Thor/Parts Unlimited: What’s New and What’s Next?



The final West Coast stop for Thor TV is upon us.  This weekend in San Francisco, Thor will be hosting the third edition of the supercross pit’s newest sensation.  In case you missed Thor TV from Anaheim II, be sure to check out to see the expanded coverage.  Featured guests from Anaheim II included Greg Albertyn, Bruce Stjernstrom, and David Vuillemin.  Thor TV will resume when the Monster Energy Supercross circuit heads east, with the first stop in Atlanta, followed by Dallas and Jacksonville.

In addition to Thor TV, there is more news to discuss.  Thor MX is now on Facebook.  Be sure to log on and become a fan of “Thor MX – Official Page” to access the most up-to-date news, product information, and media involving Thor.  In addition to the creation of our Facebook page, Thor is now on YouTube. You can follow the channel by searching and subscribing to “ThorMXOfficial”.

On the track there is much to be excited about.  Thor-sponsored Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider Jake Weimer is setting the pace in the Lites class.  His three wins to begin the season put him well atop the standings and Jake does not appear ready to slow down.  In the premier Supercross class, Ryan Villopoto is well positioned to make a run at the title as the series heads north where the weekend conditions will be similar to those he experienced growing up in the Pacific Northwest.

Finally, some off the track updates that will be coming soon from Thor MX include exclusive coverage from the V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati, the 2010 Dealer Expo in Indianapolis, Bike Week in Daytona, and many others.  Stay tuned and check back frequently as there will be some exclusive opportunities becoming available in the coming weeks.

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