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MOTO STUFF Rider Reports

  • Alta @ Ridge




    From Left to right #6 Jeremy Martin - #31 RJ Hampshire - #48 Christian Craig - #57 Jimmy Decotis - #486 Chase Sexton
    For the 10th year in a row the MOTO STUFF BLADE BRAKE SYSTEM is the choice of the premier HONDA satellite team! More news to come as the Team determines which riders will ride the East or West coast rounds of the 2017 SX season!



    The BPR racing team will contest for the West Coast 250 Championship with

    a two-rider effort and will be using the MOTO STUFF BLADE BRAKE SYSTEM for the 3rd year in a row! Scott Champion #76 and Chris Alldredge #58 will ride the 2017 Yamaha

    YZ250F, Ride Motorsports - Home Depot - Yamaha prepared race bikes in the 9-round series. Rick "Bady Boy" Johnson also joins the team this year in the role of rider coach!

  • MCR- MOTO CONCEPTS RACING Selects The MOTO STUFF BLADE BRAKE SYSTEM and Titanium ProPegs for 2017 SX-MX Season


    MCR Announces 2017 Supercross Rider Lineup and Team Changes

    From Left to right: #812 Cameron McAdoo - #10 Justin Brayton - #800 Mike Alessi - #61 Vince Friese - #11 kyle Chisholm

    December 1, 2016 (Spokane, Wash) - MotoConcepts Racing (MCR) is pleased to announce their American Honda supported lineup for the 2017 AMA Supercross season.

    New to the MCR 450 program is world-class veteran rider and 2016 Australian Supercross champion, Justin Brayton who brings momentum and excitement with his recent title win. Brayton has been chosen as one of three Honda supported riders to be aboard the 2017 450.

    Returning to the MCR 450 Supercross program is the tandem of Mike Alessi and second-year 450 Supercross rider Vince Friese. Both riders will begin the season aboard a 2016 Honda CRF450. Both Alessi and Friese exhibited their strength as riders in 2016 with multiple holeshots as well as heat and semi wins and are expected to have continued growth and success in 2017.

    “Since the inception of our team in 2009, we have been doing this successfully on our own with minimal support,” said MCR team owner, Mike Genova. “We have been competitive in both the 250 and 450 class so now, with the support and resources Honda brings to the table we will be an even stronger force. In a year where the available rider pool has more talent than ever before, we’re stoked about our rider lineup. These guys are consistent on and off the track and I have a great deal of respect and appreciation because of that,” said Genova.

    Another exciting change to MCR’s upcoming Supercross program is the addition of a 250 East program. Representing the team aboard a 2017 MCR Honda CRF250 is eighteen- year-old, Iowa native and Monster Cup Amateur All-Star champion, Cameron McAdoo. “Over the past nine months of working with Cameron, he has displayed the work ethic, attitude and perseverance that it takes to be a podium guy. He has natural talent and a strong drive to win,” said Genova. “I’ve seen significant growth in Cameron since joining the MCR program led by Tony Alessi. He’s going to be a guy to watch.”

    MCR has scheduled a rider introduction for December 6th at Honda’s private track in Corona, Calif.

  • MOTO STUFF Blade Brake System dominates the premier class at Loretta Lynn's 2016....... :-)


    Congrats to Moto Stuff Athletes Bradley Taft, Chase Sexton, Cameron Macadoo and Lorenzo Locurcio on thier respective 1st through 4th overall finishes in the 250 A class at Loretta's last month!

    Riders featured in video for reference-
    Bradley Taft # 19

    Carson Brown # 19

    Willy Simons Jr # 19

    Carson Mumford # 22

    Chase Sexton # 22

    Avrie Berry # 36

    Tanner Stack # 38

    Cameron Mcadoo # 81



    Meet MOTO STUFF athlete Willy Simons Jr.

    Fasthouse Local - Willy Simons Jr. from Fasthouse on Vimeo.

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  • MOTO STUFF Riders Featured in RACER-X Article: 250 Words by Steve Matthes- Waiting Game......

    RJ Hampshire. Jordon Smith. Jordon Hampshire. RJ Smith. The two GEICO Honda riders often confused with each other are also linked at the hip under the team’s awning. Their careers have run parallel with each other. Both turned with GEICO Honda around the same time (Hampshire three races at the end of 2014, Smith made his debut the next year), both have front running speed on certain days, they’re both from the same amateur class and most importantly, they both have the potential to be stars in the sport. Both have recently re-signed with the team.

    GEICO Honda is hoping that one, if not both, of them will break out this summer or in 2017 and reward the team for its patience. The funny thing about these two friends is that at one time, they had a bitter rivalry.

    “He didn’t like me at all!” laughs Hampshire. “It was mainly just because, well, I got a GEICO ride in amateurs and we were racing each other full-time. He never beat me once I got the ride. So it wasn’t good until, I think, our first supercross together. But we’re really tight now—every weekend we’re together. We both have the same struggles so we relate to each other pretty well.”

    “It was one of those things where I think it was the first time that GEICO had two amateurs in the same class,” says Smith about the initial “issues” the two had. “We were two guys who were fast, had the same bikes and wanted to go to the same place. It was a competition.”

    On the outside, the similarities are easy to see: both have the ability to go very, very fast at times but have a hard time keeping those results consistent. Both riders have hit the box in 250SX, both riders have led races and have a plethora of top tens to their name.

    Jordon Smith
    Like Hampshire, Smith has shown a ton of speed early in his career, but hasn't figured out the consistency part yet.

    Smith’s capable of reaching another level that Hampshire can’t get to, but he’s got a hard time keeping it on two wheels. Hampshire is steadier and produces more consistent finishes. Both riders have also dealt with injuries. At the Red Bull Straight Rhythm event last year, Hampshire knocked himself out and was a question mark for the Monster Energy Supercross season. He recovered and had a good year.
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  • MOTO STUFF Amateur Athlete Carson Mumford grabs 2 tickets to Lorettas at our local Washougal LLQ!

    June 9, 2016
    MOTO STUFF Athlete Carson Mumford was up at Washougal for the LLQ a few weeks ago and scored a few tickets to the ranch. Carson rides a highly modified HONDA CRF 150R. MOTO STUFF worked with the GEICO Team to develop a brake system to match the fire breathing fuel injected thumper they built!. The 250mm Big Red Blade kit is now available on our site here MOTO STUFF Big Red Kit fo rCRF 150R www.motostuff.com ‪#‎brakesreinvented‬ ‪#‎bladerevolution‬ ‪#‎roadtolorettas2016‬ @carsonmumford @austinblack_55 @fchondaweb3-160501.Carson_Mumfordweb-160501.Carson_Mumford.js-(57-of-76)web2-160501.Carson_Mumfordweb-150r-4webweb-150r-blade--1webweb-4160501.Carson_Mumfordweb-150r-2web

  • MOTO STUFF Athletes and The Blade Braking System

  • NW MOTO STUFF Athlete Tristan Charboneau makes a strong Pro Debut at Hangtown National

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