Red Baron Racing Announces It’s New Adjustable Offset Triple ClampsFriday, August 25, 2006 | 7:38 AM
PHOENIX, AZ –August 23, 2006— Red Baron Racing, a company known for high performance minibike parts, has recently added “big bike” performance parts to it’s product lineup.
Red Baron Racing has developed an adjustable steering offset triple clamp for MX/Offroad and Supermoto applications. The new triple clamp features an eccentric steering stem allowing for easy offset adjustment. All clamps will have two different steering offset positions allowing the rider to fine tune the bike’s handling. Other features of Red Baron Racing’s triple clamps include, 4 different bar positions, 6061 aluminum clamps with 7075 aluminum steering stems and stainless steel hardware.
Red Baron Racing riders David Pingree and Steve Hatch played a significant role in the development and testing of the new clamps. David Pingree commented, “We put in the time testing before the season and the bottom line is, that the best offset for Supermoto is between 12mm and 14mm. Period. The really hard part is finding a clamp in that offset range. Red Baron has made a high-quality clamp that we’ve had success with during the 2006 AMA Supermoto Series”.
The first clamp to be released is the KTM Supermoto Adjustable Offset Clamp. The Honda and Yamaha Supermoto Clamp will be released in September 2006, with the MX/Offroad style clamps soon after. Prices start at $379.95 per set. Visit their website at www.redbaronracing.net for more details and for more big bike products to come.
Red Baron Racing is a manufacturer and distributor of high quality after market performance parts. The company is highly involved in Mini Bike, Supermoto, and Off-Road Racing. They have a large Dealer network in the USA and several distributors worldwide. The company is located in Phoenix, AZ and has been in business since 2002.
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