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CI Sport and Pro Circuit back Geartec Husqvarna

The new Geartec Husqvarna team have partnered up with CGH Imports and Pro Circuit, as well as CI Sport for Tory Lee, Alpinestar and Renthal. The team’s riders are Elliott Banks-Browne, Luke Norris and Jordan Moxey who will use Pro Circuit products while racing across Europe. CGH Imports will also supply the British team with ARC levers. And CI Sport will supply Troy Lee riding gear and helmets, Alpinestar boots and Renthal bars and sprockets.

Banks-Browne said: “CI Sport will support us with Renthal products and Alpinestars boots, as well as kit and helmets from Troy Lee Designs. To have the backing of such huge brands is great for us and the team’s image.

“And Pro Circuit are one of the biggest names in the sport of motocross, as they manufacturer the highest-quality products. To be associated with such a great brand is great for the team, as it will benefit both the performance and aesthetics! CGH will also support us with ARC levers, which teams such as HRC Honda now use in the USA.”

CI Sport, a recognised distributor within the United Kingdom, give customers and teams access to some of the most exciting products. The Geartec Husqvarna outfit will benefit from that in their maiden season, after aligning themselves with the best brands that sit beneath the CI Sport umbrella.

Troy Lee Designs are known for being a step ahead of the competition, thanks to their innovative designs, and have now evolved into a full-force operation. Elliott Banks-Browne, Luke Norris and Jordan Moxey are a part of that and will sport the various different lines of gear both at home and abroad this year. Each rider will also benefit from the advanced technology, like MIPS, within the TLD helmets.

The Geartec Husqvarna trio will also put faith in Renthal, a brand that have been involved in the sport for more than forty years now. Banks-Browne particularly is excited to align himself with Renthal again, after taking their handlebars to a pair of British titles in 2012 and 2013.


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