EVS Sports Signs Motorcycle Superstore Suzuki Racing Team

RANCHO DOMINGUEZ, CA – January 5, 2016– (Motor Sports Newswire) –  EVS Sports, the industry leader in motocross and street bike protective gear, has joined the Motorcycle Superstore Suzuki Racing Team as the official sponsor for their protective equipment.

EVS Sports is proud to announce our recent partnership with the Motorcycle Superstore Suzuki Racing Team, which consists of two veterans, Kyle Cunningham and Jimmy Albertson, as well as two rookies, Mark Worth and Josh Osby. The team will compete in the Monster Energy/AMA Supercross Series. EVS Sports will be the team’s exclusive provider of neck and knee protection. EVS plans to use the valuable insight from the riders and continue to develop their product line to meet the needs of today’s competitors.


Brad Behrens, Athlete Marketing Manager at EVS Sports, had this to say about the signing of the team, “We are extremely excited to be a part of this incredible race team! 2016 should be a great year and we look forward to lots of future success.”

When asked about adding EVS Sports as the team’s official protective equipment provider, Jimmy Albertson said, “We couldn’t be more excited to have EVS be a part of Motorcycle Superstore Suzuki Racing Team and Albertson Enterprises! We look at EVS as a brand that’s at the top of the list when it comes to protection. Anything from top of the line knee braces to shoulder braces; EVS has it all!”

About EVS Sports

Founded in 1985, EVS Sports continues to be the leading innovator of Motocross and Street bike protective gear. Originally established as a motocross specific knee brace manufacturer, it all started with the AMX-5. What started out as one knee brace has evolved into an extensive line of knees braces, neck supports, helmets, chest/back protection and a long list of protective gear to keep riders safe on the track or the street. For more information on EVS Sports, please visit www.EVS-sports.com; or find us on Twitter.com/evssport, Facebook.com/evssports, and Instagram.com/evssports