DUBYA SIGNS TEDESCO, HILL, HANSEN AND PARTRIDGE FOR THE 2012 SUPERCROSS SERIES

December 15, 2011
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    Dubya USA has announced that they will be providing their Talon/D.I.D wheelsets to Dodge Motorsports/Sycuan Casino/Hart & Huntington racers Ivan Tedesco, Josh Hill, Josh Hansen and Kyle Partridge for the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship.

    “We’re happy to have the Dodge Motorsports/Sycuan Casino/Hart & Huntington team on board for the 2012 supercross season,” said Dubya USA’s John Anderson. “They have a talented group of riders this year, and we’re looking forward to helping them fight for the title.”

    “We are looking forward to continuing our partnership with Dubya for our Talon/DID wheelsets,” said Dodge Motorsports/Sycuan Casino/Hart & Huntington Team Manager Kenny Watson. “We have worked with the crew at Dubya for over 4 years and we couldn’t be happier with their product and service.”

    The Dodge Motorsports/Sycuan Casino/Hart & Huntington team has opted to use Dubya’s Talon/D.I.D wheelsets for the 2012 season, which combine ultra-light carbon hubs from Talon Engineering with D.I.D’s Dirt Star STX rims for strength and durability. Each wheelset is hand built by one of Dubya’s experienced wheel builders in their shop in Orange, California, and is guaranteed to deliver pro-level performance under even the harshest conditions.

    The season opener for the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship will take place at Anaheim Stadium in southern California on January 7th. For more information about the 2012 Supercross season, check out www.supercrossonline.com.

    For more info about these and other products from Dubya USA, head over to www.dubyausa.com. You can also get the latest updates on Dubya products by liking them on facebook at www.facebook.com/dubyausa, or by following them on twitter at www.twitter.com/dubyausa.

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