Stillwell Performance Riders at X GamesThursday, June 28, 2012 | 2:45 PM
Seven Stillwell Performance Supported Riders Competing at X Games Enduro X
Seven riders competing on Stillwell Performance tuned suspension will compete this Sunday night at the premier event in the EnduroCross Series, the X Games EnduroX event in Los Angeles, CA.
Factory Husqvarna will bring riders Kyle Redmond and Cory Graffunder to EnduroX. Redmond is coming off an injury and did not compete at the last round, while Graffunder took a well-deserved 4th in Sacramento and is currently tied for 5th in the series points.
Factory Beta/Stillwell Performance Racing will be represented with National #5 Cody Webb who sits tied for 5th in the series, as well as Max Gerston who leads the 2012 MAVTV Junior Championship after two rounds.
In the Women’s division, SP rider Louise Forsley takes the momentum from her victory at round two of the EnduroCross Series into her first X Games competition where she is one of the favorites for Gold. Longtime Stillwell supported rider and multi-time ISDE Gold Medalist Nicole “Nic Chick” Bradford--who at 40 years old can still race with the teenagers--earned a well deserved spot in the lineup for Sunday.
Stillwell Performance supported privateer Brian Roper is also coming off a win in the Amateur division at the tours last stop in Sacramento and is looking forward to his first-ever X Games.
“We are stoked to have seven supported riders qualified this year. X Games EnduroX is the biggest night for EnduroCross racing and this year looks to have an international star-studded field on the gate. Last year was a hit and I think this year will be even bigger,” commented owner Alan Stillwell.
X Games Enduro X will be broadcast live this Sunday, July 1st starting at 9:00PM EST on ESPN2.
To learn more about Stillwell Performance visit us online at www.stillwellperformance.com.
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