NIHILO CONCEPTS JASON ANDERSON WINS PHOENIX SUPERCROSS

 
(1/13/2014)

Nihilo Concepts Hole Shot Strap doing its thing!

Congrats to Nihilo Rider Jason Anderson on his solid performance this weekend.

 Nihilo Concepts rider, Jason Anderson, grabs another 1st place this past week in Phoenix, AZ. Anderson rode a phenomenal race, making a last minute pass on Cole Seely, taking the win!     
 
Please visit www.nihiloconcepts.com for more information on this and all Nihilo Concepts products.

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About Nihilo Concepts:  

The name Nihilo comes from the Latin EX-NIHILO meaning "Something from Nothing" At Nihilo we create products every day from a raw piece of aluminum-Something from Nothing. We focus on developing parts that are not available anywhere else. Nihilo Produces parts for the full line of KTM's as well as other top brands. We focus on KTM because of our relationship with the brand and our ability to test and see the machines first hand under race conditions.

 

Many of the parts made by Nihilo can be found on the new line of KTM SXS race ready bikes. We are also a proud sponsor of the Orange Brigade and work with the KTM Off Road and Motocross teams in the US and Canada. These relationships give us the ability to be the leader in aftermarket products for the brand. You will find Nihilo Concepts parts on the fastest KTM riders throughout the world.


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