PLYMOUTH, MA – March 1, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Brooks announces continued sponsorship programs in AHRMA and USCRA for 2017
Brooks Leather Sportswear is pleased to continue sponsorship programs in the American Historical Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) and the United States Classic Racing Association (USCRA) for 2017.
“We love racing and we love vintage motorcycles, so we’re pleased that Brooks Leathers will continue its relationship with the American Historical Racing Motorcycle Association for 2017,” says Jamie Goodson, owner of Brooks Leather Sportswear. “We are vintage racers ourselves, and participate in AHRMA and USCRA events.”
Brooks Leather motorcycle jackets are created as something to pass on and treasure for generations. The company has a longstanding tradition of making classic motorcycling jackets for almost 60 years. Made from the highest quality leather and constructed to ‘Made in the USA’ standards, the jackets are built to last. “The iconic Brooks style 511C is the real deal, authentic down to the last stitch,” says Goodson.
The Brooks/AHRMA sponsorship program is for the winner of each Vintage Road Race classes. The Brooks/USCRA sponsorship program is for the Moto Giro events for both Spring and Fall Giros, and Moto America AMA/FIM races at NJ Motosport Park in September.
Full details of the programs as well as Brooks Leather stickers are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Brooks Leather
Made in the USA since 1959, Brooks Leather Sportswear’s line of motorcycle apparel includes their old-school classics as well as new styles in imported gloves, textiles, rain wear, and racing suits. Brooks Leather offers a 10% discount to all Union, AMA, and active Armed Forces members. Brooks Leather quality leather sportswear can found through their national dealer network or online at www.brooksleather.com. (877) 366-4659.
AHRMA offers vintage National and regional roadracing, motocross, dirt track, observed trials and cross country competition. The classic machines active in AHRMA events span a full 70 years, from the 1920s to the early 1990s. The national-championship schedule typically includes at least 15 rounds in each competition discipline.
The USCRA is the oldest vintage motorcycle racing organization in the United States. A close-knit group based in New England and the Mid-Atlantic states, their goals are the preservation and racing use of historic racing motorcycles, fostering close and competitive racing in a spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie and making classic motorcycle racing accessible to interested enthusiasts.
Source: Brooks Leather Sportswear