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FLY Racing and Kryptek Unite to Redefine Adventure Apparel

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FLY Racing, a leading action-adventure apparel brand for motocross, street, BMX, MTB, ADV, snow, and watercraft riders, has joined forces with Kryptek, the epitome of technical hunting clothing with a strong military heritage, to introduce a thrilling fusion of style and performance to the world of outdoor sports apparel.

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In its 25th year, FLY Racing is celebrated for its relentless pursuit of innovation, consistently delivering high-quality products designed to elevate rider performance and safety. From helmets to jerseys, pants to gloves, boots to goggles, and protective gear, FLY Racing is renowned for its cutting-edge technology and meticulous attention to detail. Combining functionality with fashion, FLY Racing’s products are designed to not only perform exceptionally but also make a striking statement on the track or the street.

Kryptek, deeply rooted in tactical military apparel attributes, has redefined technical and tactical outdoor adventure apparel. With combat-tested features and designs proven in the harshest environments under the most extreme conditions, Kryptek caters to outdoor adventurers who demand top-notch quality and uncompromising performance from their gear. This dedication to excellence forged in combat has been honed through real-world experience.

In this landmark partnership, Kryptek has licensed the use of its proprietary camouflage patterns to be featured on select FLY Racing apparel, offering outdoor enthusiasts an opportunity to embrace the essence of both brands.

FLY Racing introduces Kryptek’s iconic camouflage patterns to its off-road product line, thus appealing to a broader demographic. Simultaneously, Kryptek’s loyal following in the hunting and fishing community now has the opportunity to explore FLY Racing’s world of power sports apparel.

Key products include the 2024 F-16 riding wear, Kinetic S.E. helmet, and Focus goggles, all featuring Kryptek’s renowned camouflage patterns. These products represent a harmonious blend of style and performance, providing riders with the ultimate off-road adventure kit.

Chip Jones, Sr. Director North American Apparel at FLY Racing, expressed enthusiasm for the partnership, stating, “We are excited to combine FLY Racing’s passion for performance with Kryptek’s proven tactical expertise and style. This collaboration will offer riders a blend of functionality and fashion that sets a new standard in the industry.”

Anthony Armsby, Sr. Director of Marketing, also shared his thoughts: “Our partnership with Kryptek will allow us to reach a wider audience of adventure seekers. We believe that the marriage of their camouflage patterns with FLY Racing’s motocross gear will bring a unique and appealing product to outdoor enthusiasts.”

Tim Piver, Chief Executive Officer of Kryptek said, “Kryptek’s advanced proprietary designs are a great fit with FLY Racing and we are proud to partner with this exceptional brand.”

With shared user demographics the collaboration extends the influence of both brands, ultimately benefiting riders and outdoor enthusiasts. This co-branded riding gear promises to redefine adventure apparel and raise the bar for outdoor enthusiasts. The products from this exciting partnership are available in dealerships now.

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About FLY Racing
For 25 years, FLY Racing has been at the forefront of apparel and equipment design. Motocross, street motorcycle, bicycle and snow machines, ATV/UTV, it is one of the most well-known brands in the power sports industry.

About Kryptek
Kryptek is a technical clothing line built on tactical military apparel attributes. Providing combat proven features and design for the ultimate in high-performance technical outdoor apparel. From the battlefield to the backcountry, Krpytek’s singular and unique camouflage designs are recognized around the world.


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Stark Future, a leading innovator in Performance Electric Motorcycles and Technology, is excited to announce the finalization of a 25 million euro credit facility with Big Bets, one of the leading start-up investors and active backer of successful repeat entrepreneurs.

This strategic financing represents a significant milestone for Stark Future and will serve as crucial working capital, empowering the company to further expand its production capacity and accelerate its ambitious goals for the global phenomenon the Stark VARG electric motocross bike.

The credit facility agreement underscores Stark Future’s commitment to sustainable and forward-thinking initiatives, solidifying its position as a frontrunner in the electric mobility sector. The funds will be directed toward bolstering production capabilities, optimizing manufacturing processes, and advancing research and development endeavors related to the Stark VARG.

Big Bets has been a shareholder in Stark for two years and has closely monitored the remarkable progress and development of the business. Anton Gauffin, Founding Partner of Big Bets, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “We have high conviction in Stark Future and we find the journey seen so far, the story of Mr. Anton Wass as one of the most remarkable founder stories we have ever encountered. So there definitely is a story and logical reasons why and how Stark Future is now doing incredible innovation and for us this partnership marks a significant step forward in our shared vision for Stark Future. We are committed to supporting its high growth trajectory and contributing to its success in the electric motorcycle industry.”

Anton Wass, CEO of Stark Future, commented, “We are delighted to strengthen our partnership with Big Bets, a valued partner that shares our vision for innovation and sustainability. This credit facility will provide us with the necessary resources to drive our expansion and solidify our position as a leader in the electric motorcycle market.”

Reflecting on the collaboration, Anton Wass further added, “We at Stark are very glad to further expand the cooperation with Anton and his team, in order to continue to grow Stark Future into the electric leader of the motorcycle industry.”

The agreement between Big Bets and Stark Future signifies a mutual commitment to driving innovation and sustainability in the electric vehicle market. With this additional substantial financial backing, Stark Future is poised to revolutionize the off-road industry, offering riders unparalleled performance, versatility, and sustainability.

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Major High Street brands back VMXdN Foxhill




We are proud to announce that we have secured sponsorship from high profile retail giant ‘The Range’ for the 2024 event.

Chris Dawson, founder & chairman, the mogul behind these brands is an ex-rider and lifelong hardcore motocross fan – he hasn’t missed one VMXdN meeting and has been so impressed with the standard of the Vets events he immediately wanted to get involved to help elevate the promotion and professionalism.

The Range is a huge retailer, selling great brands in all areas of the home, garden & leisure sector including everyday consumables such as food, cleaning, and laundry products; most stores also have a huge Iceland food store within.

Late last year The Range acquired the brand of the much loved, value retailer Wilko and are rapidly opening Wilko stores as well as having launched their on-line platform which sells a huge amounts of original and popular Wilko products across gardening, pets, DIY, paint, and much more.

It is clear that thousands of the everyday motocross community will be familiar with and shop with these brands, we are delighted at what a great fit their new sponsor is to the sport; especially considering Chris Dawson’s lifelong affiliation with the sport.

The Range will support the event across the board and will be a huge boost in helping promote VMXdN Foxhill. They will also be having event promotions in store with a specific range of MX related items.

During the build-up to the event, The Range will provide a VMXdN Foxhill ‘event specific’ click and collect offer, where people can order on-line and then collect from the ‘on-site’ Range collection truck at Foxhill. There will also be goods available to buy on the day, such as camping chairs, tables, air beds, pop up tents, BBQs, picnic products and much more.

We are really excited about the ‘Show’N’Shine’ this year, which is to be held on Friday, August 23rd, the prizes will be donated by The Range and will be rather special to say the least!

There is plenty more in store – visit the website to read the full press release

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EnduroGP World Championship 2024 – Valpaços Portugal




Over the weekend the Enduro World Championship made its stop at Valpaços in Portugal for the second round of the 2024 season, drawing a packed crowd.

The Portuguese GP saw the riders competing on a course of around 48 km masterfully designed by the Motoclub Usprigozus Clube TT de Vilarandelo, and consisting of three special tests to be repeated four times a day, for a total of twenty-two tests over the entire race weekend (three PS the first three laps and two PS the fourth lap). The stage opened with a very technical 1.7 km of Natural Extreme Test with challenging and rocky passages, followed by a technical and not very fast Enduro Test of 5.6 km on predominantly hard terrain, and at the end of the lap a Cross Test inside the Valpaços motocross track, for a total of 4.6 km.

Brad Freeman, still not in top form due to the virus contracted in the previous stage, pulled out all the stops to gain as many points as possible. On the opening day he won in his E3 Class and finished 4th in the EnduroGP Overall. On the following day, despite the high temperatures, the fatigue of two consecutive race weekends and the severe pain from the injury to his still unhealed hand, the rider again took the 1st position in the E3 class.

Nathan Watson‘s weekend, on the other hand, did not get off to the best of starts. After a crash during the SuperTest on Friday evening, he recorded a zero on Saturday due to a forced retirement after a crash on the third pass of the Enduro Test and the resulting broken handlebars. On the following day, Nathan rode an incredible race, recording excellent times in all special stages and finishing 2nd in the E2 Class. It was a pity that he made two mistakes, which prevented him from getting on the podium also in the overall Enduro GP Class, which he finished in 4th position, same placement in the Championship Standings.

Worth mentioning are the good performances of the young riders in the Youth Class: the brothers Maxime Clauzier and Clement Clauzier of Team Atomic Moto who finished 6th and 8th respectively on Saturday, 5th and 7th on Sunday; Alex Puey of Team Trueba who finished 5th on Saturday and 6th on Sunday. Also of note was the young Luca Piersigilli, Team Entrophy, who finished 9th in the race on Sunday.

As for the Junior category, worth of note are the Team OX Moto riders: Leo Joyon 3rd both on Saturday and Sunday in the Junior 1 Class and Antoine Alix 3rd on Saturday and 4th on Sunday in the Junior 2 Class.

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