Introducing the new Saddlemen 1WR Gripper Seat

19 08 2016

Now Available

RANCHO DOMINGUEZ, CA – August 19, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – If you love wheelies, burnouts, drifting, wild motorcycle modifications, adrenaline filled performances, and the sight of road bikes blasting down dirt roads, the new 1 WR Gripper Seat will deliver. The amazing new Saddlemen 1WR Gripper Seat co-developed with V-twin stunt rider Rob Carpenter to specifically meet the grueling demands of the professional stunt scene is now available for the HD Sportster A single screw installs the hi-tech seat that fits the rider, their style and the motorcycle.

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Based on 30 years of street and track testing, the designers at Saddlemen know how important the interface between the body and seating surface are to motorcycle control, especially during aggressive conditions. This new seat utilizes a unique Tri-Gripper cover with diamond waffle pattern developed after years of studying frictional contact mechanics under real world conditions. Underneath, Saddlemen’s UltraFOAM provides a perfect balance of rigidity, user compliance, durability and comfort.

160819 Saddlemen 1WR Gripper SeatKey features include:

  • Tall lumbar support combined with Tri-Gripper cover locks the rider into the bike for increased bike control during acceleration, braking and extreme angles which directly translates into improved rider confidence.
  • Made in the USA
  • Fits both 3.3 and 4.5 gallon fuel tanks
  • Ride the seat that Rob Carpenter from 1 Wheel Revolution recommends.
  • Specially formulated foam that provides feedback and control as you steer the bike

All Saddlemen seats are designed, tested, and built exclusively in the USA for the long ride. American made quality and craftsmanship is something Saddlemen takes very seriously. Every seat since 1987 has been constructed at Saddlemen’s Long Beach, California manufacturing facility. Every detail, every stitch, and every step of the process from raw materials to the final product has been carefully considered and inspected to insure that Saddlemen’s standards for quality, craftsmanship and comfort are continuously upheld.

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Saddlemen remains America’s first choice when you decide to upgrade your motorcycle seat because Saddlemen recognizes every body and every bike is built a little different and that sometimes even the best motorcycle seat may not meet everyone’s expectations. Unlike other seat companies who might defer the blame on the rider or their bike, Saddlemen will help make it right, call and their friendly Product Specialist will gladly assist.

Fits the 2004 – 2016 XL Sportster with both the 3.3 or 4.5 gallon fuel Tanks. Priced at only $305.00.

Saddlemen seats are available at most local motorcycle shops served through Drag Specialties, a leading distributor of accessories and parts for Harley Davidson® motorcycles. Call 800-397-7709 or visit http://www.saddlemen.com/stunt/ .

Source: Saddlemen Motorcycle Seats and Components

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Introducing the new Saddlemen LS Model Road Sofa Now Available

17 06 2016

RANCHO DOMINGUEZ, CA – June 17, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Saddlemen’s new Road Sofa LS for 1997 through current Harley Davidson® touring bikes was created for a single purpose: create a luxurious saddle for comfortable, long distance touring without compromising styling. Like all Saddlemen seats, the LS Road Sofa was engineered with industry leading Gel-Core™ construction for unsurpassed comfort. Gel-Core is engineered to dampen, divert, and deflect energy to create a smooth, therapeutic ride. At the heart of this technology is specially formulated viscoelastic polymer known as SaddleGel™, which when combined with the latest in co-molding technology reduces engine vibration by up to 50%, and direct impact forces by up to 92 %. Why does Saddlemen use this innovative material? Simple – to add hours and hours of comfortable riding time to every ride!

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But SaddleGel® is not the only key to comfort. Painstakingly crafted seating contours cradle the rider for proper alignment with pegs, bars, controls and reduce strain and fatigue. Perforated leather seating panels are breathable for continuous ventilation and compliant enhancement of the SaddleGel™ and Comfort Foam™ properties used below the cover. These saddles fit and feel right.

A quick look at the LS Road Sofa reveals that styling and good looks were not compromised for comfort. The LS enhances and complements other accessories and upgrades, providing the finishing touch for any Harley® touring bike.

All Saddlemen seats are designed, tested, and built exclusively in the USA for the long ride. American made quality and craftsmanship is something we take very seriously since 1987 at the Saddlemen Long Beach, California manufacturing facility. Every detail, every stitch, and every step of the process from raw materials to the final product has been carefully considered and inspected to insure that Saddlemen’s standards for quality, craftsmanship and comfort are continuously upheld.

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Saddlemen remains America’s first choice when upgrading a motorcycle seat; Saddlemen recognizes that every different body, and every bike, is built a little different and that sometimes even the best motorcycle seat may not meet everyone’s comfort expectations. Unlike other seat companies, Saddlemen will help make it right. If for some reason a customer is not completely satisfied with their new Road Sofa just call 800-397-7709 and a friendly Product Specialist will gladly assist.

Key features include:

  • A tall lumbar support and wide driver saddle supports the back and legs for superior comfort, while the streamlined nose improves the rider’s reach to the ground.
  • Refined split-cushion design separates the seating surface from the lumbar support, reducing tailbone and back pressure from maximum long-range comfort.
  • Wide 15.5 inch wide driver bucket matched with 13 inch passenger perch.
  • Ventilated soft seating leather provides breathable comfort and unsurpassed looks…
  • Comes with a fitted rain cover specially designed to protect your seat from harsh elements
  • The optional driver’s backrest has independent adjustments for fore-aft position, height and angle, and folds forward. (Sold Separately) (Will not fit on 2009-2015 Harley-Davidson® Trike models). C
  • Compatible with OEM Harley Davidson® backrest options.
  • Matching passenger backrest / Tour-Pak pad cover completes the custom look. (Sold Separately) (as required)
  • Designed and made in the U.S.A.
  • Show bike styling
  • GelCore™ Technology featuring SaddleGel™ in front and rear reduces tailbone pressure to increase circulation and comfort for both driver and passenger.
  • Progressive density co-molded comfort foam

Saddlemen seats are available at most local motorcycle shops served through Drag Specialties, a leading distributor of accessories and parts for Harley Davidson® motorcycles. Call 800-397-7709 or visit http://www.saddlemen.com/chrome/davidtwo/. Prices start at $561.00.

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Saddlemen “Rookie of the Year Award” Returns for Seventh Consecutive AMA Pro Flat Track Season

27 02 2016

DAYTONA BEACH, FL – February 27, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – AMA Pro Racing announced that the Saddlemen “Rookie of the Year Award” will be making a return for the seventh consecutive year, as part of the renewed partnership with Saddlemen for the 2016 AMA Pro Flat Track season.

“We are very pleased to have Saddlemen on board for another year of partnership,” said Michael Lock, CEO of AMA Pro Racing. “Saddlemen’s dedication to the AMA Pro Flat Track community goes back decades, and their contribution gives the up-and-coming riders in the sport an important opportunity to showcase their skills. We’re very excited to have Saddlemen back for a seventh year.”

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Each year since the partnership was formed in 2010, rookies in Harley-Davidson GNC1 presented by Vance & Hines have showcased their talents and accumulated points throughout the season in hopes of winning the coveted award.

At the end of the year, the rookie rider who has earned the most points in the championship will be recognized at the AMA Pro Flat Track awards banquet as the Saddlemen “Rookie of the Year.” Previous recipients include AMA Pro Flat Track standouts PJ Jacobsen, Brad Baker, Briar Bauman, Jake Shoemaker, Wyatt Maguire and the most recent awardee, Jarod Vanderkooi.

Not only will the rider’s name go down in the history books, they’ll also take home, in the words of Saddlemen CEO David Echert, “a big fat check for $5,000.”

“We believe that this award allows us to help current and future riders stay motivated to further their careers,” said Echert. “Not only will the winning racer receive a check, but he or she will also be sponsored with product gifts, and it will give us the opportunity to mentor the riders with our years of experience in the sport. Racing is deeply ingrained in our heritage, which is why we are so excited to continue our relationship with AMA Pro Racing, a sport that attracts some of the most talented athletes in the world.”

Saddlemen, the leading manufacturer of motorcycle seats and luggage, has been a supporter of Flat Track racing since its doors opened in 1987, and has held onto the belief that in order for the sport to move forward, it must continue to produce the most outstanding products for racers.

“The seat is the largest real estate that the body interacts with during a race,” Echert continued. “And it’s important that we allow new riders to experience that edge from our product because we believe that bringing new talent into the sport is the most important thing for keeping it alive.”

For more information regarding the Saddlemen product line, please visit http://www.saddlemen.com/.

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Fifth Annual Revive Your Ride! WIN BIG SPRING GIVEAWAY Starts April 15!

2 04 2014

Powersports Customers Can Win Nearly $30,000 in Cool Prizes

IRVINE, CA – April 2, 2014 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The Revive Your Ride! WIN BIG SPRING GIVEAWAY is back for its fifth year. Scheduled to run from April 15 through June 15, the annual powersports promotion offers customers a chance to win one of 31 aftermarket prize packages and gift certificates – all together worth nearly $30,000.

“The Aftermarket Members of the Motorcycle Industry Council are once again happy to fund this dealership-traffic-driving promotion successfully being used by over one thousand retailers and counting,” said Cam Arnold, vice president aftermarket programs at the Motorcycle Industry Council. “Shops and dealers can really run with this and use it to get customers into their stores, and it costs absolutely nothing to participate. This year, the program is offering a lot of excellent prizes that any rider would be glad to win.”

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Lucky customers will ride away with a prize package of gear, parts, accessories, or gift certificates. This year’s Grand Prize is a $5,000 gift certificate, while 1st Place is a $2,500 gift certificate and 2nd Place is a $1,000 gift certificate. The product package giveaways include a Schuberth S2 helmet, a Tour Master jacket, a Brand 34 sweatshirt signed by Kevin Schwantz, Tucker Rocky gift certificates, a Klim Overland pants and jacket set, a Shoei helmet, a Kendon stand-up lift and much, much more.

MIC Aftermarket Members who contributed to the prize collection include: ACCEL, AIMExpo, Avon Tyres, Biker’s Choice, Butler Motorcycle Maps, Cycle World, Dairyland Cycle Insurance, D.I.D., Goodridge, Haynes Manuals, Helmet House, Kendon Stand-Up trailers, K&N Engineering, Klim, Memphis Shades, MotoQuest, National Cycle, Renthal, RK Racing, Saddlemen, Schuberth, Schwantz School, Scorpion, Shoei, Sunstar, Surtrack, Suzuki, Tucker Rocky, Van Leeuwen and Yuasa.

All of the prize packages can be seen at reviveyourride.org. To enter, customers simply visit a participating dealership or retailer, get a unique entry code, and enter online at reviveyourride.org. Questions about the promotion can be sent to RYR@mic.org.

The Motorcycle Industry Council exists to preserve, protect and promote motorcycling through government relations, communications and media relations, statistics and research, business advisories and forecasts, aftermarket programs, development of data communications standards, and activities surrounding technical and regulatory issues. As a not-for-profit, national industry association, the MIC seeks to support motorcyclists by representing manufacturers and distributors of motorcycles, scooters, motorcycle/ATV/ROV parts and accessories, and members of allied trades such as insurance, finance and investment companies, media companies and consultants.

The MIC is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., with a government relations office in metropolitan Washington, D.C. First called the MIC in 1970, the organization has been in operation since 1914. Visit the MIC at mic.org.

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AMA Pro Flat Track Stand-out Shayna Texter Moves to Grand National Championship with Latus Motors Racing and Joe Kopp

5 02 2014

Former Grand National Champion Joe Kopp to Ride in Select Rounds

GLADSTONE, OR – February 5, 2014 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Up-and-coming Pro Flat Track sensation Shayna Texter, the first female to win an AMA Pro Singles main event, is moving up to the Grand National Championship by piloting Latus Motors Racing’s Castrol Triumph.

2012 AMA Pro racing Head ShotsIn 2013, Texter posted two AMA Pro Singles main event victories (Sacramento, Indianapolis), swept the two Basic twins main events at Springfield, and finished fourth in the Pro Singles championship. In 2012, she won three AMA Pro Singles main events (Sacramento, Knoxville, Tucson) en route to finishing fifth in the championship. In 2011, Texter won the Pro Singles main event at Knoxville Raceway to become the first female to win an AMA Pro Singles main event.

“I always said that I would turn expert when the right time came with the right bike,” said Texter. “Testing the Triumph at the end of last season gave me great insight into how well the bike performs. That and the opportunity to work with someone like Joe Kopp made this an easy decision.”

Joe Kopp, former AMA Grand National Champion and 13th on the all-time Grand National win list, is Team Manager for the Latus Motors Racing Flat Track program. This year, along with his duties as team manager, Joe will join his protégé when he races at the Lima (Ohio) Half-Mile, the Virginia Mega Mile, and the season-ending Flat Track Finals at the L.A. County Fairplex.

“My main focus will be helping with Shayna’s effort,” said Kopp. “But I am looking forward to getting back in a race and having some fun dicing it up. It’s time to start training because I really want to run up front.”

Team owner George Latus feels that he has a pair of proven winners and is excited about his rider line-up for 2014.

“Shayna has a lot of talent, a tremendous desire to win, and an incredible ability to communicate with her team,” said George Latus, owner of Latus Motors Racing. “Joe is still a very competitive guy and when he expressed interest in getting on the bike for a few rounds I told him that I thought it was a great idea and should be a lot of fun.”

Latus Motors Racing is sponsored by Castrol, Triumph, GE Capital, FreedomRoad Financial and Lucky Brand, as well as Werkes USA, Race Tech, BikeMaster, Cometic, ET, K&N, Saddlemen, Superlite, Mad Hatter painting, Matrix, Motion Pro, Pro Plates, StreetMaster, Wiseco and The Secrets of Speed.

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Saddlemen’s Brad Baker Takes GNC Combined Title at Pomona

15 10 2013

RANCHO DOMINGUEZ, CA – October 15, 2014 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – After a long season of hard work, tweaking and tuning, and traveling thousands of miles across the country, racers of the 2013 AMA Pro Flat Track season found themselves at the Fairplex in Pomona for the final race of the year. The final races in both the GNC and Pro Singles classes would pit several riders with championship hopes against one another, making for one of the most exciting nights of Flat Track racing in recent memory.

Saddlemen was out at the Pomona Half-Mile for the Flat Track finale

Saddlemen was out at the Pomona Half-Mile for the Flat Track finale

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Saddlemen rider Brad Baker entered the final round with an 11-point lead in the GNC Combined standings, and stretched that lead further after earning best qualifier honors and winning the 4-lap Dash for Cash race. With even more of a cushion heading into the main event, Baker put on a dominant performance and proved that he’s very comfortable at the Pomona half-mile.

Riders line up for the GNC Main Event

Riders line up for the GNC Main Event

After trading the lead back and forth for several laps, a red flag resulted in a staggered restart and a 10-lap fight to the finish. Baker laid down fast lap after fast lap and took the checkers by nearly a second. Even though he didn’t need to win at Pomona to take the GNC Combined title, Brad Baker finished his incredible 2013 season in dominant fashion. Brad added the 2013 Grand National Championship to his 2013 GNC Expert Singles title and will put don the #1 next year as he looks to defend his title.

The young Briar Bauman put on a terrific performance of his own at Pomona. Bauman finished 3rd and found himself on the GNC podium for the first time in his short career. Bauman finished a solid season in style as he only missed one main event and finished 11th in the standings.

Saddlemen rider Brad Baker finishes his season strong with a victory at Pomona.

Saddlemen rider Brad Baker finishes his season strong with a victory at Pomona.

Defending champ Jared Mees finished in fourth place at Pomona, and also finished in fourth in both the Expert Twins and GNC Combined standings. JD Beach rounded out the top-5 at the final race and despite only racing a partial season finished in the top-10 in both Twins and Combined.

Kenny Coolbeth Jr. put together an impressive season that saw ten top-10 finishes. He took the fifth spot in the Expert Twins and sixth in the Combined final standings. Fellow Saddlemen rider Henry Wiles was one of the highlights of the season with a record-setting performance at Peoria, and the two-time Singles champ finished sixth in Twins and fifth in Combined.

Baker became the 4th youngest GNC Champion in Flat Track history.

Baker became the 4th youngest GNC Champion in Flat Track history.

Saddlemen GNC Expert Twins Results – Pomona
1. B. Baker; 3. B. Bauman; 4. J. Mees; 5. JD Beach; 6. K. Coolbeth Jr; 8. R. Pearson; 9. B. Robinson; 10. J. Lewis; 11. K. Kolkman; 13. D. Crow; 14. M. Martin; 15. M. Weidman; 16. S. Halbert; 17. H. Wiles; 19. S. Bonsey

Saddlemen GNC Expert Twins Final Standings (Top-10)
2. B. Baker; 3. B. Robinson; 4. J. Mees; 5. K. Coolbeth Jr; 6. H. Wiles; 7. JD Beach; 9. S. Halbert; 10. J. Shoemaker

Saddlemen GNC Combined Final Standings (Top-10)
1. B. Baker; 3. B. Robinson; 4. J. Mees; 5. H. Wiles; 6. K. Coolbeth Jr; 8. JD Beach; 10. R. Pearson

Baker will don #1 next season as he attemps to defend his GNC Combined title.

Baker will don #1 next season as he attempts to defend his GNC Combined title.

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The Pro Singles class was another source of exciting racing Saturday as Saddlemen rider Ryan Wells entered the final round within reach of the 2013 Championship. Just five points behind the leader, Wells needed to do well at Pomona and also get a little help. Wells did his part by finishing in second place but didn’t quite get the help he needed, missing out on the title by a single point. Wells’ amazing season saw a perfect record of top-10 finishes, including three podium appearances.

Rookie rider Bronson Bauman finished fifth at Pomona, and though he missed the first two races due to not being eligible to race at age 15, Bauman made the most of his partial season and finished eighth in class.

Defending Pro Singles champion Stephen Vanderkuur got off to a bumpy start this season but finished strong with three podium finishes. A ninth place finish at Pomona was enough to keep him in third in the standings at season’s end.

Fan favorite Shayna Texter also had her share of early-season trouble but bounced back with a pair of mid-season wins. Her four podium finishes and a seventh place on the Pomona Half-Mile gave her a career-best fourth place Pro Singles finish.

Saddlemen's Ryan Wells finished one point shy of the Pro Singles title after an impressive season.

Saddlemen’s Ryan Wells finished one point shy of the Pro Singles title after an impressive season.

Saddlemen Pro Singles Results – Pomona
2. R. Wells; 5. B. Bauman; 6. D. Colindres; 7. S. Texter; 9. S. Vanderkuur; 15. A. Scaggs; 17. J. Monaco

Saddlemen Pro Singles Final Standings (Top-10)
2. R. Wells; 3. S. Vanderkuur; 4. S. Texter; 7. D. Colindres; 8. B. Bauman

Saddlemen is immensely proud of all of its riders for their hard work and dedication through this 2013 AMA Pro Flat Track season and looks forward to more racing success in 2014. Learn more about Saddlemen seats at www.saddlemen.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates.

Saddlemen has been making high performance seats for racing for over 20 years. During that time some of the world’s fastest racers have fitted their motorcycles with Saddlemen seats, including land speed attempters, flat track racers and road racers. Saddlemen is the Official Seat of AMA Pro Racing.

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Saddlemen’s Robinson and Texter Sweep Springfield Mile Doubleheader

5 09 2013

RANCHO DOMINGUEZ, CA – September 5, 2013 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The Springfield Mile is always one of the highlights of the AMA Pro Flat Track season, and the 2013 doubleheader was no exception as Saddlemen riders Brandon Robinson and Shayna Texter put together a pair of sweeps this Labor Day Weekend.

Brandon Robinson meant all business at the Springfield Mike doubleheader (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

Brandon Robinson meant all business at the Springfield Mike doubleheader (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

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The excitement in the Expert Twins class has been thrilling this season, with five different riders claiming victories in just seven races. Saddlemen rider Brad Baker got off to a hot start, taking the Expert Singles title earlier this year and leading the Expert Twins until a bike breakdown at Colonial Downs. Rising up in his place is fellow Saddlemen rider Brandon Robinson, who put in two impressive performances this weekend to sweep the doubleheader.

Robinson had a few rocky turnouts in the middle of the season but has rebounded with refreshed confidence in recent races. His back-to-back wins at Springfield pushed Robinson from third to second in the standings, just 5 points back from the leader with just two rounds remaining.

Saddlemen supported rider JD Beach has been enjoying the long AMA Pro Road Racing breaks by putting in some impressive Flat Track rides of his own. Beach’s pair of third place finishes moved him into seventh in the Expert Twins standings despite only having raced five of the seven events.

JD Beach (left) joined Robinson (center) on both podiums (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

JD Beach (left) joined Robinson (center) on both podiums (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

Kenny Coolbeth, Jr. had a solid weekend with a sixth place finish on Saturday and followed it up with fourth place on Sunday. Coolbeth, Jr. joins Robinson and Baker in the Expert Twins top-5. Brad Baker finished fifth in both races, proving he can bounce back from disappointment at Colonial Downs with two good races at Springfield. Baker dropped to third in the Expert Twins standings but holds onto a ten point lead in the Combined standings.

Jared Mees missed the top-5 both days, but nevertheless enjoyed a momentous occasion as he married fellow AMA Pro Flat Track racer Nichole Cheza Sunday before the races.

Longtime Saddlemen racers Jared Mees and Nichole Cheza were married prior to Sunday's race. (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

Longtime Saddlemen racers Jared Mees and Nichole Cheza were married prior to Sunday’s race. (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

Jake Shoemaker, who finished second in the Pro Singles class in 2012, has made the most of his first season in the big leagues. Shoemaker locked up the Saddlemen Rookie of the Year Award this weekend with two solid finishes.

Saddlemen GNC Results – Springfield Mile I – August 31, 2013
1. B. Robinson; 3. JD Beach; 5. B. Baker; 6. K. Coolbeth Jr; 7. J. Mees; 8. J. Shoemaker; 9. H. Wiles; 11. Briar Bauman; 12. D. Lawrence; 14. M. Martin; 16. R. Pearson; 17. S. Bonsey; 18. J. Lewis

Saddlemen GNC Results – Springfield Mile II – September 1, 2013
1. B. Robinson; 3. JD Beach; 4. K. Coolbeth Jr; 5. B. Baker; 6. J. Mees; 8. D. Lawrence; 9. H. Wiles; 12. S. Bonsey; 13. N. Cheza; 14. D. Crow; 15. J. Shoemaker; 16. M. Martin; 18. J. Lewis

Saddlemen GNC Expert Twins Standings – Top-10
2. B. Robinson; 3. B. Baker; 4. J. Mees; 5. K. Coolbeth Jr; 6. H. Wiles; 7. JD Beach; 9. J. Shoemaker; 10. S. Halbert

Saddlemen GNC Combined Standings – Top-10
1. B. Baker; 3. B. Robinson; 4. H. Wiles; 5. J. Mees; 6. K. Coolbeth Jr; 9. JD Beach; 10. S. Bonsey

Shayna Texter dominated the Pro Basic Twins races this weekend (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

Shayna Texter dominated the Pro Basic Twins races this weekend (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

AMA Pro Basic Twins
The Springfield Mile played host to the inaugural AMA Pro Basic Twins class this Labor Day Weekend, and Saddlemen’s Shayna Texter took the opportunity to prove that she belongs in the conversation of elite Flat Track talent. Texter won on Saturday by more than 11 seconds, while fellow Saddlemen riders Cody Johncox and Eric Stump followed in third and fifth, respectively.

Texter followed up the incredible performance with another dominant effort, this time winning Sunday’s race by more than five seconds. Johncox improved to second place on Sunday, while Ryan Wells and Eric Stump enjoyed top-10 finishes.

Though she didn’t earn any points towards her 2013 Pro Singles campaign, Texter is still in fourth in the standings. With two races left to go, she will make a final push in an effort to challenge for the title.

Texter was joined on the podium by Cody Johncox (right) both days (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

Texter was joined on the podium by Cody Johncox (right) both days (Credit: AMA Pro Racing)

Saddlemen Pro Basic Twins Results – Springfield Mile I – August 31, 2013
1. S. Texter; 3. C. Johncox; 5. E. Stump; 12. Bronson Bauman

Saddlemen Pro Basic Twins Results – Springfield Mile II – September 1, 2013
1. S. Texter; 2. C. Johncox; 6. R. Wells; 7. E. Stump

Saddlemen and the AMA Pro Flat Track have a bit of a break with the Round 12 Santa Rosa Mile coming September 29th at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. Learn more about Saddlemen Seats and Luggage at www.saddlemen.com. Get the latest product and racing updates on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Saddlemen has been making high performance seats for racing for over 20 years. During that time some of the world’s fastest racers have fitted their motorcycles with Saddlemen seats, including land speed attempters, flat track racers and road racers. Saddlemen is the Official Seat of AMA Pro Racing.

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