renthal Riders Dominating 2012 AMA Supercross Series

Valencia, CA- February 17, 2012 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – As the AMA Supercross series heads to Dallas for round 7 and the first Lites East round, Renthal riders have amassed 6 out of 6 wins in the Supercross class thus far and 3 of 6 wins in the Lites class.  Renthal riders have completely dominated the 450 class this year with the top 4 riders in points all using Renthal bars, grips and sprockets.  Ryan Villopoto has been the most consistent with 3 wins while Chad Reed has shown great speed and consistency with 1 win and 3 seconds.  Ryan Dungey won the Phoenix round but hasn’t been able to put another win together.  James Stewart has been consistently fast but an inconsistent finisher, with only one win, he has his work cut out for him for the remaining rounds if he’s going to secure another SX title.

In the Lites class, Renthal riders Dean Wilson and Cole Seely have secured 3 of the 6 wins thus far in the series, with Dean now sitting atop the point standings and Cole sitting in 3rd.  Marvin Musquin who has shown the speed to run up front, has had bad luck hinder his chances and sits 4th in the points.

As for the East Lites contenders, it’s wide open as Renthal supported riders Blake Baggett and Darryn Durham of the Pro Circuit Squad will be facing a very fast Ken Roczen on the Red Bull KTM team.  Saturday night we will find out who is prepared and who isn’t.

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About Renthal: Renthal is a worldwide leader in manufacturing and design of motorcycle handlebars, chainwheels, grips and accessories for the off-road, street, and ATV markets.  Currently Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, and Suzuki all specify Renthal handlebars as stock for their performance off-road motorcycles.  Renthal’s world class manufacturing and engineering facility located near Manchester England allows the ability to control the entire manufacturing process from start to finish and ensures that the end user is receiving the highest quality product available.  Renthal’s handlebars, grips and chainwheels have won more US and world titles, 158 and 157 respectively, than any of its competitors combined.