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    Chad Wienen and Thomas Brown do battle at Montreal SupercrossAfter celebrating Chad Wienen’s AMA Pro ATV Motocross championship, Wienen Motorsports is aggressively expanding its race team for the 2013 season.

    “I’m excited for the 2013 season, not only am I looking forward to defending my 2012 AMA ATV Pro MX National Championship but I am excited about bringing fellow Pro rider Thomas Brown underneath the Wienen Motorsports team,” says Wienen. “This season Wienen Motorsports will also be sponsoring Pro-Am rider Bryan Vollmer and Pro-Am/A Class rider Jordan Dummett.”

    Thomas Brown is entering his fifth year as a Pro in the AMA Pro ATV Motocross Champion. He has been racing for thirteen years and was a very accomplished amateur rider. He has finished in the top five overall the past two years in the AMA Pro class and has several podiums to his name. In 2012 Brown only finished out of the top five once and claimed second place at the Montreal Supercross behind Wienen.

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      Can-Am Team Baja 1000Josh Frederick, Jeremie Warnia, Collins Webster, and Jarrod McClure rode their Motoworks / Can-Am DS 450 to victory in the grueling Baja 1000.

      After a 27-hour battle with the most brutal racing terrain the Baja Peninsula of Mexico has to offer, the DS 450 team crossed the finish line ahead of 297 other starters and 1121 miles away from the start line of the Baja 1000 in Ensenada, Mexico.

      “This team was prepared to deliver BRP its first Pro ATV-class victory in over a decade and the first for the DS 450 ATV,” says Jimmie O’Dell, Can-Am off-road race manager. “The dedication by the entire Motoworks team was evident from pre-running to the finish; I am proud that they are an important partner with BRP.”

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        Chad Wienen Traci CeccoYamaha ATV Racers have earned 2012 season championships in motocross and cross-country, from North America to the Southern Hemisphere, all aboard the YFZ450R.

        Yamaha employees gathered outside of the company’s U.S. headquarters in Southern California to celebrate their champions and make their annual Feed the Children food drop along with the Star Touring and Riding Association. This year Yamaha helped raise more than $27,000 through employee donations and corporate fund raising efforts that will provide food and essentials for approximately 2,000 families across the country through next year.

        Among the champions in attendance for the Yamaha celebration and food drop were Chad Wienen and Traci Cecco-Pickens.

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          Any ATV enthusiasts looking to extra storage, a comfortable place to chill out on the trail, or make hauling your ATV easier should look at the latest offering from Moose.

          Rear Lounger Storage Trunk

          Moose Rear Lounger TrunkMoose Utilities Division has created a versatile storage option in the Rear Lounger Storage Trunk that offers riders great storage and the comfort of a padded seat. Fitting most utility ATVs, this trunk is made from rotomolded linear low-density polyethylene with a black textured, UV-resistant finish. The trunk offers 19 gallons of storage, with a single wall body to allow for maximum storage space. The Rear Lounger Storage Trunk features a comfortable closed cell-foam seat pad and arm pads that is perfect for taking a break while out on the trails.

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            Yamaha OHV Access Initiative LogoYamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A.’s, OHV Access Initiative has approved new funding that will help seven different organizations across six states.

            According to Yamaha, these organizations are helping to implement its mission of supporting safe, responsible riding and open, sustainable riding areas through a variety of projects on the ground level. Since its inception in 2008, the Yamaha OHV Access Initiative has funded nearly 200 such projects across the country.

            To date, Yamaha has funded projects in 36 states in pursuit of its goal to support OHV access projects nationwide. This number continues to increase as Yamaha receives quality applications from around the country. New Hampshire received its first Yamaha GRANT (Guaranteeing Responsible Access to our Nation’s Trails) this cycle with funding provided to the North Country ATV club based in North Stratford.

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