Rekluse Motor Sports Sponsors the AMA/Rekluse National Enduro Series Presented by Moose Racing

Eaton Rapids, Michigan - Rekluse Motor Sports, the leader in hi-performance automatic clutches for motorcycles and ATV’s, has signed a two year deal to be the title sponsor of the AMA/Rekluse National Enduro Series presented by Moose Racing. Rekluse will be on hand at several rounds of the series offering technical advice and demonstration of their products with the “Rekluse Road Show.”

Rekluse president, Al Youngwerth said, “We have worked closely with the NEPG over the past two years and have found that AMA National Enduro Series is a perfect venue to expose our innovative products to our target customer. We are excited to work closely with the NPEG to further grow the National Enduro Series.”

NEPG’s Alan Randt said, “We are working hard to raise the level of the series and Rekluse continues to be a great partner in helping support us in many aspects with the growth and promotion of our series.”

For more information about the NEPG email Alan Randt at For more information as a competitor in the 2009 AMA National Enduro Series email Chuck Weir at

About the NEPG:
The NEPG was formed by a group of Enduro enthusiasts to assist the AMA in promotion and management of the AMA National Enduro Series. Our objective is to work with the riders, clubs and sponsors to raise the level of participation and awareness to Enduro competition.

About the 2009 AMA National Enduro Series:
Enduros are the oldest form of off-road motorcycle competition in the USA. Enduro’s can trace their beginnings back to 1920 and perhaps even earlier and it is still the premier off-road motorcycle competition around the world today. The sport has evolved several times over the years and the newest evolution was designed to meet the needs of today’s motorcyclists. The NEPG is the promotional partner of the AMA National Enduro Championship Series and will work with clubs to build awareness and increase ridership at Enduro’s. Our goal is to make sure that the oldest form of off-road competition will remain strong and viable well into the future.