RYAN SIPES CHOOSES SUNSTAR FOR 2014 GNCC SEASON

 
(2/9/2014)

 

 

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(Franklin, OH) Sunstar Announces ……..

 

 

Sipes Chooses Sunstar for 2014 Season

 

The long time factory level professional MX/SX rider is choosing to go the GNCC & off road route for 2014 & will be running Sunstar sprockets & chains in his inaugural off road season.  After a long successful career in mx riding for teams like the Star Yamaha & Rockstar Suzuki factory supported teams, Ryan will be a force in the XC1 throughout this year’s GNCC season aboard a KTM 450XC-F.  We may also see him at some of the eastern rounds of the outdoor MX schedule as well.

 

“I have used Sunstar at different times throughout my career depending on team sponsors, etc & when I had a chance to select my drive components on my own, I went with a company that I knew is a big supporter of racing & provides the best quality of sprockets & chains” said Ryan about using Sunstar.

 

Sipes will be using Sunstar’s top of the line off road drive components: the Works Z stainless steel rear sprocket, Powerdrive countershaft sprocket & 520XTG TripleGuard sealed ring chain.  This is the same setup that will be used by other top contenders in the off road world in 2014 like Thad Duvall, Takeshi Koikeda, Scott Grills, Robby Norwood, Shane O’banion and many others!

 


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