BOBBY BONDS IS BACK!

 
(1/16/2014)
 BOBBY BONDS IS BACK!

Bondo circa 2010 on our KX450F test machine

 Bobby Bonds, the former 2008 WORCS Champion returns this coming weekend to round 1 of the 2014 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC WORCS series presented by Dirt Bike magazine. Bonds missed the entire 2013 season due to a pre-season injury sustained while testing for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series. Bobby is returning to WORCS for the first time since 2011. He is will be aboard his R&D/Maxxis/Motosport Hillsboro backed 2014 Kawasaki KX450F. Long time friend and team owner- Robert Hale helped to put together the program and helped lift it off the ground again in order to support Bobby as he goes for his second WORCS title.

Bobby at the 2008 Honolulu Hills (Taft) WORCS race

"I'm definitely excited to be back in the WORCS series this year. I have a strong program and it came together earlier than normal for me. Robert & Donna with R&D Motorsports & Maxxis really stepped up and came on board again this year as well as all of my other sponsors:
Along with the WORCS series, Bonds will participate in 4-5 select AMA Outdoor nationals as well. Look for the familiar #129 this weekend on the gate at Round 1 out in California.
Bonds would like to thank his new & continued long time sponsors: R&D Motorsports, DTI Trucking, FMF Racing, FLY Racing, Hinson Clutch Components, IMS Tanks, FLEXX Handlebars, Motosport Hillsboro, Works Connection, ODI Grips, Gaerne Boots, Mika, TBT Suspension, MGX Graphics, DT1 Air Filters, JE Burke & JR Publications.


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