Sponsored_300Many riders dream of being sponsored – it’s like getting paid to endorse your favorite products, while doing what you love – riding!  Here at Galfer, we love supporting talented riders and provide sponsorships for many.

Currently, Galfer USA sponsors 238 amateur riders for 2014 and over 25 pro teams for Supercross, Motocross and Roadracing.  You are probably wondering how they choose their riders. According to Robert Davila, “A lot of people don’t realize this, but sponsorship does not rely solely on race results. A sponsorship deal is a relationship between racer and brand, and we look for athletes that make an effort to actively promote their sponsors, whether that be at races and events or on social media.”

Each year Galfer receives a lot of applications from all kinds of riders. “Believe it or not, I read every resume and double check race results. This helps me place them and shows me if they are promoting their current sponsors year-round.”  Sponsorship deals take many shapes and sizes, so riders of all ages, skill levels and race series are encouraged to apply. Interested parties should send their race résumé to Robert@GalferUSA.com.

The 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross season concluded on Saturday with round 12, and the series finale was also its debut at Miller Motorsports Park near Salt Lake City, Utah. Andrew Short set the pace for Galfer USA riders, finishing seventh overall for the day and sixth in the 450 championship.

450 Class

The top Galfer USA rider in the 450 class was BTO Sports KTM’s Andrew Short, who finished sixth and 12th in his motos to end the day in seventh. The finish rounds out a remarkably consistent season for Short, who has finished seventh or better for ten consecutive rounds on his No. 29 KTM 450 SX-F. Short ended the season with sixth in points.

Andrew Short, No. 29 (Photo from BTO Sports KTM)

Andrew Short, No. 29 (Photo from BTO Sports KTM)

Justin Brayton claimed tenth on his No. 10 JGRMX Yamaha YZ450F thanks to his moto finishes of 12th and eighth. His teammate Josh Grant got a great start to the day, taking fifth in moto one on board the No. 33 Yamaha. Unfortunately, he injured his shoulder during the first race, and had to sit out moto two. Grant wound up with an overall spot of 12th and rounded out the 2014 season with eighth in points.

Ryan Sipes, No. 36 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Ryan Sipes, No. 36 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Rockstar Energy’s Ryan Sipes put in the best 450 performance on the day for Galfer. His ninth and sixth place motos earned him the overall sixth position in Utah. Breaking away from his normal GNCC Racing season for a few events, Sipes put up some impressive results including a podium appearance in Indiana. He will conclude the GNCC season this fall, where he currently sits in tenth in the Pro MX1 class standings.

250 Class

Joey Savatgy notched his fifth-consecutive top ten in the 250 season finale. He had a consistent day on the No. 43 Rockstar Energy Racing KTM 250 SX-F, finishing eighth and seventh in his motos to score seventh overall. He also snagged yet another Motosport.com Holeshot Award, beating the field off the line in moto two.

Joey Savatgy, No. 43 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Joey Savatgy, No. 43 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Rockstar Energy Racing’s Jason Anderson had a very different day. After riding his No. 17 KTM to 15th in moto one, a disappointing result in moto two put him at just 17th for the round. Nevertheless, Anderson finished the season with the seventh spot in points.

Jason Anderson, No. 17 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Jason Anderson, No. 17 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

From Supercross to the trail, Galfer USA distributes the full range of Galfer off-road brake components. Galfer’s wave rotors, brake pads and brake lines provide more consistent, predictable braking and increased modulation, giving all riders a competitive edge when it comes to stopping like a pro. Keep up with Galfer USA atfacebook.com/GalferUSA and follow@GalferUSA on Twitter and Instagram.

 

450 Class Results

1. Trey Canard (1-1)
2. Ryan Dungey (2-2)
3. Eli Tomac (4-3)
4. Ken Roczen (3-4)
5. Brett Metcalfe (7-5)
6. Ryan Sipes (9-6)
7. Andrew Short (6-12)
8. Fredrik Noren (10-9)
9. Weston Peick (13-7)
10. Justin Brayton (12-8)
450 Class Points

1. Ken Roczen, 532
2. Ryan Dungey, 518
3. Trey Canard, 468
4. Brett Metcalfe, 334
5. Eli Tomac, 319
6. Andrew Short, 302
7. Weston Peick, 290
8. Josh Grant, 259
9. James Stewart, 226
10. Fredrik Noren, 207

250 Class Results

1. Jeremy Martin (1-1)
2. Blake Baggett (3-3)
3. Cooper Webb (2-4)
4. Justin Bogle (6-2)
5. Marvin Musquin (4-5)
6. Chris Alldredge (5-8)
7. Joey Savatgy (8-7)
8. Dean Wilson (10-6)
9. Zach Osborne (7-9)
10. R.J. Hampshire (9-11)
250 Class Points

1. Jeremy Martin, 500
2. Blake Baggett, 421
3. Cooper Webb, 419
4. Marvin Musquin, 408
5. Justin Bogle, 368
6. Christophe Pourcel, 355
7. Jason Anderson, 276
8. Cole Seely, 260
9. Jessy Nelson, 252
10. Dean Wilson, 230

NicholeWheeler1Galfer USA is happy to welcome Nichole Wheeler to the team. Nichole joined us a month ago in the role of Sales Support. She receives orders, creates invoices and ensures that all of the inventory gets to the warehouse.

Nichole grew up around motorcycles. She rode on the back of a Harley-Davidson at five years old, and that has turned into a lifelong passion for Harleys – a passion that was definitely guided by her family, who share her enthusiasm for the brand. Right now, Nichole is riding a Yamaha TTR 125, and she plans to work her way up to her own Harley in the future.

Nichole’s other passionate pursuit is a far cry from motorcycles: she is also a hairdresser. She loves it so much that she is still working with clients in the evenings so she can stay involved.

Welcome Nichole to the Galfer USA team by emailing her at dealerorders@galferusa.com.

RacecraftersScreenshotWhen Racecrafters USA says that they are motorcycle and ATV experts, they aren’t just making up something for the sake of marketing. The Frazier, California, shop has been around for over four decades, providing parts and accessories for everyone from racers to weekend riders.

President Lyn Abrams says, “We know the industry really well. We know the bikes, we know the products. It’s a lot of knowledge about motorcycling in general.”

Racecrafters USA has been through a lot of changes over the years, but the core principals of providing great prices and great selection have never wavered. Lyn was there when the company started in the early 1970s. Eventually, he sold the shop and the name was changed. Five years ago, though, both Lyn and the Racecrafters USA name returned.

These days, Racecrafters USA is about choices: customers can buy in-store or online, there are hundreds of brands available, and the shop has parts and accessories for motorcycles, ATVs and UTVs.

The shop is located near the popular offroad spot Hungry Valley in Gorman, California, and street riders come by on their way to great roads for canyon carving. That means Racecrafters USA has a lot of regular customers who stop in each weekend.

You can check out Racecrafters USAonline or call them at (888) 406-1844. They offer competitive pricing, package deals and, of course, the full range of Galfer brake components.

The GSX-R family of Suzuki sportbikes has an enduring popularity thanks to their performance on both the track and the street, and Galfer has been producing steel-braided brake lines for them for many years. Now, Galfer USA is stocking brake lines for the 2014 Suzuki GSX-R600, 750 and 1000.

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From professional and amateur racers to street enthusiasts who insist on the best equipment, Galfer brake lines offer durability and predictability for consistent, smooth braking. The steel-braided lines prevent brake fade, even under hard braking conditions. Installation is easy, and each line comes with pre-positioned banjo fittings. For GSX-R riders who prefer a custom look, Galfer USA has a wide range of colors in stock, too.

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The 2014 Suzuki GSX-R brake lines include a front 2-line kit, with retail pricing beginning at $100, and a front GP 3-line kit, which is priced from $130. The GP kit features a clear line with blue banjos and red bolts. The rear line’s retail pricing begins at $55. A front OEM 2-line kit is also available for the GSX-R1000.

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2014 Suzuki GSX-R600 and 750

D765-2: Front 2-Line Kit

D765GP: Front GP 3-Line Kit

D765R: Rear Line

2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000

D773-2: Front 2-Line Kit

D773OEM: Front OEM 2-Line Kit (Crossover Kit)

D773GP: Front GP 3-Line Kit

D700R: Rear Line

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To learn more about Galfer’s performance braking systems, visit GalferUSA.com. Keep up with Galfer USA atfacebook.com/GalferUSA and follow@GalferUSA on Twitter and Instagram.

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The penultimate round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series got underway on Saturday, with the riders taking to a very soggy track in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Despite the conditions, the Indiana National was a great day for Galfer USA riders: Rockstar Energy Racing’s Ryan Sipes took a 450 moto podium and fourth overall, BTO Sports KTM’s Andrew Short earned yet another top five in 450, and Rockstar Energy’s Joey Savatgy had a season-best second in 250.

450

Galfer rider Ryan Sipes has been competing in GNCC racing this year, and while the series is on summer break Sipes is representing Rockstar Energy KTM in the 450 Motocross ranks. Following an 11th place overall at Unadilla, Sipes fought through the Indiana mud for a come-from-behind tenth place finish in the first moto. Riding the momentum of his late-race surge, Sipes put in an impressive second moto and grabbed a third place finish, good enough for fourth overall on the day on his No. 39 KTM 450 SX-F. Sipes will finish out the Motocross season with Rockstar Energy KTM before returning to GNCC competition in September.

Ryan Sipes, No. 39 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Ryan Sipes, No. 39 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Andrew Short’s fifth-place result was the third time he has finished in that spot this season. He rode his No. 29 BTO Sports KTM 450 SX-F to eighth in moto one, and remained near the front in moto two to take fourth.

Andrew Short, No. 29 (Photo from BTO Sports KTM)

Andrew Short, No. 29 (Photo from BTO Sports KTM)

JGRMX’s Josh Grant was back in action after missing two rounds due to injury. He jumped in like he had not missed any time, finishing eighth on the No. 33 Yamaha YZ450F after collecting 12th and fifth in the two motos.

Matt Goerke broke into the top ten for the first time in three races, finishing tenth on his No. 44 BTO Sports KTM 450 SX-F. Goerke was sixth in moto one and 11th in moto two.

250

Rockstar Energy Racing’s Joey Savatgy had an outstanding day in the 250 class. In addition to achieving his highest overall finish so far, he also earned his first moto podium of the season. Savatgy was fourth in moto one on his No. 43 KTM 250 SX-F, and he bettered that by finishing third in moto two. The top finishes gave Savatgy an overall finish of second.

Joey Savatgy, No. 43 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Joey Savatgy, No. 43 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

After two disappointing rounds, Jason Anderson was finally in the top ten again on his No. 17 Rockstar Energy Racing KTM 250 SX-F. He was fifth and tenth in his motos, ending the day with ninth overall.

Jason Anderson, No. 17 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Jason Anderson, No. 17 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

From Supercross to the trail, Galfer USA distributes the full range of Galfer off-road brake components. Galfer’s wave rotors, brake pads and brake lines provide more consistent, predictable braking and increased modulation, giving all riders a competitive edge when it comes to stopping like a pro. Keep up with Galfer USA atfacebook.com/GalferUSA and follow@GalferUSA on Twitter and Instagram.

 

450 Class Results

1. Ken Roczen (1-2)
2. Trey Canard (3-1)
3. Ryan Dungey (2-9)
4. Ryan Sipes (10-3)
5. Andrew Short (8-4)
6. Chad Reed (7-6)
7. Eli Tomac (4-10)
8. Josh Grant (12-5)
9. Fredrik Noren (9-8)
10. Matt Goerke (6-11)


450 Class Points

1. Ken Roczen, 494
2. Ryan Dungey, 474
3. Trey Canard, 418
4. Brett Metcalfe, 304
5. Eli Tomac, 281
6. Andrew Short, 278
7. Weston Peick, 268
8. Josh Grant, 243
9. James Stewart, 226
10. Chad Reed, 185

250 Class Results

1. Marvin Musquin (3-1)
2. Joey Savatgy (4-3)
3. Jessy Nelson (1-8)
4. Christophe Pourcel (9-2)
5. Cooper Webb (6-5)
6. Dean Wilson (8-6)
7. Alex Martin (7-7)
8. Jeremy Martin (2-15)
9. Jason Anderson (5-10)
10. Blake Baggett (14-4)


250 Class Points

1. Jeremy Martin, 450
2. Blake Baggett, 381
3. Cooper Webb, 379
4. Marvin Musquin, 374
5. Christophe Pourcel, 355
6. Justin Bogle, 331
7. Jason Anderson, 270
8. Cole Seely, 244
9. Jessy Nelson, 238
10. Dean Wilson, 204

The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross season is already entering the final rounds, but Galfer USA riders continue to hold strong against the competition. During Saturday’s round ten at Unadilla in New York, JGRMX’s Justin Brayton was the top Galfer rider as he scored a season-best fifth. In the 250 class, Rockstar Energy Racing’s Joey Savatgy continued his top-ten streak.

450 Class

JGRMX’s Justin Brayton had to sit out the early part of the Pro Motocross season due to injury, but since his return at round five, the rider of the No. 10 Yamaha YZ450F has been improving steadily. Unadilla saw Brayton earn his best finish yet: he was fifth after collecting sixth and seventh in his motos. To make it even better, Brayton earned the Motosport.com Holeshot Award in both of his motos, making it four races in a row that he has led the field off the line.

Brayton’s teammate Josh Grant is still sitting on the sidelines after a crash in practice at Washougal, but Phil Nicoletti represented JGRMX in his stead, finishing seventh and ninth in his motos for a final result of eighth. Nicoletti rides the No. 38 Yamaha.

 Andrew Short, No. 29 (Photo from BTO Sports KTM)


Andrew Short, No. 29 (Photo from BTO Sports KTM)

Over in the BTO Sports KTM camp, Andrew Short was the top rider with sixth for the day, after taking fifth and eighth in the two motos on board his No. 29 KTM 450 SX-F. Matt Goerke, riding the No. 44 KTM, started the day well with ninth, but a bad finish in moto two meant he had to settle for 16th overall.

250 Class

Rockstar Energy Racing’s Joey Savatgy has been on a roll lately, and Unadilla marked the third weekend in a row in which the rider of the No. 43 KTM 250 SX-F has finished inside the top ten in both of his motos. At Unadilla, Savatgy collected a pair of ninths, which put him at seventh overall for the day.

Joey Savatgy, No. 43 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Joey Savatgy, No. 43 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Jason Anderson, on the No. 17 Rockstar Energy Racing KTM, had an uncharacteristically bad day. Anderson’s top finish was 14th in moto two, and he ended the day 19th overall.

Jason Anderson, No. 17 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Jason Anderson, No. 17 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Moto Concepts rider Kyle Cunningham had a similar result on his No. 30 Honda CRF 250. After finishing 14th in the first moto, Cunningham had a disappointing follow-up, and he wound up 20th for the day.

From Supercross to the trail, Galfer USA distributes the full range of Galfer off-road brake components. Galfer’s wave rotors, brake pads and brake lines provide more consistent, predictable braking and increased modulation, giving all riders a competitive edge when it comes to stopping like a pro. Keep up with Galfer USA atfacebook.com/GalferUSA and follow@GalferUSA on Twitter and Instagram.

 

450 Class Results

1. Ryan Dungey (1-2)
2. Trey Canard (4-1)
3. Eli Tomac (3-3)
4. Ken Roczen (2-4)
5. Justin Brayton (6-7)
6. Andrew Short (5-8)
7. Weston Peick (10-5)
8. Phil Nicoletti (7-9)
9. Brett Metcalfe (12-6)
10. Fredrik Noren (8-10)

 
450 Class Points

1. Ken Roczen, 447
2. Ryan Dungey, 440
3. Trey Canard, 373
4. Brett Metcalfe, 280
5. Eli Tomac, 252
6. Andrew Short, 247
7. Weston Peick, 244
8. James Stewart, 226
9. Josh Grant, 218
10. Fredrik Noren, 159

250 Class Results

1. Christophe Pourcel (1-2)
2. Jeremy Martin (3-1)
3. Marvin Musquin (2-5)
4. Justin Bogle (5-3)
5. Blake Baggett (6-4)
6. Dean Wilson (4-6)
7. Joey Savatgy (9-9)
8. Chris Alldredge (13-8)
9. Alex Martin (12-10)
10. Shane McElrath (10-13)

 
250 Class Points

1. Jeremy Martin, 422
2. Blake Baggett, 356
3. Cooper Webb, 348
4. Marvin Musquin, 329
5. Christophe Pourcel, 321
6. Justin Bogle, 310
7. Jason Anderson, 243
8. Cole Seely, 225
9. Jessy Nelson, 200
10. Dean Wilson, 176

The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross riders returned to the West Coast on Saturday for round nine in Washougal, Washington. JGRMX rider Justin Brayton proved how good is he out of the gate by claiming the Holeshot Award in both motos. Meanwhile, BTO Sports KTM’s Andrew Short was the highest-finishing Galfer USA rider, taking fifth in the 450 class.

450 Class

JGRMX suffered an early setback when Josh Grant crashed in the second practice session. The medical staff advised him not to compete, leaving Justin Brayton to carry the team’s banner in the races. Brayton got an outstanding start in both motos, earning the Motosport.com Holeshot Award twice in one day on his No. 10 Yamaha YZ450F. Brayton was unable to hold onto the lead, eventually finishing eighth in both races. He concluded the day with ninth overall.

Andrew Short finished fifth after earning sixth and fifth in his motos on the No. 29 BTO Sports KTM 450 SX-F. It is Short’s third fifth-place finish of the season, and the spot remains his highest to date.

Andrew Short, No. 29 (Photo from BTO Sports KTM)

Andrew Short, No. 29 (Photo from BTO Sports KTM)

Matt Goerke, on his No. 44 BTO Sports KTM, ended up with 14th after earning 12th and 17th in his motos.

250 Class

Rockstar Energy Racing had some 250 success thanks to Joey Savatgy, who was sixth for the day on the No. 43 KTM 250 SX-F. Savatgy earned the spot after finishing sixth and seventh in his motos.

Joey Savatgy, No. 43 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Joey Savatgy, No. 43 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Unfortunately, the day turned out very differently for points contender and Rockstar teammate Jason Anderson. He was challenging for third in the first moto when a big crash on the No. 17 KTM dropped him out of contention.

Jason Anderson, No. 17 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

Jason Anderson, No. 17 (Photo from Rockstar Energy KTM)

From Supercross to the trail, Galfer USA distributes the full range of Galfer off-road brake components. Galfer’s wave rotors, brake pads and brake lines provide more consistent, predictable braking and increased modulation, giving all riders a competitive edge when it comes to stopping like a pro. Keep up with Galfer USA atfacebook.com/GalferUSA and follow@GalferUSA on Twitter and Instagram.

 

450 Class Results

1. Ryan Dungey (1-1)
2. Eli Tomac (2-2)
3. Ken Roczen (3-3)
4. Brett Metcalfe (5-4)
5. Andrew Short (6-5)
6. Weston Peick (7-6)
7. Trey Canard (4-11)
8. Fredrik Noren (9-7)
9. Justin Brayton (8-8)
10. Christian Craig (10-12)

450 Class Points

1. Ken Roczen, 407
2. Ryan Dungey, 393
3. Trey Canard, 330
4. Brett Metcalfe, 256
5. James Stewart, 226
6. Josh Grant, 218
7. Andrew Short, 218
8. Weston Peick, 217
9. Eli Tomac, 212
10. Chad Reed, 156

250 Class Results

1. Marvin Musquin (1-1)
2. Blake Baggett (5-2)
3. Jeremy Martin (4-4)
4. Cooper Webb (3-5)
5. Justin Bogle (7-3)
6. Joey Savatgy (6-7)
7. Dean Wilson (8-6)
8. Christophe Pourcel (2-15)
9. Cole Seely (9-9)
10. Jessy Nelson (11-10)

250 Class Points

1. Jeremy Martin, 377
2. Cooper Webb, 334
3. Blake Baggett, 323
4. Marvin Musquin, 291
5. Justin Bogle, 274
6. Christophe Pourcel, 274
7. Jason Anderson, 236
8. Cole Seely, 212
9. Jessy Nelson, 185
10. Alex Martin, 156

Galfer USA now has steel-braided brake and clutch lines available for the 2014 Ducati 1199 Panigale. Galfer’s brake and clutch lines are engineered to improve feel and performance and are a valuable upgrade to any motorcycle.

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The Panigale features the most powerful twin-cylinder production engine on the market, and that kind of acceleration needs brake lines that are up to the task of getting the bike slowed down. Galfer’s steel-braided lines prevent brake fade, meaning that they offer consistency and reliability, every single time the brake lever is engaged. Steel-braided clutch lines ensure that shifting is smooth and consistent, and the steel adds a layer of protection.

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Each Galfer brake and clutch line is made in the USA and comes with a lifetime warranty. The kits include new banjo fittings and bolts, and there are 11 brake line color options for those who want to add a some custom style to their motorcycle. DOT kits are available for riders whose local laws require plastic boots at each end of the line.

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The pre-positioned banjo fittings make installation easy, and they can be adjusted if necessary. Most kits include labels on the lines to help identify which end goes where: something not found with any other manufacturer.

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Galfer Brake and Clutch Lines for the 2014 Ducati 1199 Panigale

Front 2-line kit, $100 and up (D800-2)
Front OEM line kit, $100 and up (D800OEM)
Rear line, $55 and up (D800R)
Clutch line, $60 and up (D800CL)

To learn more about Galfer’s performance braking systems, visit GalferUSA.com. Keep up with Galfer USA atfacebook.com/GalferUSA and follow@GalferUSA on Twitter and Instagram.

Rain at Mid-Ohio meant that all of the racing for round five of the AMA Pro Road Racing season was fit in on Sunday, July 20. Galfer USA came away from the day of double-header racing with a win thanks to Apex Racing’s Jason DiSalvo, who won the second Daytona SportBike race.

SuperBike

In the SuperBike class, Chris Fillmore had his best weekend so far. He matched his previous best finish of fifth in race one, then bettered it by crossing the line fourth in race two. Fillmore competes on the No. 11 KTM/HMC KTM RC8R.

GEICO Motorcycle Honda’s Chris Ulrich held steady to earn two top-ten finishes. He was ninth and eighth on the No. 18 Honda CBR1000RR.

Chris Ulrich, No. 18

Chris Ulrich, No. 18

Daytona SportBike

Jason DiSalvo was the top Galfer USA rider at Mid-Ohio. After finishing seventh in the first Daytona SportBike race, he came back to win the second race by just 0.638 seconds. The race was shortened by a red flag, but not before DiSalvo got out front on his No. 40 Apex Racing Triumph Daytona 675.

Jake Gagne led much of race one, but he was passed on the last lap, crossing the line an incredibly narrow 0.125 seconds behind the winner. Gagne finished second in race two, also, on board his Galfer-equipped No. 32 Red Bull/RoadRace Factory Yamaha YZF-R6. The double podium put Gagne into the Daytona Sportbike points lead.

Dane Westby had a solid day, finishing fifth and 10th on the No. 00 Yamalube/Westby Racing R6. Bobby Fong also broke into the top five, taking eighth and fifth on the No. 50 Latus Motorsports Triumph Daytona 675. Blake Young, riding the No. 79 GN Gonzales Racing R6, finished ninth and sixth. GEICO Motorcycle Road Racing’s Jake Zemke finished 10th in race one aboard his No. 98 Honda CBR600RR.

Jake Zemke, No. 98

Jake Zemke, No. 98

SuperSport

In the SuperSport class, three Galfer USA riders left Mid-Ohio with two top tens. Celtic Racing’s Wyatt Farris stood on the podium in race one, finishing third on his No. 19 Suzuki GSX-R600. He then finished fifth in race two.

DeKeyrel Racing’s Kaleb DeKeyrel finished sixth in race one on his No. 51 Yamaha YZF-R6. He did even better in race two, finishing fourth. Jason Aguilar gave Tuned Racing a ninth and a sixth on his No. 96 R6.

From the track to the street, Galfer USA distributes the full range of Galfer brake components. Galfer’s wave rotors, brake pads and brake lines provide more consistent, predictable braking and increased modulation, giving all riders a competitive edge when it comes to stopping like a pro. Keep up with Galfer USA atfacebook.com/GalferUSA and follow@GalferUSA on Twitter and Instagram.