INSIDE CARSON MUMFORD’S FACTORY FILL-IN PRO CIRCUIT KX250 RACE BIKE
INSIDE CARSON MUMFORD’S FACTORY PRO CIRCUIT KAWASAKI KX250 RACE BIKE
The Pro Circuit Kawasaki team has had a rough bout with injuries this season, Austin Forkner got hurt at the Anaheim 1 Supercross opener, then Seth Hammaker and Jo Shimoda both got hurt before the 250 East series started and then Cameron McAdoo got hurt just before Round 12 at Glendale. Chris Blose stepped in for Shimoda and Hammaker on the East Coast as the lone Pro Circuit rider for the first six rounds. Then, Jo Shimoda made his season debut after his collarbone injury with a fourth at Atlanta this past weekend. Austin Forkner is out for a while with a torn ACL and Carson Mumford switched from his original BarX Suzuki ride when the Pro Circuit team gave him a call. As for Hammaker and McAdoo, Seth is still recovering from a wrist injury and Cameron McAdoo will be out for a while after having surgery on his shoulder to repair a torn labrum, an injury that can keep a rider off the bike for four to six months.
For our latest Inside the Pro’s Bikes video, Motocross Action’s Travis Fant met with mechanic Tony Archer to review Carson Mumford’s Factory Pro Circuit Kawasaki KX250. Tony was originally assigned to Austin Forkner for the season, and now Carson is riding Austin’s bike. This race bike features GPS, custom shroud mods, an electric water pump, titanium axles, a custom clutch cover, Hinson clutches, a reinforced muffler bracket (off the KX450SR), and more. Pro Circuit offers some of the coolest parts on their bikes and a large majority of them you can buy for your bike.