Fly Racing’s Andrew Short, Cole Siebler, Jason Thomas and Jiri dostal all recently made the trip overseas to Sweden for the Duells Supercross. After the long trip Fly Riders emerged on top of their game, riding their way to more great results.
Team Red Bull Honda’s Andrew Short finished 2nd overall after a get off earlier in the night which resulted in him being bruised and battered and forcing him to go to the LCQ. Andrew Short stated, “I had fun racing and meeting new people in an all new atmosphere and being able to come home safe and healthy.”
Team Moto Concepts Cole Siebler put together another great ride finishing right behind Short for 3rd Overall.
Team DNA/BTO Sports/BBMX rider Jason Thomas was on pace for a great ride as well but another rider crashed in front of him forcing him to settle for 8th overall. Privateer Jiri Dostal rounded out the evening with a 13th Overall.
Established in 1996, Fly Racing began as a manufacturer of motorcycle handlebars and helmets and has quickly developed into one of the fastest growing off road riding apparel and hard part brands. Fly Racing develops high-quality products for the competitive and demanding North American market and is distributed in 40+ countries.
Fly Racing products are distributed in the United States by Western Power Sports (WPS, Inc.). Established in 1959, Western Power Sports is a distributor of power sports parts and accessories with corporate headquarters in Boise, Idaho. With a strong foothold on the power sports market, WPS has warehouses located in Boise, Idaho; Fresno, California; and Memphis, Tennessee. Fly Racing and WPS are here to serve the needs of today’s Powersports enthusiast.