Fly Racing Sector Motocross Boot | Product Spotlight

January 28th, 2015

Fly Racing has been in the motocross game a long  time and is regarded as one of the top companies when it comes to motocross racing gear. The last couple years they have set out to not only become a player in the high end gear segment, but to dominate it.  Nothing seems more evident than their latest offering, the Sector motocross boot. Perfect for riders hitting the track or the trails, the Sector is ready for the challenge.

Fly Racing Sector Boot

The Sector boot represents Fly Racing’s entry in to the premium off-road boot segment and has packed this boot with features and technology from every Fly Racing product. Designed in conjunction with TCX, the Fly Sector boot features safety innovations to keep you out on the track. A torsion control protection system that reduces the risk of ankle injury by restricting the excessive backward /forwards and sideways foot torsion while allowing the necessary freedom of movement. The Sector boot comes in two colors and sizes 7-13US.

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ISAW Extreme Action Camera | Product Spotlight

January 22nd, 2015

The Newest Action Camera for Your Adventures

If you are looking for a camera to capture your adventures, it is even easier than ever with the newest action camera on the market, the ISAW Extreme Action Camera. What better way to share your experiences on the track, trail, mountain or out in the desert than with an action camera designed for your ultimate adventures.  This high level POV camera provides broadcast quality to showcase your adventures the best way possible and is what the ISAW cameras are all about.

 

ISAW Extreme Action Camera

The ISAW Extreme is an pro quality HD helmet cam worthy of your adventures.

 

With two cameras to choose from, the ISAW Extreme and the Advance, you can now choose just how serious you want to take your filming. While the Advance will meet the needs for most weekend warriors, the upgrade to the extreme comes with a Wi-Fi feature and the latest technology that will satisfy the needs of professional filming. The camera’s are so good, they are the official camera of Team BTO Sports!

 

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Team BTO Sports A2 Race Report | Supercross 2015

January 19th, 2015

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Camarillo, CA (Jan.18, 2015) – Team BTO Sports headed back to Anaheim, CA for round three of the 2015 Monster Energy Supercross Series at Angels Stadium of Anaheim. Riders Andrew Short and Justin Brayton came in prepared to run up front Saturday night, but it proved to be a tough night for both riders and team.

Andrew Short - Team BTO Sports Anaheim 2

Andrew Short had his starts dialed at A2. Photos: DocWeedon

Andrew Short came in ready to continue his string of strong rides and posted the 19th fastest time of the day on the technical track. He was on the gas during his heat race, as he blasted out of the gate in front of the pack taking the holeshot. Short would battle tough up front, finishing 3rd and transferring to the main. Short would once again use the power of his FMF Racing 4.1 RCT exhaust system in the main event to start at the front of the field, taking the early lead. His race changed in an instant as he would go down hard in a technical rhythm section, ending his night.

“It’s not the way you want to end the night” said Short. “I hit the deck hard but I am at least healthy. The team is working hard and will come back to fight another day.”

Justin Brayton - Team BTO Sports Anaheim 2

Justin Brayton was on the gas at A2.

Justin Brayton came in ready to turn it up this weekend and found the fast line through the tough track, posting the 9th fastest time of the day. After finishing 8th in his heat race, Justin would go into the semi to qualify for the main event. He would fight strong throughout the race, putting himself in 4th place and a position to transfer into the main. A misstep in the treacherous whoops sent Justin down to the ground hard. He would walk off the track, but would not return for the rest of the night.

 

“It was tough tonight” said team manager Forrest Butler. “We are looking forward and will come back stronger next weekend.”

 

For more information onthe BTO Sports-KTM-WPS race team, visit www.btosportsracing.com
Follow and share the team on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook: @teambtosports

 

Thank you to the BTO Sports-KTM-WPS 2015 team sponsors:
BTOSports.com , KTM.com , Wps-inc.com,  Palmettomotorsports.com

BTO Sports, KTM, WPS, KTM Factory Services, Palmetto Motorsports, FLY Racing, FMF Racing, Bel-Ray, Bubba Burger,Pirelli,  Alpinestars, ODI, Scott, Galfer, Talon, Dubya, ISAW Action Cameras, WP Factory Service, Factory Effex, Engine Ice, Reflex/Streamline, Acerbis, DT1, Hinson, Matrix , RK-Excel, Hexis, Mechanix Wear, ETS Fuel, Gear Custom Products, Projekt, 2Undr, San Diego Powder & Protective Coating, Pit Posse , Safety Kleen , Dream Traxx

 

About Team BTO Sports:Entering the 10th year in professional racing, Team BTO Sports has risen to become one of the prominent race teams in the sport of Motocross. With the addition of Justin Brayton joining teammate Andrew Short, 2015 looks to be the strongest season ever for Team BTO Sports. Combine strong worth ethic with honor and integrity, you have Team BTO Sports.            

Team BTO Sports Phoenix Race Report | Supercross 2015

January 13th, 2015

Camarillo, CA (Jan.12, 2015) – Team BTO Sports headed to the southwest city of Phoenix, AZ for round two of the 2015 Monster Energy Supercross Series at Chase Field. Riders Andrew Short and Justin Brayton came in to the weekend feeling strong and ready to charge through the field Saturday night.
Andrew Short came in to Phoenix with confidence, as he posted the 15th fastest time of the day. He would make the main through a spirited ride, where he worked his way up through the field to finish 3rd in the first semi race. In the main event, Short rocketed out of the gate thanks to his KTM Factory Services motor and FMF Racing 4.1RCT exhaust system, rounding the first turn with a top seven start. He would battle all race inside the top ten and by the checkered flag finish a strong 7th place.

 

Andrew Short - Phoenix Supercross 2015

Andrew Short rode solid at Phoenix. Photos: DocWeedon

“I felt awesome tonight” said Short of his night. “I rode a solid 20 laps out there, so I am pumped. This season is starting out great and I feel really comfortable on the new bike. ”
Justin Brayton felt strong coming in to Phoenix and found the fast line around the track during afternoon practice, posting the 13th fastest time of the day. Brayton would use that knowledge in his heat race where his WPS Factory Services suspension enabled him to and take control of
the track, battling hard for a 4th place finish and a spot in the main event. He would start and battle inside the top ten in the main event for ten laps. After a couple of mistakes, Brayton would get back in the groove to finish 15th at the checkered flag.

Justin Brayton - Phoenix Supercross 2015

Justin Brayton battled all night.

“I felt fast tonight” said Brayton. “We will regroup, put in the work this week and come out strong next weekend at A2.”

 

For more information on the BTO Sports-KTM-WPS race team, visit www.btosportsracing.com
Follow and share the team on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook: @teambtosports

 

Thank you to the BTO Sports-KTM-WPS 2015 team sponsors:
BTOSports.com , KTM.com , Wps-inc.comPalmettomotorsports.com

BTO Sports, KTM, WPS, KTM Factory Services, Palmetto Motorsports, FLY Racing, FMF Racing, Bel-Ray, Bubba Burger, Pirelli, Alpinestars, ODI, Scott, Galfer, Talon, Dubya, ISAW Action Cameras, WP Factory Service, Factory Effex, Engine Ice, Reflex/Streamline, Acerbis, DT1, Hinson, Matrix , RK-Excel, Hexis, Mechanix Wear, ETS Fuel, Gear Custom Products, Projekt, 2Undr, San Diego Powder & Protective Coating, Pit Posse , Safety Kleen , Dream Traxx

Fly Racing 2015 Lite Hydrogen Gear | Product Spotlight

January 12th, 2015

Pro Designed Lite Hydrogen Gear for Everyone

When you think of high quality motocross gear, Fly Racing usually comes up at the front of people’s mind. Being the number 1 choice for riders such as Andrew Short, Trey Canard, Justin Brayton, Weston Peick and handful of other top riders over the past couple season, Fly has risen to be the gear that other manufacturer’s strive to be.   For 2015, Fly has re-designed and  totally upped the bar with their new Lite Hydrogen gear set.

Designed in cooperation with Andrew Short and Trey Canard, the Lite Hydrogen gear incorporates a true lightweight, non-restrictive design with minimalist styling. What you get is a gear combo that is no-nonsense yet highly durable to endure racing every weekend. Less weight and exceptional performance means this race ready motocross gear combo will help reduce fatigue and keep you cooler when you ride.A True Professional gear that outperforms the competition, the Fly Lite Hydrogen year is pro quality gear for everyone.

 


Fly Lite Hydrogen Gear Jersey

Jersey:

The multi-panel construction makes the Fly Lite Hydrogen jersey highly durable and comfortable as you ride. A low profile multi-directional mesh collar increases airflow and allows for rider comfort on long rides. The open zero-cuff design helps reduce arm pump while increasing airflow to the riders arms and ventilated mesh panels integrated in to the jersey in strategic areas help regulate body temperature. The high quality sublimated graphics make this gear look factory without fading over time. Read More »