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Cantina Exclusive: Bikernet Weekly News for July 11, 2019

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Call to Action! This is your chance to help Freedom and Choice Ring

It’s amazing, in a world gone nuts with regulation, one state is considering freedom. Check it out, in the news. Missouri has an adult helmet repeal in front of their Governor. Did you know about half of our states have adult freedom and in most cases free states have a better accident record than states with helmet laws.

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Yamaha Previews Activities for Laguna Seca MotoAmerica and World Superbike Race Weekend

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Yamaha to Host Special Presentation for the Next Evolution of R World

MARIETTA, Ga. – July 10, 2019 – Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA, will host a special presentation for the next evolution of R World this upcoming weekend at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in Salinas, California during the MotoAmerica Championship of Monterey and FIM Superbike World Championship. Fans in attendance will have plenty to experience between races, including new model displays, demo rides, and photo and autograph opportunities.

The Yamaha R World presentation will take place at the Yamaha Racing tent next to the Monster Energy/Yamalube/Yamaha Factory Racing Superbike Team transporter in the MotoAmerica paddock at 11:45 a.m. on Saturday, July 13. From July 12 through 14, Yamaha will also feature various displays and demos, and select Yamaha apparel including jerseys, shirts, jackets, helmets, and gifts available for sale at, “The Marketplace.”

Display hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day, and Yamaha motorcycles  featured will include the NIKEN GT, MT-07, MT-09, MT-10, Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition YZF-R3, YZF-R6, YZ65, YZ85, YZ450F, YZ125X, YZ250X, YZ250FX, TT-R110E, and PW50.

Demo hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m Friday through Saturday, and 10:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m. on Sunday. To demo the Yamaha YZF-R3, XSR700, or MT-07 riders must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid motorcycle license (permits are not allowed), a DOT-approved helmet, long pants, enclosed shoes, a shirt, and eye protection. To experience the YZF-R6, NIKEN, NIKEN GT, Tracer 900GT, FJR1300, Super Ténéré, MT-09, MT-10, or XSR900 riders must be at least 25 years-old.

Yamaha will also be offering an exclusive three-day promotional package available as an upgrade at the track. Tickets include:
·       3 Day General Admission and Paddock Ticket
·       Open Grandstand Seats
·       Preferred Motorcycle Parking
·       Yamaha Parade Lap
·       Swag Bag (Limited to the first 50 packages sold)
·       Yamaha Hat (Limited to the following 50 packages sold)

R World is Calling
Yamaha has a rich heritage of building the most sought after Supersport motorcycles designed to deliver the pinnacle of performance on and off the track. From the rider-friendly YZF-R3 to the competition-focused YZF-R1M, the Yamaha R-series model lineup provides options for riders of all skill levels to experience the pure exhilaration of R World.

For more information related to all Yamaha products, visit https://www.yamahamotorsports.com.

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Monster Energy® Kawasaki Thrills Passionate RedBud Fans

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Foothill Ranch, Calif. (July 7, 2019) – Round 7 of the 2019 AMA Pro Motocross Championship returned to Buchanan, Michigan for the 45th annual RedBud National over the 4th of July weekend. With arguably the most energetic crowd of the entire series, the RedBud faithful donned their red, white and blue attire while chanting Monster Energy® Kawasaki rider Eli Tomac’s name after he captured his third overall 450MX victory of the season, and the fans continued on for Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider Adam Cianciarulo as he earned second overall in the 250MX class.

As the rowdy crowd lined the fence for 450MX Moto 1, Tomac fired out of the gate in third and began his mission to take over the lead. On Lap 3, Tomac capitalized on the momentum of an outside line to make the move around his competition into second and then followed up with another pass for the lead in that same section of the track on the very next lap. Tomac went on to lead the remaining 13 laps to grab the checkers with a 6.3-second gap on the rest of the field for his sixth moto win of the season.

As the gate dropped on the second moto, Tomac began his charge from seventh position. After reaching fourth by Lap 5, Tomac found himself stuck behind one of his competitors for the next seven laps before catching a second wind and laying down the fastest lap time (2:08.3) of the moto. With two laps remaining, Tomac managed to pass one other rider before crossing the finish line in second, earning the overall victory (1-2) and further extending his lead in the 450MX championship points standings to 34.

After a respectable qualifying result of fifth to start the day, Joey Savatgy faced adversity in both motos, finishing the day 38th overall (38-34). Despite his best efforts and starting within the top-10 in both motos, Savatgy was forced to withdraw early from both races; in Moto 1 after colliding with another competitor and again in Moto 2 following a crash with a few laps remaining while running in sixth.

Not only were the fans displaying their American pride, but the entire Monster Energy Kawasaki team sported special team hats, graphics on the race bikes, and riding gear, while Savatgy took it to the next level by arriving to the pits with red, white and blue hair.

The defending back-to-back champion and the rest of the Monster Energy Kawasaki team will take a week off, as Round 8 of the 2019 AMA Pro Motocross Championship will pick up on July 20th in Millville, Minnesota for the Spring Creek National.

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Moto 1 in the 250MX class saw Cianciarulo wedged off the track in the opening lap of the moto but he managed to stick it out and reenter the track quickly. By Lap 7, Cianciarulo reached third just before dropping to fourth a few laps later. With just two laps remaining, Cianciarulo capitalized on a competitor’s misfortune with their bike, allowing him to finish third. At the conclusion of the moto, Cianciarulo was penalized two positions by race officials for not decelerating when running off the track on the opening lap, moving him back to fifth.

As the gate dropped on 250MX Moto 2, Cianciarulo shot out of the gate aboard his KX™250, positioning himself in fifth. At the halfway point of the moto, Cianciarulo had reached third but wouldn’t stop there and made his final pass on Lap 12 to reach the finish line in second. Cianciarulo’s 5-2 score placed him on the podium with second overall and he continues to lead the 250MX Class standings with a 25-point advantage.

After riding through the morning practice session and qualifying 11th, Martin Davalos and the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team decided he would not line up for motos that afternoon. Davalos has been struggling with lingering injuries throughout the season and after reevaluating his condition that morning, the group decided it was best he sit out in order to focus on the healing process. Davalos will follow up with the doctor later in the week for an updated status.

Klock Werks Pre-Sturgis Press Release

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Hey gang,

In 2018 the World’s Only Corn Palace brought the Klock Werks Annual Pre-Sturgis Party to Main Street of Mitchell, SD.

Those in attendance witnessed Cole Freeman jump his 850 lb. Harley-Davidson Road Glide an unexpected 99’ 11”. That’s right, just one inch shy of 100 feet! There were over 1 million views of the video in just 24 hours!

We have teamed up once again with the Corn Palace to bring the fun back downtown. Join us on Thursday, August 1st from 5-10 pm for the Palace City Pre-Sturgis Party.

Cole Freeman is back again this year!! We’re not suggesting he will do anything as ridiculous as last year, but he definitely has something up his sleeve…

The music will be located to the east of the Scoreboard this year on the newly nicknamed Corn Palace Jam PadLotShelby Lee Lowe will bring his country style all the way from Nashville courtesy of our friends at Jack Daniel’s, and the night will be capped off with local favorite – and former Nashville singer – Dustin Evans.

The team at Klock Werks has teamed up with clothing sensation Dixxon Flannel and will be debuting the exclusive Klock Werks Flannel Colorway at the Pre-Sturgis Party! Known for their fit, comfort, and quality the Dixxon special editions have become collectibles. The creator of Dixxon Flannel, Danny himself and his beautiful wife Nicole will even be in town for the launch and word is there are people planning on being at the Pre-Sturgis Party from as far away as Boston to get theirs. It’s something you definitely won’t want to miss!

Once again we will welcome back the local car enthusiasts with free downtown parking as they show off their wares between 5th and 4th Street. Let’s fill all of Main and invite a friend who has a cool or unique car. The block on 5th Street west of Main will be reserved for the UTV Werks Show and Shine entries and of course bikes will have special parking as the feature of the evening.

  • Once again the Jack Daniel’s beverage garden will keep everyone refreshed. Catch up with friends, and make new ones, on 6th Street.
  • For those that rode into town, the therapists from Integrated Massage Solutions will be on hand.
  • There will be great food vendors filling the parking lot with great food for your tastebuds.
  • The Mayor will take the stage early in the evening and present the Keys to the City to a couple of fortunate people. There will be a proclamation and expect some industry celebrities to be in town for the party!!

New this year you’ll find Drag Specialties present to answer questions on parts new and old, expect some fun fromJ&L Harley-Davidson and full support from Law Tigers.

Fun for all ages – motorcyclist or not – there is something for everyone to enjoy and partake in during this annual event. Whether it’s the people, the music, the food or the camaraderie that draws you to the heart of Mitchell, SD – don’t you dare miss this year’s Palace City Pre-Sturgis Party!

p.s. Make sure to RSVP as ‘going’ on the Facebook Event (check out the link below). Doing this will ensure that you’re one of the first to find out what else gets added to this epic event!

https://www.facebook.com/events/422981644964427

Bikernet Weekly News for 4th of July

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There’s Always Freedom in the Air in America

It’s Thursday. And we are celebrating the Declaration of Independence that we are all equal and deserve happiness.

At the end of the day, it’s up to man to set and enforce morals. We have the capabilities to do everything right. As a brother said as we snorted lines and drank whiskey, “Time will tell and shit will smell.”

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Mad Max and High Fives All Around

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Quite a bit has been going on here at Air-Tech, lots of new molds for new products, an awesome KZ build for a Mad Max reunion, and great race results from Air-Tech equipped racers…

Bike builder Scott Horwood was invited to display his awesome Max replica, using our bodywork, at a reunion of cast members from the original 1979 movie…

Check out Goose, Fifi, Jessie, Cundalini, and Johnny the Boy next to Scott’s bike… great job Scott ! ! !

Those of you newsletter subscribers know we don’t do a lot of sales…“High Fives” to those of you that took advantage of our Memorial Day sale and saved tons of dough!

You long term subscribers know our July 4th sale will be our last until Black Friday, right after thanksgiving…

Now’s the time to save BIG and finally get that long term project finished up to enjoy this riding season..

Give us a call on Wednesday the 3rd, or Friday the 5th, and use
USE PROMO CODE “hi5=30” to get 30% OFF
(normal people only get 20%)

Our mailing address is:
AirTech Streamlining
2530 Fortune Way
Vista, CA 92081-8441

Polaris Slingshot Invites You to Win a Trip to Hawaii During The “Summer of Fun”

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Win a trip to Maui for you and a +1 and experience the Road to Hana by test driving a Slingshot!

Costa Mesa (June 21, 2019)- Polaris Slinghsot, the three wheeled autocycle that is a hit to look at and a dream to drive is the key to your trip to Hawaii this summer. Slingshot is offering a trip to Maui, Hawaii during their “Summer of Fun” sweepstakes. The Sweepstakes start June 21st and end September 22nd. To enter, all prospective Slingshot owners must test drive a Slingshot at a participating dealership to get their name in the drawing.

Slingshot owners can also enter the sweepstakes by posting on their social media and tagging Slingshot. Each post will enter your name into the sweepstakes, there is a limit of one entry per month. Slingshot owners and Slingshot prospects will be entered in separate categories of the sweepstakes to avoid conflict.

With four distinct models, the 2019 Slingshot lineup takes style, technology, and comfort to a whole new level. Select 2019 models feature the seven-inch touchscreen RideCommand® infotainment system with turn-by-turn navigation, while all Slingshot models are powered by a 2.4L GM engine that creates 173 horsepower and 166 ft-lbs of torque. Slingshot’s 2019 lineup includes four models: the S, SL, SLR, and Grand Touring. Pricing ranges from $20,999 (S) to $30,999 (Grand Touring).

Owners can personalize their Slingshot with a variety of Slingshot Engineered Accessories, including the revolutionary Slingshade®, a color-matched top offering superb rider comfort and sun protection.  Also available are interior upgrades and technology enhancements, such as Rockford Fosgate® audio, Ride Command® infotainment system, wind deflectors, and storage bags. For the ultimate customization, most accessories are available in a variety of factory color-matched options.

For more information about Slingshot, or to find a dealer, visit PolarisSlingshot.com. Follow Slingshot on social media: Facebook.com/PolarisSlingshot, @Slingshot on Twitter and @PolarisSlingshot on Instagram. For information on Polaris Adventures and Slingshot rental locations, visit Adventures.Polaris.com.

About Polaris Slingshot

Polaris Slingshot®, a product of Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII), is a three-wheeled motorcycle that delivers a ride like nothing else you’ve ever experienced.  The Slingshot is powered by a 2.4-liter engine with a five-speed manual transmission and comes in a variety of models that will leave you grinning from ear-to-ear.  To learn more, visit www.PolarisSlingshot.com.

Slingshot® is a three-wheeled motorcycle. It is not an automobile and does not meet automotive safety standards. Drivers should always wear helmets and seat belts. Three wheeled vehicles may handle differently than other vehicles, especially in wet conditions. Always wear a DOT approved full face helmet and fasten seat belts. Driver may need a valid motorcycle endorsement. Rider licensing requirements vary by state. Check your state’s requirements before driving. Don’t drink and drive. Unless noted, trademarks are the property of Polaris Industries Inc. © Polaris Industries Inc.

Monster Energy® Kawasaki Finds Success in the Sands of Southwick

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Foothill Ranch, Calif. (June 30, 2019) – Monster Energy®/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider Adam Cianciarulo conquered the sandy hills of Southwick at Round 6 of the 2019 AMA Pro Motocross Championship as he captured his fifth overall win of the season finishing 1-2 in the motos, while Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Eli Tomac earned his sixth overall podium finish in third (2-3), both extending their lead in the championship points standings.

As the gate dropped on 250MX Moto 1, Cianciarulo kicked off his conquest by grabbing his first holeshot of the season aboard his KX™250 and taking off with the lead. Having yet to win the first moto at any round this season, Cianciarulo went on to lead every lap and capture his first Moto 1 victory with an 11-second margin of victory.

Moto 2 saw another solid ride from Cianciarulo as he grabbed his second holeshot of the day and began his charge. After fiercely defending the lead for the first half of the moto, the Florida native played it safe to cross the finish line in second, knowing a 1-2 moto score awarded him the overall and extended his points lead in the championship to 23. Veteran rider Martin Davalos had a rough day at The Wick and was unable to complete the second moto following a crash on Lap 4 and finished the day 33rd overall (22-40).

The win marks Cianciarulo’s sixth overall victory of his career, five of which have come this season alone.

“I’m so pumped to get another overall win under my belt. Both motos started out perfectly after nailing the holeshots, and I was able to gap the field in the first moto. This competition is tough though, so I ended up losing the lead in the second moto. I’m proud of the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team and what we’ve been able to accomplish so far this season. We’re all looking forward to keeping this momentum going into the last half of the season.” – Adam Cianciarulo

“This weekend was difficult for me for sure. The high physical demands of this track got the best of me and I had a few good get-offs, but I won’t give up. That’s not in my blood. Hopefully things come together next weekend at RedBud and we’ll keep pushing forward.” – Martin Davalos

In the 450MX class, Tomac and Joey Savatgy lined up at the gate side by side aboard their KX™450 motorcycles, ready to take on the 40-rider field. As the gate dropped on Moto 1, Tomac and Savatgy shot out in front in second and sixth, respectively. Tomac fell back a few positions after the first turn but quickly made moves into third by the end of the first lap, while Savatgy ran into some mechanical issues forcing him to pull out of the race. Tomac continued to charge for the front, eventually making a pass into second on Lap 8, where he would go on to cross the finish line.

In Moto 2 Tomac started just inside the top-10,. creating a greater challenge to find the front. The points leader didn’t let that slow him down as he quickly began to make his way around the other riders, reaching third place by Lap 7. Tomac worked hard to maneuver around lappers and continued on to finish third in the moto for third overall (2-3). Savatgy had a strong start to Moto 2 but struggled to find his pace on the challenging sand track. Once he found the lines he was comfortable with and established his flow, he was able to push forward from 10th to finish eighth for 13th overall (36-8).

Tomac entered the day with only a 6-point lead in the championship standings but his consistency continues to pay off and his strong rides in the sand this weekend earned him a 26-point cushion and marks the first time in 2019 a rider will sit atop the 450MX class standings for consecutive races.

“Today ended up being a little tougher than I anticipated. The heat combined with the tough demands of a sand track and constantly being pelted with sand and rocks wore me out. I’m happy to be leaving with another podium finish and the points lead. Now that we’re heading into the second half of the season, I’m going to remain focused on this championship and keep striving for those overall wins.” – Eli Tomac

“The first moto didn’t turn out the way we wanted but I’m glad things came together for the second. The team and I have been working so hard to get back to where we need to be and dial things in in order to be ready on race day, so I’m disappointed that my overall finish wasn’t better. We’ll regroup and give it another shot next weekend at RedBud.” – Joey Savatgy