THINK Welcomes Factory HondaThursday, May 16, 2013 | 4:35 PM
Corona, California - THINK! Technology is proud to announce the addition of Factory Honda to their growing list of Family Members.
Beginning this weekend at the opening round of the AMA National Motocross series in Sacramento, California, Factory Honda riders Justin Barcia and Trey Canard will be using THINK! ‘Lite’ Seat Foam and THINK! ‘Quiet’ Sound Foam on their motorcycles and the Factory Honda Crew will be using THINK! ‘Travel’ Engine Cases to transport their rider’s engines back and forth between Factory Honda’s Race Shop and each respective race.
Look for the addition of the THINK! Technology logo on Barcia and Canard’s bikes this weekend, as well on Chad Reed, Broc Tickle and Nico Izzi’s bikes too! Not to mention all of those Teams and Racers who throughout the Pits who have purchased them.
THINK! Technology was launched on November 1, 2012 to create technologically advanced products for motorcycles using leading edge materials and processes. THINK! ‘Lite’ Seat Foam saves up to 1.6 pounds of weight (depending on make and model) from just the seat foam alone!
Throughout the 2013 AMA Supercross season, Racers using THINK! ‘Lite’ Seat Foam earned no less than 26 Podium and 79 top 10 finishes, and that was just in our first five months of business. The list of racers using THINK! ‘Lite’ Seat Foam is growing rapidly every day. Don’t be that lonely racer who doesn’t have one!!!
In addition to THINK! ‘Lite’ Seat Foam, other THINK! products include: THINK! ‘Lite’ Seat Covers, THINK! ‘Quiet’ Sound Foam, THINK! ‘Travel’ Engine Cases, and the soon to be released line of THINK! ‘Lite’ and THINK! ‘Air’ Seat Bases, as well as THINK! ‘Cool’ Fork Guards, both of which are U.S. Patent Pending.
For more information regarding THINK! Technology and their growing line of products, please find us at
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