January 10, 2012 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Renthal is pleased to announce that it has re-signed the JGRMX Toyota Yamaha team to a multi-year contract which includes handlebars, sprockets, grips and levers. Renthal has been partnered with the team from its inception and looks forward to renewed success in 2013.
The uniquely independent JGRMX team has always been at the forefront of technology and has paved their own road to success with their crew and facility located in North Carolina. With both Justin Brayton and Josh Grant back with the team for 2013, we are expecting great things to come.
New for 2013, the team will be running the Renthal Intellilever unbreakable clutch and brake levers. The Intellilever is the industry’s first truly unbreakable lever which can pivot in the event of a crash, a full 270 degrees in any direction, then easily returning back into position. This ability to dislocate during a crash, allows mechanics to run the clutch perch and brake master cylinders tight on the handlebar so they don’t rotate during a crash.
In addition to the levers, the team will be running the Twinwall handlebars, grips and ultralight sprockets on all their race bikes.
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 162 respectively, than any of its competitors combined. Follow Renthal on Facebook (facebook.com/RenthalRacing) and Twitter (@Renthal_Moto). Renthal is distributed in the USA by Parts Unlimited, Western Powersports, Tucker Rocky and Southern Motorcycle Supply.