The Goods – Perks of Being a Professional ATV Racer

Seth Fargher
by Seth Fargher
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the goods perks of being a professional atv racer
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It may not always pay to be an ATV racer, but most top professionals get a pile of free products from their sponsors to help with their programs. Here are a few photos of just some of the perks that top professionals receive from their sponsors. The rest of us can wish, right?

Just got some fresh @scottmotosports. Thanks @jtknowles38

A photo posted by Chris Borich (@chrisborich) on Jan 24, 2016 at 8:27am PST

@csttiresusa always got my back!!!! Thank you for everything you do for my program

A photo posted by Adam McGill (@adamkmcgill) on Jul 14, 2015 at 2:36pm PDT

Pumped to announce the move over to @goldspeedproducts ! We’ve had the same wheel company for 10 years and things got stale. I’m thankful for those 10 years, but also eager to build a long term relationship with @goldspeedproducts . Thank you guys for taking me in mid season, now let’s go win together!

A photo posted by Walker Fowler (@walker_fowler) on Jun 8, 2016 at 7:17pm PDT

Huge props to the people at @cp_carrillo for producing the best Pistons and Rods for our @wienenmotorsports race machines.

A photo posted by Chad Wienen (@44wienen) on Jan 21, 2016 at 8:07am PST

Check these sweet @fwcarbon seat cover out! ness

A photo posted by Thomas Brown (@tbrown84) on Feb 9, 2016 at 6:05pm PST

I can always count on @ansrracing to keep me looking good.

A photo posted by Johnny Hale (@jh_racing) on Jul 8, 2016 at 4:37pm PDT

Seth Fargher
Seth Fargher

Growing up in Oregon, most of Seth's involvement in the powersports world was limited to what he saw in magazines and videos. Following a brief stint in the corporate world, Seth took a flying leap (literally) and moved to California to pursue a career in freestyle motocross. Though short lived, the opportunity immersed him in the industry and is now a well-established off-road writer.

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